This biennial competition is the largest and most prestigeous in the IHAA.s calendar. Individual titles and team honours are contested in the Horseback Archery Eventing discipline (of Tower, Raid and Hunt track events).
World Championships in Horseback Archery Eventing, 2018
The first IHAA World Championships was held in Hungary in July 2018. Billed as HAOWC, the Horseback Archery Open World Championships, we welcomed competitors from member nations and from non-member countries too. Over 100 competitors from 16 countries took part making this the largest horseback archery championships ever held in modern times. During three days of competition all three of the HBAE events took place concurrently across the Nemethy Academy’s large venue in Pomaz. A spectacular finals day for the top 10 seniors and top 10 juniors drew large crowds and media interest.
Organisers: Nemethy Horseback Archery Academy
1st: Levente Maucha (Izmos, Zengő), 2nd: Christoph Nemethy (Al Johara), 3rd: Maxime Coca (Tango la Beigne)
Junior World Champion
1st: Agnes Maucha (Al Johara), 2nd: Marcus Hjortberg (Kicsi), 3rd: Martin Imbert (Valasco)
Senior Team results:
(1st) Hungary, (2nd) France, (3rd) Poland
Junior team results:
(1st) France, (2nd) Poland, (3rd) Sweden
World Championships in Horseback Archery Eventing: Next Event
The 2020 IHAA World Championships had been due to take place in Paris, France. However the Coronavirus pandemic prompted the decision to postpone the event until September 2021. We hope to bring you an update soon.
The IHAA was established in late 2013.
Bringing the Global community of Horseback Archers together via Postal Matches and a standardised Grading System.