National Horseman article highlights rich history at William Woods University
Why is having a full equine science education important? A question posed by Betts Coup at the beginning of her 9-page article published in National Horseman last month titled “The Equestrian Studies Program at William Woods University: Tradition and Evolution.” The article explores the rich history of the equestrian science degree at William Woods University […]Read More...
September 11th, 2017
Posted in Leaders
Student Q&A: George Morris Clinic Recap
Vonla Glassman riding Chip at the William Woods University George Morris Clinic, April 28-30. From April 28-30, world-renowned clinician and Olympian George Morris visited William Woods University last month to conduct a clinic for riders starting age 14 through adult, including William Woods equestrian students. Junior Vonla Glassman helped organize and prepare for the clinic, […]Read More...
June 26th, 2017
Posted in Equestrian Studies At Work, Equine Culture
Equestrian Teaching Techniques
Think about the great riding instructors and teachers you’ve had throughout your life. Chances are, they gave a lot more thought to how you learn than you knew. There are so many things to consider when pursuing a career teaching riding and building a riding curriculum — age, specialization area, discipline, ability level, and more. According […]Read More...
June 5th, 2017
Posted in Education + Therapy