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    12-29-2011, 08:59 PM
I'm at A&M now and our Equestrian Team has done very well in the past few years. I didn't try out because of the money and time commitments, but I have tried out for their Summer Horsemanship Clinic. You bring your horse up in the spring, get to board them at the arena for $40 a month and ride in mandatory biweekly sessions. Around spring brake you tryout to make the Internship and if you do you travel all over Texas with your horse and teach horsemanship clinics to different 4H groups. And you get paid :)

A&M is an amazing school. They offer an excellent Animal Science degree which I am going for now. If I take a few extra class I can also minor in Business!
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    12-29-2011, 10:48 PM
Thanks everyone! I spent a few hours online today looking at stuff and I think it's not so unrealistic for me to possibly make an NCAA team :) I think I'm also going to be going to watch a competition in a month or two to see what they're all about.

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