Do Do you know someone interested in collegiate riding?
Equestrian Talent Search can help.
Weekend clinics educating high school / middle school riders and parents about opportunities in college riding, including IHSA, NCAA, scholarship opportunities, etc. Events involve mounted clinics taught by college coaches, classroom seminars about college selection and recruiting, help making contacts with colleges, and a horse show in the collegiate format with feedback from the judge.
We help college coaches find riders, and riders find the right colleges.
Recent ETS graduates are now riding – many with scholarships – at Texas A&M, Xavier, Virginia Intermont, Sweet Briar, Kansas State, Baylor, Vanderbilt, Cornell, Southern Methodist, South Dakota State, Delaware State, Findlay, Hollins, Otterbein, Lynchburg, Sweet Birar, Bridgewater, Mount Holyoke, Delaware Valley, New Hampshire, Kentucky, Charleston, Lake Erie, Miami, Colorado College, New Mexico State, TCU, Stonehill, Virginia Tech, Virginia Intermont, Centenary, Alfred, Penn State, Lafayette, Delaware, Skidmore, Goucher, St. Andrews, Berry, and many others. Many have earned scholarships!
EQUESTRIAN TALENT SEARCH wants to do for high school riders what football and basketball coaches camps have done for those sports. “Combines” allow young athletes to be taught, seen, and evaluated by college coaches in intensive weekend instructional / competition clinics. Equestrian Talent Search is the clearing house for young riders and their parents to get information to help them understand exactly what college equestrian is about, how to become involved, and how to find a program that is a good fit.
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Upcoming clinics include
July 19-20, 2014 – at Randolph College, Virginia
July 26-27, 2014 – at Otterbein University, Columbus, Ohio
September 13-14, 2014 – at Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts
September 27-28, 2014– at Delaware Valley College, Pennsylvania
November 8-9, 2014 –at St Andrews University, North Carolina
January 17-18, 2015 – at Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts
More to be added - Check FACEBOOK page and click on "events" for latest dates, or follow @jimarrigon on twitter!