RIDERS ENTER EARLY – We Are Expecting Another Sellout!”






SILVER OAK JUMPER TOURNAMENT August 16th – 20th 2017

The 2016 version of the “rider’s horse show” lived up to all our expectations.  We saw spectacular sport thanks in part to our course designers Alan Wade and Nick Granat.  The feedback on the thought and quality of their tracks was significant.  Their work was most frequently described as brilliant.

This special horse show was born and exists for the love of the sport of Show Jumping.  It’s not driven by economics, but by a passion for attention to detail, hospitality and our love of our horses.  Given that design, we simply could not exist without the support of our many sponsors.

Our admiration and gratitude to our perennial guardians Sid Wolk of Agero and Victoria McCullough of the Davis McCullough Foundation, the Grand Prix and presenting sponsors for the fourth year. To our generous sponsors;  DG Ventures, Equine Record Systems, The World Equestrian Center, Dover Saddlery, Hollow Brook Wealth Management, UBS the Harvest Group, Kilkenny Equine Insurance, Stud Tree, Unicorn Landing Farm, Herb Chambers, CWD, Devoucoux, Voltaire, North Star Farm, Aliboo Farm, M&W Horses, Rood and Riddle, Shires, FarmVet, Open Minds Academy, Atlantic Equine Services, Sam Adams, Kennedy Country Gardens, Gretchen Almy Designs and Commercial Painting, and to all the numerous individuals and organizations who make The Silver Oak Jumper Tournament special.

Thank you to the owners and staff of Fieldstone Show Park for the around-the-clock 365 days a year of lavish attention and incremental improvement to this amazing equestrian facility.  We are so proud to partner with you and to call Fieldstone our permanent home.

Finally, a special thank you to our athletes and owners for placing trust in us to ensure the best in jumping surfaces, jump inventory, hospitality, relaxed schedules and an atmosphere that make the week the different experience you tell us is unique.  We are already hard at work planning and preparing for an even superior 2017 showcase.

I encourage you to commemorate your 2016 experience at The Silver Oak Jumper Tournament with the photography of one of the world’s best, Andrew Ryback Photography of Chicago, IL.  Exhibitors that did not have time to stop by and view their competition photos should visit www.andrewryback.com   Alternatively you can call  (224) 218-5445, or email Andrew @ infor@andrewryback.com

We look forward to seeing you in 2017.

The 2016 Silver Oak Young Jumper Wrap Up

The 2016 $75,000 Grand Prix Champion: Callie Smith onboard Attention Et Z

The Perfect Setting for the Up and Coming Jumper Contenders
A talented field of young jumpers competed over the course of three days in the young jumper championships qualifier at the Silver Oak Jumper Tournament. The horse show has played host to the young jumpers for the last two years and it has proven to be a great even to give the promising young horses valuable show ring mileage in a beautiful setting.

The young jumpers ranged in age from 4 to 7 years old with the 6 year olds jumping at heights of 1.20-1.25m and 7 year olds clearing 1.30-1.35m fences – both age groups eligible for the division championships.

The 2016 Silver Oak Tournament 6 year old Young Jumper Champions
Aliboo Farm’s Taylor Flury finished up a successful week aboard two of her mounts – the Championship going to Cosmea Z and the Reserve Champion Carrasca Z, both owned by Aliboo Farms.  This division featured 14 in the field and was sponsored by World Equestrian Center.

Overall division champion: Taylor Flury and Cosmea Z

The 2016 Silver Oak Tournament 7 year old Young Jumper Champion

Overall 7-year-old jumper division Champion, Eddie Blue with Paul O’Shea in the Irons.  The division was sponsored by the World Equestrian Center.

Reserve Champion was awarded to Kevin Babington on Call Me Ruth.

We strongly recommend you submit your entries early for 2017.  Our entries are best accepted online, simply click on the link below.

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This place is amazing. It’s the Spruce Meadows of the East.
Leslie HowardUnited States Olympian
It’s great. It’s amazing. There are not many places like this in the entire world. It’s my favorite horse show in North America.
Olaf PetersenWorld Renowned Course Designer
I think the facility and the horse show is absolutely fantastic. The show is run well, the field is beautiful, the footing is super, so it’s really enjoyable to be here. The people are so nice. I can’t say enough good things about it.
Darragh KennyIrish Rider
This is the first time here for me and I couldn’t be happier. I have six to eight year-old horses and I wanted to give them the experience and mileage on grass. It’s hard to find shows where the field is absolutely perfect.
Ramiro Quintana
Jeff is a friend and the bottom line is it’s one of this country’s best run horse shows, we look forward to it every year.
Kevin BabingtonOlympian
Jeff runs one of my favorite horse shows, there are big crowds of spectators, top course designers and I love the way he caters to all of us.
McLain WardTwo time Olympic Gold Medalist
I’ve worked with Jeff on this show for quite a while, it is true to its mission statement as the rider’s horse show, I wish there were more shows like this, it’s a favorite.
Peter LeoneOlympic Silver medalist
Everything about The Silver Oak Jumper Tournament is special. The fact it’s jumpers only by itself sets it apart. The management attention to awards, ceremonies, owners, rider comfort, food and importantly one of the most well-conceived class schedules make it spectacular. The TV coverage, another first in my experience, was ...
Paul O’Shea
I wish there were more shows in America like this one. They they have fabulous footing. We don’t get to jump on grass very much anymore. It’s really just a pleasure to be here. I wish they had more weeks at this facility.
Allyson ShryocAmateur rider
It’s beautiful. It’s really an amazing venue, We’re really lucky to be here.
Nicole BellissimoWinner of the SJHOF Junior/Amateur Classic