The National Snaffle Bit Association is proud to announce that Jason Martin, of Pilot Point, Texas, has joined NSBA’s prestigious Quarter Million Dollar Club. He becomes the 28th member of this exclusive group of riders who have earned $250,000 in NSBA lifetime earnings. 

Through Jason’s long history of success in classes ranging from Western Riding, his signature event, to Working Hunter, Trail, Hunter Under Saddle, Western Pleasure and Longe Line, Jason has earned a permanent place among outstanding achievers in the National Snaffle Bit Association’s Quarter Million Dollar Club. 

Originally from Clovis, California, Jason formed High Point Performance Horses together with Charlie Cole and in 2000 moved to Pilot Point, Texas. Highpoint Performance Horses has produced more than 100 world championships and more than 200 Congress champions, with Jason having earned more than 14 NSBA and 30 AQHA world titles himself. 

From his first Congress championship with Hotrod Annie to his most recent AQHA world champion, Heza Radical Zip, Jason has continuously perfected his craft in both coaching others and training and competing.

Jason considers himself to have been blessed to work with many long-time clients and their special horses. Just a few of the many great horses that he has trained and shown include Acadamosby Award, Conclusive Bar Cody, Zippo LTD, The Blue And The Gray, Vital Signs Are Good, Majestic Scotch, Ima Petite Classic, Harley D Zip and Heza Radical Zip.

Please join us in congratulating Jason Martin as the newest member of NSBA’s Quarter Million Dollar Club!
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About NSBA
Established in 1983, the National Snaffle Bit Association has expanded from its roots of the pleasure horse to recognize various disciplines and eight breed associations in competition. NSBA’s programs uphold keeping the welfare of the horse as the primary consideration in all activities and encourage the use of standard rules for holding and judging events.