Equine Superstars

Meet Three of the Northeast’s Favorite IHSA Horses By Ellen Rosenberg Nearly 40 years ago, I was a member of the first C. W. Post College Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) team. We competed at colleges in New Jersey, New…

Equine Educational Scholarships

By Ellen Rosenberg There’s nothing better than finding a way to incorporate your passion for horses with helping you pay for college. Although they may be few and far between and may not cover your entire tuition, equine-related scholarships are…

The Interscholastic Equestrian Association

Young Riders Get A Taste Of Team Competition High school athletics can play a critical role in the development of young people. While you probably don’t think of horseback riding when brainstorming common team sports, the Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA)…

Collegiate Riding Clubs

Higher Education Offers New Riding Opportunities By Christina KeimRiding is generally considered an individual sport; the opportunity to compete as a member of a riding team is sometimes viewed as being reserved for the equestrian elite. The Intercollegiate Horse Show…

In This Issue

- A Look at Nosebands in the Jumper Ring
- Intercollegiate Associations for Every Discipline
- Covering the Basics of Equine Insurance

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