Join our fun, friendly, and supportive community of horse archers! Don’t have a club in your area? Take the lead and start one!
By affiliating your club with Horse Archery USA, you’ll benefit on many levels, including:
- The ability to market your club as part of a national organization devoted to the growth of horseback archery in the United States.
- Horse Archery USA banner to display at your club’s events and place of practice.
- Access to liability event insurance for HAUSA recognized events organized by your club.
- FREE publicity for your club in each issue of the HAUSA On Target e-newsletter.
- Exposure on the HAUSA Facebook page and promotion of your group’s events, fundraisers, and accomplishments.
- Listing on the HAUSA website, including your club’s contact info and a direct link to your club’s website and social media page to help potential new members get in touch with you.
- Access to printable HAUSA liability waivers, documents for marketing, course descriptions & diagrams, and other forms.
- Fundraising support for your club and step-by-step guidance in organizing your first clinic or competition.
The general Rules for Competition and Training follow international standards set by the International Horseback Archery Alliance and are ratified in clubs around the world. For the purpose of Horse Archery USA, it is required that all competitions, demonstrations, or other events have a physical barrier between spectators and competitors with horses. Only individuals who are active members in good standing are allowed in an area where they can come in contact with a horse or archery equipment. This includes, judges, range marshalls, volunteers and spectators. Any violation of this, the Safety Procedures, or General Rules, is done outside of HAUSA standards and is the action of the individual or host. We are not liable for events hosted by other groups or clubs and individuals who are not in compliance with our Safety Procedures and General Rules. All club members and affiliates are required to follow these minimum safety standards. They are required to know and understand them and keep up to date on amended changes for safety.