How Top Show Jumpers are Spending Their Quarantine

Top riders across disciplines are used to living a nomadic lifestyle, going from horse show to horse show. So when horse shows went on hold amid quarantine regulations, riders had to come up with some new ways to spend their time at home.

Social media gives us a glimpse into what a few of them have been up to!

Kent Farrington is giving us major motivation in the gym.  

View this post on Instagram


Monday Motivation Knuckle push ups 👊 #mondaymotivation

A post shared by Kent Farrington (@teamkpf) on

McLain Ward is too. (He’s also making us feel better about not quite being on Kent’s fitness level.)

Georgina Bloomberg is continuing to save dogs.

Harrie Smolders is taking on new students.  


View this post on Instagram


Teaching in a new dimension 😂🤓👨‍🏫✍️ #stayhome

A post shared by Harrie Smolders (@harriesmolders) on

Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum and Markus Beerbaum have picked up a new sport.  

Lucas and Wilton Porter have brought their golf game to the barn.  


View this post on Instagram


Starting strong. Important to wear a glove in coronaplay.

A post shared by Sleepy P Ranch (@sleepypranch) on

Ben Maher is dancing on TikTok.  


View this post on Instagram


Too much time on our hands! Join us on TikTok #tricks #tiktok #stayhome #quarantine

A post shared by Ben Maher (@benmaherofficial) on

Speaking of TikTok, everyone seems to be trying this challenge…

…0r testing their drawing skills with this one.  


View this post on Instagram


Thanks for the nomination RP @rodrigopessoa29 @hmwelovehorses next up: @teamkpf @team_millar (all three of you 😉)

A post shared by Tiffany Foster (@tiffanyfosterofficial) on


They’re helping those in need within the equestrian community.  

Now, riders are looking forward to returning to the show ring as competitions cautiously begin to resume throughout the country. Quarantine regulations are slowly diminishing, but perhaps the TikTok challenges and increased behind-the-scenes content are here to stay?

BarnManager is designed to be a part of your team, with the compatibility and credentials necessary to improve communication, simplify the management of horses, and get you out of the office, off the phone calls, and into the barn with the horses you care about! Click here to get a free demo and find out more!

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *