facebook twitter flickr you tube pinterest
 
Academics

News and Events

Otterbein Equine Dressage Team named Reserve Champion at National Championship

Coach Kari Briggs earns Coach of the Year Award
"Otterbein University’s equestrian team finished as the Reserve Champion team at the Intercollegiate Dressage Association National Championship horse show held on April 12-13 at Averett University in Danville, Va. Coach Kari Briggs also received the Teresa L. McDonald Coach of the Year Award."
/ read the article

The Equestrian Team is headed to NATIONALS!
The Otterbein Hunt Seat team has earned a coveted spot at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association National Championships being held May 1-4, 2014 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

After finishing 2nd in Region 2, Otterbein went on to have two riders qualify for the National Cahmpionship. Sophomores Mackenzie Majeskie of Carlisle, Pa, and Kayla Bean of Delaware, Ohio, will be the Huntseat representatives heading to the National Championship.

McKenzie Majeskie









Sophomore Mackenzie Majeskie, of Carlisle, Pa., member of the Otterbein Huntseat team.







Kayla Bean


Kayla Bean of Delaware, Ohio, member of the Otterbein Huntseat team.




2014 Summer Equine Camps

Back by popular demand! These camps fill up fast so register soon. See all summer camps.

Students' 2012 Summer Experiences
Savannah Byrne and Julia Spatt had a great summer showing Otterbein horses. Check out their stories!

Otterbein Dedicates Austin E. Knowlton Center for Equine Science
Otterbein University dedicated the Austin E. Knowlton Center for Equine Science on Saturday, September 22, 2012. 

A $1.5 million gift from the Austin E. Knowlton Foundation, Inc. in Cincinnati earlier this year secured the naming rights of the facility on behalf of its horse-loving founder, who died in 2003.

“We deeply appreciate this gift from the Austin E. Knowlton Foundation, which will allow us to ensure that our facility adheres to the highest standards in the industry for years to come,” said Sheri Birmingham, chair of equine science. “In addition to physical maintenance, this gift will allow us to grow and maintain our sustainability and community outreach programs, which have served as the foundation for meaningful partnerships with local citizens, schools and organizations over the past three years.”

Learn more about Mr. Knowlton and his generous gift here.

Equine Students Bust a Move at Collegiate Horse Show
The Otterbein University Equine Studies students busted out a flash mob during a collegiate horse show! See it here.

Newsletters

Below are links to pdf files of our department newsletter.

/ Department of Equine Science

The Austin E. Knowlton Center for Equine Science is located at 600 N. Spring Rd., Westerville. Mapquest directions.

At the Knowlton Center

Wendy Hovey, Administrative Assistant
p / 614.823.3020
f / 614.823.1585
e / whovey@otterbein.edu

On Campus
Donna Rhodeback, Administrative Assistant
p / 614.823.1517
f / 614.823.3042
e / drhodeback@otterbein.edu

/ Virtual Tour

Visit the Knowlton Center for Equine Science in Otterbein's Virtual Tour.

/Also see...