European Championships

The IHAA European Championships takes place every other year.
As with the other major IHAA championships, the Horseback Archery Eventing discipline is contested.

European Championships 2022, France

From September 21 - 25 the 2022 European Championships will be held in France.

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See the entry information page for details on how to enter this competition.

European Championships 2019, Poland

In September 2019 the European Championships were held in Poland.
The wooded Polish (Hunt) track was the defining feature of this HBAE competition.
42 competitors from 12 European countries took part.

Organisers: Kawalkada, PHAA

Results summary:

  • European Championship
    • 1st: Christoph Nemethy (Al Johara)
    • 2nd: Wojtek Osiecki (Mr Jumar Bar)
    • 3rd: Sergey Odinokov (Lampart)
  • Young Rider European Championship
    • 1st: Levente Maucha (Al Johara)
    • 2nd: Martin Imbert (Valasco)
    • 3rd: Martin Opoix (Question)
  • Junior European Championship
    • 1st: Marcus Hjortberg (Tajfun)
    • 2nd: Youn le Gall (Chinggis ar ch'oat)
    • 3rd: Siem Budding (Latte)
  • Team Results
    • 1st: France - Martin Imbert, Youn Le Gall, Martin Opoix, Alexandre Iato
    • 2nd: Hungary - Levente Maucha, Christoph Némethy, Ágnes Maucha
    • 3rd: Poland - Wojtek Osiecki, Leszek Moniakowski, Oskar Dawid, Anna Sterczyńska

European Championships 2017, France

The first Horseback Archery European Championships was held in France in June 2017.
Close to 80,000 people came past the large white sand competition rings during three 3 days of competition in the FFE's Parc Equestre Federal in Lamotte-Beuvron, France.

Organisers: Alan le Gall, FFE & FITE

Results summary:

  • European Championship
    • 1st: Mihai Cozmei
    • 2nd: Levente Maucha
    • 3rd: Emil Eriksson
  • Junior European Championship
    • 1st: Agnes Maucha
    • 2nd: Leszek Moniakowski
    • 3rd: Marcus Hjortsberg
  • Senior Team Results
    • 1st: Hungary-Romania alliance
    • 2nd: Poland
    • 3rd: Sweden
  • Junior Team Results
    • 1st: France
    • 2nd: Poland
    • 3rd: Sweden

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