This page is dedicated to the training and competitive side of Horse Agility within the New Zealand and is updated regularly to keep everyone informed about what is going on.
We welcome your news, views, photos and videos which are easily added to our dedicated facebook page. Keep in touch – be a part of one of the fastest growing equestrian sports in the world!
Why become a member of The International Horse Agility Club?
Ability to compete, attend training days and playdays affiliated with The Horse Agility Club anywhere in the world
- National and International Leagues and Prizes
- Entry into Online (OLHA!) competitions
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Individual International Membership
Online Horse Agility (OLHA!) Competitions
Now you can compete in Horse Agility from anywhere in the world, be entered in the Worldwide OHLA! League and win ribbons and prizes every month. As part of your membership package to The Horse Agility Club you have two free OLHA! entries that you can use at any time, then it’s £5 (or equivalent currency) per entry after that.
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Become a Horse Horse Agility Accredited Trainer (HAAT)
We have HAATs in Canada, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, USA, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England, France, Netherlands, Beligum and Switzerland building their own Horse Agility Clubs.
You can be part of it!
The International Horse Agility Club is run by people who not only can do agility with their horses they can teach it too. Just look through our photograph album and see where we can take you. With the start of the Worldwide League in 2011 you can be part of a truly international sport.
Are you a horsemanship trainer with an enthusiastic and fun outlook on life? Then we need you!
We are recruiting teachers to become HAATs (Horse Agility Accredited Trainers) right now. Full support will be given to get started and to really grow that’s why over forty HAATs signed up in 2010 alone.
Contact us today and find out how you can be part of the fastest growing equestrian sport worldwide.
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