Some Amazing footage from those who are the best in the world.
The Australian Team competed at the 4ooth Anniversary of Hirosaki Castle in Japan in 2011. That event is now held annually. Here is a really great video clip filmed and edited by the Aussies.
And the Japanese Style of Horse Archery , called Yabusame. A cultural discipline handed down from the Samurai ( the music is hilarious!)
From the Disney movie Brave. the best bit of the whole film. It has inspired many a horse archer around the world, not to mention the building of some great ‘hunt’ tracks.
Photos from around the world of beginners through to seasoned International competitors
Photo by Choon-Sik Park
Katrina Kruse after the winning shot, securing the Gold medal in the Masahee Tournament for Australia at the 11th World Horseback Archery Championships.
Team Australia (Katrina and Adriana) at the 11th World Horseback Archery Championships, on their way to winning Gold in the Mogu Tornament.
Kym Joseph from FNQ Coming 5th at Yabusame on the Beach
Adriana Della Franca from WA coming =6th at Yabusame on the Beach
Japanese master ( sensei) wowing the crowds
Katrina Kruse on her way to winning a silver medal in the Masahee teams event at the 2014 World Championships in Korea.
Australian Team at Hirosaki Japan.
Gregory Stewart, Glen Percy, Katrina Kruse, Stephen Lawson.
Glen Percy from Australia competing at Hirosaki Japan