Elementary Interscholastic Riding Association

Elementary Age Equestrian Team at Creekside Equestrian

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Creekside Elementary Interscholastic Riding Association Team



Tryouts for EIRA will be held August 4, 2018. Please inquire if interested.


Elementary Interscholastic Riding Association

The MISSION of the EIRA is to introduce students in private and public elementary schools, grades K - 5, to equestrian sports and to promote and improve the quality of equestrian competition and instruction.

The EIRA is a place where little girls and boys can enjoy horses and ponies and build friendships, further their riding skills, and be part of a team. What’s better than working as a team and having fun doing it?

Creekside Hosting Dates for EIRA shows

  • October 21, 2018
  • December 16, 2018
  • January 19, 2019

    How to Join the Creekside Elementary Equestrian Team

    Call us at 919-934-2236 or email us at creeksideequestriancenter@gmail.com

    • The EIRA season runs from September to March each year
    • Call or email to set up an appointment to meet with the coach about the team
    • The coach is Mrs. Kristen
    • Attend a try out session/lesson
    • Obtain the appropriate paperwork for the team
    • Get enrolled!

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    EIRA Goals


    • To encourage recognition for elementary school equestrians and to promote the equestrian as an athlete.
    • To provide riders with organized competitive opportunities.
    • To introduce new riders to equine sports.
    • To make new friendships
    • To learn horsemanship


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