It’s only been their second year at Oakland as an official club sport but the Oakland University Equestrian Team has already begun to be a serious competitor for other intercollegiate teams. Four members have won enough points and are now qualified to compete in regionals which will take place in Findlay, Ohio on March 25.
For more information visit the OUET’s website at www.ouet.net
Related Online Articles**:
Landry, Donna. “The Bloody Shouldered Arabian and Early Modern English Culture.” Criticism 46.1 (2004): 41-69.
MacConnell, Christine. “Horse Sense” Cincinnati Magazine 37.9 (2004): 42-5
Norment, Lynn. “Female Equestrians” Ebony 69.10 (2006): 58-60, 62.
Related Books in Print at Kresge Library:
Blakely, James. Horses and horse sense: the practical science of horse husbandry Plano, Tex.: Republic of Texas Press, 1997.
Equestrian facilities in state parks & state forests. Lansing, Mich.: Parks and Recreation Division, 1996.
Feldman, Jane. I am a rider. New York: Random House, 2000.
Jahiel, Jessica. The complete idiot’s guide to horseback riding. New York: Alpha Books, 2000.
Other Interesting Resources:
Rebecca Wyatt. “Equestrian club has successful first season”. The News @ OU Student News. (25 Apr. 2006)
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