6X AQHA Highpoint Western Riding Horse, 9X World Champion, 2006, 2007 AQHA World Champion SR Western Rider, 2006 AQHA Reserve Super Horse.
Getting lessons as a birthday present for his eighth birthday was just the beginning of a life of horses for Jason Martin. Jason, now the co-owner/operator of HighPoint Performance Horses started his career three-day eventing in the United States Pony Club. When Jason turned 18 he found his love for the Quarter Horse and quickly made up for lost time being awarded the California State All-Around Youth Award. The following year Jason showed Amateur Hunters and Jumpers and even won the Open Jumping at the AQHA World Show his first time out.
In 1990, Jason opened Jason Martin Riding Academy and had two kids win the World his first year out. Since then Jason has earned the AQHA Leading Exhibitor Award 5 times, has won Senior Western Riding 5 consecutive times at the AQHA World Show, and has 36 AQHA World Championships under his belt. 2011 proved to be another stellar year for Jason winning the Championships at the AQHA World Show in Senior Western Riding and Senior Trail as well as Senior Western Riding and the Congress Markel Western Pleasure Maturity-Limited at the 2011 All American Quarter Horse Congress. Jason is also an AQHA Professional Horseman.
About Harley D Zip:
Harley has been with HighPoint Perfomance Horses for 11 years, winning his first World Championship in Western riding in 2000 with Jason in the saddle. Jason says of Harley "He's literally a once-in-a-lifetime horse", and that is evident based on his amazing show record!
- 15 AQHA World Championships
- 8 AQHA Reserve World Championships
- 9 NSBA World Championships
- AQHYA Championship * 19 AQHA Superiors
- 20 AQHA High Point Titles
- 8 Time AQHA High Point Sr. Western Riding Horse
- Most Points in AQHA History
- 3 Time All Around High Point Horse
- 4 Time All-Around High Point Senior Horse
- All-Time Leading AQHA Incentive Fund Money Earner
- The Only Horse in AQHA History to win a World Championship in EVERY Division