IHSA October 28-29 @ Auburn University

Western Show I Advanced Horsemanship: Liz Rasch 1st Place Intermediate Sec. 2: Abbie Emerson...
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Alabama Homecoming

Alabama Homecoming was a huge success! There were many activities from Paint the Town Red to the...
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Sept. 23 in Auburn

We had a great first IHSA Western Show finishing 4th as a team on both days. Team Captain Liz...
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Poist Represents UA at Equestrian Nationals

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Courtney Poist, a senior at The University of Alabama, recently became the...
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Zones 2017 is a wrap!  Courtney Poist is headed to Nationals in Open Equitation on the Flat and...
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The Alabama Equestrian Team is smoking hot!  We are on our last leg to qualifiy our riders for...
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The Alabama Equestrian Team traveled to Auburn University for Regionals on March 4, 2017.  A...
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Bob Cacchione, founder of the Intercollegiate Horse Association (IHSA),  envisioned the...
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Alabama Equestrian Home Show

What an exciting week at River Oaks Farm. Alabama Equestrian hosted it’s first home show February...
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Strong Finish! Amazing Riders!

The University of Alabama Equestrian Team concluded it’s  show season with top honors.  Our last...
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Team Information

The University of Alabama Equestrian Program started officially roughly 5 years ago as a Club Sport.  It has experienced tremendous growth in the last 2 years competing in the IHSA Division.  The mission and purpose of our program is to provide multiple venues for which all University of Alabama students can experience the benefits of riding horses.  That is why we provide a €Horseback riding class in the Kinesiology department through the School of Education.  We also have the UAET Hunt and western seat teams that provide the competitive experience for those who have are interested.  In the coming years, we hope to expand the equestrian opportunities to include polo.

My time as a rider on the University of Alabama Equestrian Program has dramatically shaped my professional skill sets as well as my work ethic. Trying to fit workouts, team practices, meets and my studies into a daily calendar quickly teaches anyone how to manage time and pinpoint priorities. I'm confident that when I graduate, I'll have a degree that will help me find a job and be ahead of others in understanding the importance of processing priorities.

Lindsey Cayce, Human Development and Family Studies major, Spanish minor, Class of 2018