this weekend, Feb. 17 and 18, to educate another generation of WWU
“founding father” of hunt seat equitation.
within the equine industry. While an assistant trainer for George Morris, Cooks’
students and horses showed successfully at major horse shows across the United
States and internationally in Italy and Mexico. He also coached at the Pan
American Games in 2007.
gadgets, and likes to keep riding and training simple. Cook believes in
teaching the importance of following a system, being consistent and believing
that you can always improve.
written several articles about the sport and the industry, including a 28-month
series on starting a horse over fences for Practical Horseman magazine.
activity in the barns on the WWU campus as riders prepare their horses and
themselves to ride with this well-respected horseman.
It’s only the second clinic I’ve ever ridden in, and I think it’s going to be a
great way to kick off my last semester at William Woods,” said Heather McCasky,
a graduating senior.