Manual

 

This BHAA manual accompanies the BHAA qualifications syllabus; both for horseback archers and for coaches. 


The manual is suited to anyone with an interest in horseback archery; whatever your level of experience. It covers each aspect of the sport: riding, archery, specific techniques and training suggestions for mounted archery, as well as rules and tactics for competition. Including over 100 pages of colour photographs and illustrations; with demonstration of techniques by experts. 

 

Update 15/11/2016

 

Updated information about the manual

BHAA National Championships 

Date: the weekend of 17-18th September
Location: Old Mill Stables, Lelant Downs, Cornwall
Events: Korean 1-2-3 and Hungarian 90m (no zones)
plus Aussie 2-3 (IHAA grade S1-3, optional for S4) or Mamluk 90 (IHAA grade HA1 and over, optional for S4)

The BHAA AGM was held at the Reading International Solidarity Centre on December 7th. The events of the past year were reviewed, and future development plans discussed. All members were sent the minutes earlier this week. If you are a member and didn't receive the minutes, please contact the membership secretary (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) to check we have your correct email address.

Reading International Solidarity Centre

The August training weekend has now been confirmed as the 16-17th August, which is a week later than the original provisional date listed. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes. More details will be provided closer to the date.

Details for Aprils training day have now been finalised. Please see its entry under 'Upcoming Events' for more details. 

Unfortunatley Turkey have been forced to pull out of the competetion due to take place in May. Happily Holland have agreed to step in and take their place, which means we can still look forward to an exciting weekend of international competition.

 

For further updates on this event please look at our upcoming events.  

Given the weather and the boggy ground conditions that we are enjoying this winter we have decided that the March training session is likely not to be viable. So to allow people to plan their weekends properly we are making the call now rather than cancelling last minute. Therefore March 22-23rd weekend is cancelled and replaced by training (still at the Centre of Horseback Combat) on Sunday 6th April.