​​​​equestrian student organizations

Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA)

Faculty advisers: 

Cindy Morehead, Western Team 

For more information view the IHSA English Team and the IHSA WesternTeam websites.  You can also learn more about IHSA by visiting the National IHSA ​official website. 


For more information, view The University of Findlay's IDA team page.


Horse Club

Faculty adviser: Robin Koehler

  • Who is eligible to participate? Any UF student interested in horses
  • What is the cost to the student? $10 dues/semester 

What type of activities does the club do? Each semester members participate in social activities such as: ice skating, volleyball, bowling, and movie night. Members also have the opportunity to attend horse-related events like Rolex, Dressage at Devon, Washington International Horse Show, Keenelend Racetrack, American Quarter Horse Congress, and Equine Affaire.


When/how often do you have meetings? Monthly, or as needed


Additional Information: Pilates for Equestrians is offered each semester through Horse Club.


UF Horsemen

Faculty adviser: Dr. F.D. McCarthy

Who is eligible to participate? Any UF student interested in horses

What is the cost to the student? $10 annual membership dues

What type of activities does the group do? Fundraisers, clinics, conventions, conferences 

When/how often do you have meetings? Twice per month, or as needed 

Additional Information: The UF Horsemen Club was created in affiliation with, and is under the direction of, the American Collegiate Horsemen's Association (ACHA).  Each college chapter joins on a national level to become more involved in the industry and become acquainted with future jobs within the field. UF Horsemen is the fastest growing chapter of the ACHA.  ​        


Block & Bridle

Faculty adviser: Dr. Brian Whitaker,  419-434-5394, whitaker@findlay.edu

The UF Block and Bridle Club became an official club (the first agricultural-related club on campus) on October 16, 2008.  B & B is open to students of all majors that are interested in animal science and equestrian studies.