Ansala/Leslie Poirier

Ansala/Leslie Poirier

IEA Show
winning ribbons at first IEA show

Ashley Bebyn winning at 2015 IEA Regionals

IEA Show

2012 IEA Show Team

IEA Show Team

78 Hunter Lane, Glastonbury, CT       


True Horsemanship-Classic Instruction-Lasting Friendships.


Briana Gutierrez at her first IEA Show in 2013

2015 IEA Ansala SHOW Team

Meg Leclerc winning at IEA Regionals 2012

2014 IEA Show Team

No need to own a horse to participate.
Classes are offered in four ability levels: beginner, novice, intermediate, open.
Riders in grades 6-8 are eligible for Middle School Teams while riders in grade 9-12 compete at the High School level.
Points are tracked for individual rider accomplishments AND for overall team accomplishments. Individuals and teams earn points to qualify for regional, zone and national finals.
Teams take turns hosting horse shows throughout the season.
The competition season starts September 1st and ends at the National Finals in late spring / early summer.
Students ride horses that are furnished by the host barn and chosen by random draw. The use of personal tack is not allowed and limited schooling is permitted. This equalizes competition variables and tests the horsemanship of the contestants.  For more information go to:

Link for IEA Show Schedule

Link for IEA Points

2013 IEA Show Team

Jordyn Holbrook and Kayleigh Sauyet first IEA Show of 2015

2011 IEA Show Team

IEA Team information

2016 IEA Ansala Equestrian Team

Ansala Equestrian IEA Team

The 2016 IEA show season is upon us! First IEA show for these girls!

Good start to the season!

Ansala IEA Show Team Information

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