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March 22, 2011

IHSA Road To Lexington Hitting Homestretch

The race is heating up on the road to Lexington, and no, we’re not talking the Kentucky Derby. The 2011 Intercollegiate Horse Show Association National Championships are returning May 5-8 to the Kentucky Horse Park, and it looks like the 37th of the nation’s leading collegiate battle for year-end titles promises to be a fight to the finish.

February 18, 2011

IHSA Announces National All-Academic Award

Because achievements in education are as important as in equitation, the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association has launched the IHSA National All-Academic Award to annually recognize the individual academic achievements of its participating undergraduate and alumni members. 

IHSA members will be named to the All-Academic First Team or All-Academic Second Team when they have been nominated by their coach, advisor, or designed representative, and have met the following criteria:

February 17, 2011

WEF Collegiate Equitation Challenge Wrap-Up

Feb. 11, Wellington, Fla.

Sixteen collegiate riders competed for the Winter Equestrian Festival Collegiate Equitation Challenge Trophy. The trophy, sponsored by the South Florida Hunter Jumper Association, was captured by Texas A&M senior, Brooke Coleman. Coleman defeated Auburn's (Ala.) Maggie McAlary, who was last year's champion, in the final round of competition.

February 17, 2011

New FAU Equestrian Team Makes Strong Showing Against Region's Best

PLANTATION, Fla. – Florida Atlantic University’s Equestrian Team, in its first competition and with a complement of Palm Beaches riders, made a strong showing on Feb. 5 versus the Southeast’s top collegiate programs.

The riding Owls placed in nine classes at the IHSA (Intercollegiate Horse Show Association) show hosted by the University of Miami at Plantation Equestrian Center in Broward County.

February 3, 2011

Virginia Intermont Wins Jan.29 Tournament Of Champions Winter Classic

On Jan. 29, Virginia Intermont became the new leader in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Tournament of Champions series. Their point total of 36 secured the win at the Winter Classic horse show in Chatham, Va., and was enough to propel them into the lead for 2010-2011 Series Champion Team. The VI Cobras have not won a Tournament of Champions show since 2008

February 3, 2011

Mount Holyoke Hosts Equestrian Talent Search Clinic; ETS Congratulates First Medal Winner

Thirty-two high school aged riders participated in the Collegiate Equestrian Talent Search (ETS) clinic at the Mount Holyoke College Equestrian Center, Jan. 22-23. The weekend event began with a Friday night seminar for riders and parents which discussed the differences between IHSA and NCAA riding and recruiting. Clinicians outlined benefits and drawbacks of each association and worked on strategies for getting recruited.  They also talked about collegiate dressage and high school riding opportunities.

February 3, 2011

Bridgewater College Coach Retires

BRIDGEWATER, Va. – Nationally known riding coach Sarah Irvine – under whose tutelage the Bridgewater College riding program became one of the most respected and competitive in the region – announced today that she will retire at the conclusion of the 2010-11 school year.

September 29, 2010

Southern Sweep At Tournament Of Champions Pre-Season Classic

A rainy start to the day didn’t deter many of the top collegiate equestrian teams in the nation in their quest for notoriety and bragging rights in the Tournament of Champions Preseason Classic, hosted Sunday, September 26, on the campus of Goucher College in the Baltimore suburb of Towson, Maryland.   The rain eventually gave way to sunny skies, just as some of the traditional front runners in collegiate riding gave way to some hot young programs intent on setting a new direction in IHSA.

June 7, 2010

IHSA Rides For The Ribbon

“I really want the world to know that our students perform community service and are anxious to help good causes,” said Naomi Blumenthal, of Manlius, New York, who sits on the six-member national board of directors for the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA).

Since 2008, IHSA has contributed a portion of every entry fee from hunter seat Novice Flat and Novice Western classes, at every regular-season show throughout the year, to Ride For The Ribbon, to support breast cancer awareness. 

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