Academic Showcase this weekend, Nov. 2-4. The showcase gives potential students
and parents an inside look at the equestrian division.
will remain open to visitors throughout the weekend.
the opportunity to visit with faculty members, tour the stables and learn more
about the equestrian program.
Disciplines—a WWU tradition. During the parade, WWU students will demonstrate
all four disciplines offered at William Woods. The parade will be held at 12:30
p.m. in the UPHA Arena.
Tiffany Wheeler will host a saddle seat clinic. Together, they have trained
numerous world and national champions. They were also the winners of the 2010
UPHA Young Trainer of the Year award. Tiffany Wheeler is a WWU graduate.
will be working with hunter/jumpers. Taylor is one of only two riders ever to
win the “Triple Crown of Show Jumping.” She also was part of the United States
Equestrian Team’s Gold Medal team at the 1979 Pan American Games in Puerto
Rico. Bower is a third-generation horsewoman who is known for her success in
transforming groundwork into success in the saddle.
equestrian majors, which include the country’s first bachelor’s degree in
equestrian science (added in 1972), an equestrian administration degree (added
in 1992) and the newly added equine general studies major.
the option to study equestrian art, leadership, media, therapeutic riding or
Equestrian Academic Showcase should contact the Admissions Office at Admissions@WilliamWoods.edu or by calling 573-642-2251 ext.