When they came home from the October 30 U.S. Nationals Arabian/Half Arabian Championships in Tulsa last month, William Woods University equestrian teams carried with them several impressive accomplishments, including a National Championship trophy. The William Woods University Judging Team — comprised of two competition teams and seven learner judges, coached by Western Instructor Liz Haben […]Read More...
December 22nd, 2015
October and November are busy months for William Woods University Equestrian students. From before the sun rises to long after it sets, there is hustle and bustle in every barn, riding ring and tack room. On top of their coursework and prepping for colder Missouri days to come, students and faculty prepare for several shows. […]Read More...
December 17th, 2015
A study posted in the September volume of the journal Preventing Chronic Disease finds that working in one’s 60s and 70s is associated with better physical and mental health. Keeping active and remaining socially engaged has also proven to lead to a longer, healthier life. And it’s no different for senior horses. “However they start […]Read More...
December 4th, 2015
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