It’s been quite the year for the equestrian programs at William Woods University. Between clinics, shows, competitions, student events, and events for the community, bachelors in equestrian students had a busy year. The Center for Equine Medicine hit the ground running, and all five equestrian teams took home several impressive team and individual awards. “I’m […]Read More...
April 27th, 2016
Just as schoolwork seems to be winding down, equestrian organizations at William Woods University are heating up. Bachelors in equestrian studies students have a busy schedule this month to cap off the year, including home shows in Fulton, and shows from Missouri to Tennessee. “We are wrapping up a fantastic year with four major shows, […]Read More...
April 22nd, 2016
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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