Thursday, April 16 2020 by Ruby Tevis
By Carter Anderson Jordan Allen hopes to match her academic and athletic experience at the University of South Carolina to the success of her junior career. She’s currently studying exercise science and pursuing a career in the medical field like both of her parents. Although her education comes first, horses are a very close second.
Competitors in the Mane Jane Hunt Seat Alumni Cup The eighth Anniversary of the Alumni Tournament, an IHSA-style horse show for IHSA alumni from around the country, took place in June at Briarwood Farm in Ringoes, New Jersey. At the exhibitor cocktail party, sponsored by the IHSAA, the top six hunt seat alumni with the
By Carter Anderson Have you ever wondered what the judge is looking for? Stephanie Cumming has been judging collegiate meets for eight years and has a specific process when choosing the winner. If she’s not in the judge’s booth, you can find Stephanie running her business, Pecan Lane Farm, based in Bishop, Georgia. Her background
By Lindsay Brock As show jumping riders reach the culmination of their junior careers, they face one of the most important decisions they’ll ever make. It’s a decision that molds their future, not only as an equestrian, but also as an adult. That decision is whether to step out into the sport they love as
2015 IHSA National Championships are being held April 30–May 3 at the Eastern States Exposition in Springfield, Massachusetts. (Photo credit: Alistaire Ruggiero) The morning of April 30, 2015, at The Big E (Eastern States Exposition) in Springfield, Massachusetts, the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Nationals were underway.
Wednesday, May 15 2013 by Editor
Fairfield, CT — (May 14, 2013) – Only twice in the 40-year history of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association National Championships have two hunter seat teams tied for the Collegiate Cup overall high point title: 1980, when Southern Seminary College tied with SUNY Stony Brook, and 1989, when Colby-Sawyer College tied with Pennsylvania State University. Add 2013 to that short list. St
Thursday, November 29 2012 by Editor
Fairfield, CT—November 27, 2013— In 2009, the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association launched a partnership with the United States Hunter Jumper Association with the goal of benefiting all members and increasing awareness of the hunter/jumper sport. “IHSA coaches and riders represent an important demographic,” said USHJA President, Bill Moroney, when the then-new partnership was saluted during the IHSA National Championships at the Kentucky Horse Park