Check out "Putting the 'School' in Schoolmaster"in the December 2010 issue of Dressage Today to learn more about Intercollegiate Dressage Association horses and college dressage. Below is a list of participating schools and helpful links to learn more about this rapidly growing sport.
An injured racehorse named Cutter gets a second chance, thanks to the Kentucky Equine Humane Center and the Kentucky Horse Park?s Professional Horseman?s Course.
It makes little difference whether your horse will ultimately be a park horse, carriage horse, pleasure show horse, or a horse for you to simply enjoy driving at home. The basic approach is the same regardless of the discipline.
Whether feeding, handling or sorting pasture mates, be sure to "think like a horse"! Here's a look at some horse-friendly management schemes, courtesy of equine behavior experts and My Horse University's online Horse Behavior and Welfare Course, based out of Michigan State University.
Brush up on the current NCAA varsity equestrian competition format.The NCAA varsity equestrian format is designed as "head-to-head." So if Texas Christian University (TCU) is riding against the University of Georgia, one rider from TCU and one rider from Georgia will compete separately on the same horse.
The IHSA consists of 8 Zones with 28 Regions covering 45 states. There are approximately 285 colleges and universities with over 6,000 riders currently participating in intercollegiate competition