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 Western Team pages. You can also learn more about IHSA by visiting the National IHSA ​official website. 

 

Intercollegiate Dressage Association (IDA)

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


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 


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.