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Intercollegiate Horse Shows Need

 Well-trained Horses

 

December 2010 Issue  

     Do you have a well-trained horse that you might volunteer the use of for college horse show competitors?

     College students, who participate in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association’s (IHSA) show circuit, compete on horses which are loaned for the day of the show.

     General requirements for English horses in flat classes are: able to walk calmly without jigging; able to pick up correct lead on the first try in the warm-up; must be able to halt within 4 strides from any gait; should not buck, rear, take off, or kick out at other horses passing; should be able to back easily; should be sound at walk, trot and canter; should not pull reins out of students’ hands.

     For a full description of the English Horse Requirements, visit the Extra News Section on Rocky Mountain Rider’s website: www.rockymountainrider.com

     For more information or to volunteer the use of your horse, contact Dr. John Xanthopoulos, University of Montana-Western , at 406-660-0558; email J-Xant@umwestern.edu.

 

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