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In their own words...
"Living on campus is a life experience I have learned so much from. We eat together, watch TV together, study together, and do absolutely nothing together. When I go home for breaks, it's like I'm leaving my second family!"
- Jess Cutler, Class of '10, from FL

Equestrian News & Special Events

Path Region 3 Conference March 6th, 7th and 8th. More info here.

Improve the Body Carriage of your Hunter Under Saddle by Coach Carla Wennberg

Is a College Equestrian Team Right for YOU?

Published in January 2015, Carla Wennberg shares insights into seaching for an Equestrian Team at the collegiate level.

Borrow A Trainer

Published in the August 2014 Quarter Horse Journal in the Borrow a Trainer series Coach Carla Wennberg discusses the turn on the forehand.

" A good turn on the forehand is a horse's balanced response to the rider's aids."




IHSA National Championships 2014

Congratulations to our Hunter Seat and Western IHSA Teams competing at the National Championships in Harrisburg, PA May 1st - 4th, 2014.

Hunter Seat Results

Western Results


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