Y Knot Ranch of Jacksonville


Y Knot Show Team


   Y Knot Ranch offers our horses, training and trailering in order to compete at horse shows. Our horses are proven, seasoned show horses that compete all around, and do so successfully. 

Y Knot Ranch's requirements to compete with our show team are as follows

-Have 1 year or more of regular lesson

-Be able to participate in 2+ lessons per week during show seasons

-Make C+ average in academics

-Usage of drugs (other than perscription) of any kind will not be tolerated

-Unsportsmanlike conduct will not be tolerated

-Must help clean barn, trailer, tack room, etc. before and after shows

Expenses for competing vary depending on distance and association putting on the show. Most local shows cost on average $200 total for the weekend. Transportation varies from $25-$50 to each show depending on the distance, amount of horses in trailer, etc.; as well as a show schooling payment of $40 for at the show grounds schooling. Leasing a horse is suggested if one is wanting to compete at every show of the season in order to have full rights to show a specific horse. 

Show Team Members

Mia J.

Loves her some Sailor

Rides Jumpers

Emma H.

Main is Sequoia

Rides Hunter/Jumper & Eventing

Amanda G.

Main Man is Dean

Rides Hunters, Dressage & Western Pleasure

Taylor D.

Main Man is Sailor

Rides Hunter/Jumper, Eventing and Ranch

Kaitlyn A.

Loves her some Scout

Rides Hunters and Jumpers

Ally L.

Main is Penny

Rides Jumpers, Eventing & Western Pleasure

Josie T.

Loves her some Penny

Rides Jumpers

Natalie B.

Loves her some Sequoia

Rides Jumpers and Eventing

Taylor I.

Main is Jazz

Rides Jumpers 

Elizabeth P. aka Bit

Loves her some Sundae

Rides Hunters

Autumn H.

Main is Sundae

Rides Hunters

Adyson W.

Main Man Clay

Rides Hunters and Western Pleasure

Reagan F.

Loves her some Millie

Rides Hunters & Dressage

Emily T.

Loves her some Sadie

Rides Hunters

Aubrey B.

Main Man is Dean

Rides English and Western

Julia K.

Loves her some Sundae

Rides Hunters