Applications are now open for Riders, Teams, Coaches, and Show Officials.
Team applications will be accepted throughout the entire season as competitions allow.
The IEA is committed to increasing concussion awareness in equestrian sports.
It is important that IEA coaches recognize the signs and symptoms of concussion and head injuries in youth sports participants. To that end, IEA requires that coaches complete annually the free online training course in concussion recognition offered through the National Federation of State High School Associations at www.nfhslearn.com.
Full details can be found on the Coach membership application
|Membership Type||Before October 1, 2022||After October 1, 2022|
|Junior Contributing Member||$35||$35|
|Middle School Team||$150||$175|
|Upper School Team||$150||$175|
|Both Upper & Middle School Teams||$225||$250|
An IEA team consists of at least 1 coach and 3 rider members. Depending on member history with the IEA, the team may be required to host or co-host a regular season horse show according to Rule 2302.
Riders are organized by their grade level.
An IEA Coach must be at least 21 years old and covered by a liability policy that carries a minimum coverage of $500,000 per occurrence. The IEA offers coverage through Equisure that can be purchased through the Membership Office. ($150/year covers participation in IEA events and practices)
Contributing Members are adult members of the IEA. Contributing Members may join a team, be authorized to handle team communications and assist with paperwork with the coach’s permission.