Fairfield, Conn. – April 25, 2018 – The 2018 Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA) National Championship will be held in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, May 3-6. For those unable to attend in person, EQSportsNet will capture every minute of the action in the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex via live stream.
For members of the United States Hunter Jumper Association (USHJA), EQSportsNet offers half off their rates. USHJA members use the coupon code EQUSHJA2018 for a 50 percent discount.
Subscribers can choose the Silver plan which includes all live event coverage plus full program video from select events. The Silver plan priced at $10 per month, is $5 for USHJA members. Or choose the Gold plan, for all live event coverage and all video-on-demand content from every show EQSportsNet covers, including individual clips of every entry and a total catalog of over 23,000 videos. The Gold plan, regularly $25 per month is discounted to $12.50 for USHJA members. Subscribers may cancel at any time. Go to eqsports.net for more information.
IHSA Nationals will feature 450 men and women from across the U.S. and Canada competing in hunter seat and Western in all levels in divisions from Walk-Trot through Open. The riders have competed throughout the season to qualify and will vie for team, individual, alumni championships and the coveted USEF/Cacchione Cup and the AQHA Western High Point Rider national final.
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The IHSA was founded in 1967 by Robert Cacchione while he attended Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, New Jersey. The organization was established so that any full-time college student could participate in equestrian competition regardless of economic status, gender or riding level and offers Hunter Seat and Western competition at eight levels from Walk-Trot through Open divisions for both male and female college athletes. The IHSA emphasizes learning and sportsmanship and fosters teamwork. The organization has grown to include 400 member teams and 10,000 members encompassing 39 Regions, 8 Zones and 45 states and Canada. College or university teams, individuals, alumni and coaches may become members.