IAPF Hunter Jumper Credential

Continue the Journey!

In 2016, the IAPF introduced a new level of Continuing Education which we refer to as Credentialing.  Over 300 of our members have completed the first step Foundation Credentialing.  We have now unveiled the second step Discipline or Specialty Credentialing.  We have identified Hunters and Jumpers as our first discipline credential.  Through this Journey you'll continue to demonstrate to horse owners, trainers, veterinarians, and others in the horse industry your personal commitment to your profession!  Each level of the Discipline Credential requires the successful completion of the Foundation Credential.

As additional discipline credentials are introduced, farriers and veterinarians will have the choice to add (or stack) the next discipline credential or just focus on one specific Discipline or Specialty Credential.

Let's Begin ....

HUNTER JUMPER CREDENTIAL

There are 3 levels or opportunities to become engaged with the Hunter Jumper Credential:

LEVEL ONE is the "complete package".  CLICK HERE to learn more.

LEVEL TWO is the package which the IAPF Board of Directors has recommended for farriers and veterinarians to begin the journey.  CLICK HERE to learn more.

LEVEL THREE is the basic package which is designed for someone who wants to obtain the study guide / reference manual, but is not interested in pursuing the complete package. CLICK HERE to learn more.

The following IAPF members have successfully completed both the
"KNOWLEDGE" and "PRACTICAL" portions of IAPF Hunter Jumper Credential:


Caleb Bergeleen CF APF-I
Elgin, Texas

Jedediah Durnay APF-I
North Highlands, California


Gabriel Griffin CF APF-I
Orangevale, California


Donnie Karr APF-I
Loomis, California

Logan Lovett CJF APF-I
Galt, California

John Sachaczenski CF APF-I
Penns Park,
Pennsylvania

William Thomasson APF-I
Auburn, California


Please CLICK HERE for a list of IAPF members have successfully completed the
"KNOWLEDGE" portion of IAPF Hunter Jumper Credential and are now
eligible to complete the "PRACTICAL" portion.