Susie Hutchison Clinic 


Clinic will be held in the Durango Farms Arena:

Saturday, May 20th

Sunday, May 21st

$150 per group session (6 riders per session, 4 sessions per day)

For sign-up info, please contact:

David Bustillos @ (949) 433-4056 or

Allison LaJoie @ (949) 616-2466

Susan Hutchison began riding at the Flintridge Riding Club with Hall of Famer Jimmy Williams when she was five years old. As a junior, she competed heavily, winning every horseman finals offered on the west coast. At age 18 she became a professional, winning countless championships in both the jumper and hunter rings. She has had a hand in the training of many noteworthy young jumpers, including riders like Olympic medalist Anne Kursinski.

Hutchison’s career in show jumping has been highlighted by more than three dozen Grand Prix wins. She has represented the United States at the World Equestrian Games in Holland, Spruce Meadows in Canada, and six World Cup Finals. She finished 4th in the 1993 World Cup Final and topped the World Cup’s North American West Coast League standings three times.

Hutchison also earned victories at some of the nation’s most prestigious horse shows, winning such events as the Grand Prix of New York at the National Horse Show at Madison Square Garden, and the Los Angeles National Grand Prix.

Hutchison was named the 1989 Mercedes Challenge Series Winner, 1992 American Grandprix Association (AGA) Rider of the Year, and 1993 Leading Rider of the Desert Circuit Series in Indio, CA.

In 1994 she was selected to ride for the U.S. in the show jumping World Championships at the World Equestrian Games in The Hague. Riding her longtime partner Woodstock, on whom she had earned more than 20 top three Grand Prix placings, she helped the U.S. to a fifth place finish.

Hutchison has served on the U.S.’s Active Rider Committee and was selected to judge the USET Medal Finals in Gladstone, New Jersey.

As of April 2015, Susie Hutchison was inducted into the 2015 National Show Hunter Hall of Fame, which “honors excellence by providing recognition, education, and appreciation for the achievements of the horsemen and horses who have made the sport of show hunters so rich in history.”

For more information, please visit her Website.