Established in 1998, SHF Enterprises is committed to sustainable success in show jumping.

We focus on breeding and developing young horses and offer select opportunities to riders and owners seeking top athletic prospects.

A culmination of many years of patience and practice for SHF.

This year, we see the convergence of two long-term projects:
A home of our own and the first year that our second generation breeding program has youngsters ready for prime time.

Horses foaled 2008 forward have begun to come to the US and are preparing for bright futures with top riders.


Quick Facts About SHF

  • Over half of our European foals have been graded premium by the Holsteiner Verband.
  • Our horses have competed at and placed at Rome, St. Gallen, Hickstead, Falsterbo, Stuttgart, Royan, and Dinard.
  • Our horses have been champion at the Winter Equestrian Festival and won classes at all major winter circuits.
  • We have sold horses that have gone on to be champions at major shows including Winter Equestrian Festival.
  • We have sponsored the YJC Five Year Old Finals since 2002 at the Hampton Classic.
  • We have offered the Young Jumper Incentive bonus at the Washington International Horse Show since 2013. 

Education & Outreach

In 2016, SHF launched its Texas Training Opportunity program to promote education, access and awareness of riding fundamentals, horsemanship, and opportunities within and around the sport. What began as a show jumping and horse care only program in 2016 will expand in 2017 to include a dressage session.

We work to provide free or low cost education for riders under 21 years of age across a range of experience levels from novice to young riders for the benefit of young equestrians and members of Zone 7/Region 9.

For more information on the program visit Texas Training Opportunity

SHF Perspectives

“I take a lot of pride in these horses and in our program. I want the best for them always—with the ultimate goal of their making a contribution to show jumping at its highest level.”

“We try to be smart in our managerial practices and develop these horses with time and care.  They will be ready when we hand over the reins to top riders and to owners in partnership or when they move on to new owner’s stables.”

“Supporting young horse programs and participating with emerging athletes programs enables us to make a contribution to the sustainably of the sport at the ground level.”
Sparky Frost