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Join our upper or middle school team, grades 4-12, to compete throughout the season. There's no need to own a horse or even equipment, they are provided. Team members can be from any school, even home schooled!
Through IEA season we have at least one IEA lesson a week, and one before each show. Riders are encouraged to maintain their private lessons as well if they wish.
A huge part of the IEA experience is the camaraderie the riders share at the shows and other activities. Sportsmanship is a huge focus, as is horsemanship. Each year there are scholarships available to senior riders as well as scouts at finals shows.
This was a fantastic first year for the Innova/Eclipse IEA teams. Our high school team was well represented throughout the season with Carly, our Novice rider, qualifying for both regionals and then zones.
Our middle school team was reserve in the region and all riders qualified to go on to zones!
At regionals riders were given the opportunity to take a horsemanship quiz as well as ride. Addison Arrowsmith got third place in the high school competition; Eleana Arrowsmith got first in the middle school competition and Allie Riley got third! Way to go girls!
Our season was cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic, cancelling both zone finals and national finals. We're already working toward 2020-2021 season. Are you?
If you have questions about the team, membership, requirements, or anything at all, shoot us an email and we'll be happy to answer them. Coach Jessie has two summer camps planned to help anyone who is interested make the decision to join the team. There are classes for grades 4-12, no need to own a pony or horse or even your own equipment!
To team members planning on competing next season, there is an early registration discount. check out the website, rideiea.com and get registered! Let coach Jessie know if you have questions