If you are new to eventing, volunteering at a horse trials is one of the best ways to learn about the sport!
If you can give 2, 4 or 6 hours of your time to a horse trials, there may be a job for you!
Organizers are welcoming and will show you what to do.
Get in touch with the organizer (follow the NTEA website calendar links) several days ahead of time and to put your name on the list! Officials are welcoming and friendly and will show you what to do.
- Show Office Volunteers
- Stewards & Helpers – warm-up rings; dressage scribes; timers; runners; setting show jumps; and more
- Jump Judges - Always a need, no special skills required! Jump judges simply watch and verify that each competitor completed each obstacles on the cross-country course. At USEA-recognized horse trials, as many as 30 or more volunteer jump judges are needed. Children may usually accompany adult jump judges.
Get involved with NTEA
- Signing up new members at horse trials & clinics
- Helping with the yearly awards banquest
- Social media, newsletters, website, calendar, more!
- NTEA administrative tasks; points, membership, etc.
- Officers and board members
- And much more!
Contact the NTEA Membership Coordinator for more information.
The organizers of many activities from clinics to schooling days can sometimes use an extra hand for a few hours on the day. Follow the links from the NTEA Calendar to contact organizers and offer your services ahead of time. And you can also offer on the day!