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America's Warrior Project


12345 NE  152ND Avenue



The Volcano Ridge Mounted Archers are located in Southwest Washington State.


 Our members are dedicated to the discipline and education of this fast growing equestrian sport. Our home range is in Brush Prairie, WA at Arrowhead Acres where we Shoot twice a week during our season. We hold Horseback Archery Clinics and competitions through out the Year.


Our members are free to train towards their personal goals. Some members are seriously interested in mounted archery competition. Some like the feeling of self-improvement and challenge. Some members yet are ‘Soul Shooters’, who are satisfied with just enjoying mounted archery for recreation and bonding with their horse.


Whatever are your goals, the Volcano Ridge Mounted Archers have something for the beginning to advanced archer, youths and adults. Contact any of our officers if you would like to learn more. Check out our Events page or stay connected via Facebook.  We look forward to you becoming a mounted archer warrior with us!



    " Mounted archery is a calling. Many people know it when they see it – that they were meant to be a horse archer. You are a special kind of horseman from a different type of tradition. It is not just something that we do, it is something that we are.  The magic of mounted archery enables us to reconnect to the past, to the earth, the air, the elements, and physics. We train and test all of our senses along with those of our faithful horses to higher levels of personal discipline and reward.

A power exists between the archer, horse, and bow that is rare to find in conventional horse sports. Horseback archery has an ancient soul that has existed for generations and across cultures worldwide. We share that collective soul in our practice. Mounted archery is referred to as the Queen of Martial Arts. And is a discipline requiring the dedication of a humble pupil and the heart of a warrior.We celebrate all of these things every time we train or compete together. Each occasion is a shared celebration where we honor each other and our horses as we enjoy our own personal journeys in mounted archery. "



  • The Battle of Kerak 5:35