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The Taylor Equestrian Team has been competing in IHSA (Intercollegiate Horse Show Association) shows for 40 years. Coached by Jenny Norton Schamber of Rope this Ranch, the riders learn and show hunt seat, an English style of riding.
Riders of all levels, both male and female, share a love for horses and a desire to increase their knowledge and ability of riding. We strive to glorify God through our riding and to exemplify Jesus Christ in our words, attitudes, and hard work. The team is open to all full-time Taylor University students, regardless of ability or horse ownership.
|Sept 10–11, 2022||Sierra Woods Farm, Zionsville, IN, hosted by Butler University|
|Oct 22–23, 2022||CharLu Farm, Brazil, IN, hosted by Indiana University|
|Nov 13–14, 2022||Saint Mary-of-the Woods College, Saint Mary-of-the Woods, IN, hosted by SMWC|
|March 4–5, 2023||Stonegate Farms, Coolville, OH, hosted by Purdue University|
Rope this Ranch is an English and western riding stable located less than 2 miles from campus. It has a spacious indoor and outdoor arena. The stables are owned and operated by Jenny Norton Schamber who has over 20 years of experience training horses professionally. Jenny rode for Taylor’s first equestrian team coach, T.J. Leblanc at JTL Stables, Marion, IN and went on to be a part of the Ball State Equestrian Team. She has competed in riding disciplines ranging from hunt seat to dressage to barrel racing to western pleasure. Jenny also works as the Assistant Director of the Counseling Center at Taylor.
9164 E 825 S
Upland, IN 46060
Barn visits are by appointment only and can be coordinated through the Admissions Office.
Equestrian Team Advisor
1846 Main Street
Upland, IN 46989
For show updates and announcements, follow the Equestrian Team on Instagram!
Apr 14, 2022
The Equestrian Team welcomes students both with and without experience. Students learn western and English riding and compete at their skill level in a...Read Article