All of the IHAA's major championships run multi-event competitions. At the majority the combined discipline of Horseback Archery Eventing is contested - this is the combination of the three varied phases of the Tower, Raid and Hunt track events. The only major IHAA competition to differ is the World Grand Prix where the Skirmish 90 track replaced the Hunt track, still running in conjunction with the Tower and Raid events. Click on the titles of the competitions to go to their individual pages.
The IHAA World Championships is an HBAE competition for individuals and teams taking place every other year.
The inaugural event took place in 2018 in Hungary.
The 2020 competition in France has been postponed until 2021
The IHAA European Championships is an HBAE competition for individuals and teams taking place every other year, in the year between World Championships. The EC was held in France in 2017 and Poland in 2019.
The hope is that other continents or regions may organise similar championships in the future.
The European Grand Prix Series is a team competition which has run each year since 2014. This event comprises of three stages during the spring, summer and autumn. All competitors compete in the Tower, Raid and Hunt track events and all scores contribute to the final tally.
The IHAA was established in late 2013.
Bringing the Global community of Horseback Archers together via Postal Matches and a standardised Grading System.