Claiborne Progress - 6/28/15
Robertson riding in IEA National Championship
Quarter Horse News - 6/28/15
Interscholastic Equestrian Association Wraps Up Western National Finals
Newark Advocate - 6/22/15
Licking County girls head to national horse competition
Tallahassee Democrat - 6/18/15
Big Bend Equestrian Team gears up for show season
Burlington County Times - 6/16/15
Northwest Florida Daily News - 6/14/15
Princesses, privateers prepare for future
Wellington Town-Crier - 6/12/15
Move Gives Wall Street Farm Growing Room
Hillsborough Beacon - 6/11/15
Equestrian team is forming at farm
NJ.com - 6/10/15
Interscholastic Equestrian Team forming in Hillsborough
Carroll County Times - 6/5/15
Lions, Cavaliers march
The Baltimore Sun - 6/5/15
Liberty High graduate focuses on natural sciences with drive
Horse Nation - 6/5/15
The Academic Equestrian: Let It Slide
Carroll County Times - 6/4/15
Liberty grad focuses on the natural sciences
The Progress - 6/3/15
Members of the Manners Ranch
The Grafton News - 6/3/15
Grafton High student wins regional and national equestrian prizes
Clarence Bee - 6/3/15
New Website! New Logo! New Creative Design!
Join the IEA in Reaching our Goal to Introduce 3,000 New People to Horses
The Time To Ride Challenge is a nationwide campaign and contest, held by the American Horse Council, with the goal of introducing new people to horses through various equine activities from May 30 - September 30.
Lexington, Ky. - The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) is excited to announce the expansion of the Equestrian Athlete Lettering Program to include a component for junior high students in grades five through eight. Read more...
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Facebook Trivia Format has now changed.
Young equestrians can hone their knowledge via social media by participating in Trivia Games—held every friday of every month on Facebook. Each game is given a special theme with topics such as riding theory or equine history. By answering the questions, participants learn fun facts and are entered into a monthly drawing for prizes. Every correct answer increases the chances of winning. To play, you will need to "like" the "IEA-Interscholastic Equestrian Association" on Facebook. Anyone may play but only IEA members are eligible for prizes.
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First Time Ever Equestrian at Arnold Sports Festival
IEA Western Show and Hunt Seat Demonstration