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Striving to prepare the Aggies of today

to be the Horsemen of tomorrow.

How to Become a Member



Texas A&M Horsemen’s Association is an organization that strives to make each of our members better horsemen! We aim to teach our members about various riding disciplines, educate about equine health and nutrition, and explore different career opportunities in the equine industry. No matter if you are a novice or an expert, come see what we’re all about! We are sure you will enjoy the ride!

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Membership Dues

Year Membership: $35
Semester Membership: $25 (per semester)
Member Dues include your membership to TAMU Chapter and the American Collegiate Horsemen’s Association (ACHA). Dues include a Horsemen's T-shirt designed and unique to the Association! Payment is due by October 8, 2021. 


All dues and merchandise will be purchased through Marketplace online. This year, we will accept dues being paid through marketplace or cash at the October meeting. If you purchase merchandise, please contact an officer to set up a time to meet with you to give you your order.

The link for the Horsemen’s Marketplace Page is


2021-2022 Officer Team

Special thank you to Crown B Photography for our beautiful officer pictures!

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Ashley Fuqua

Kristi Bolf 

Sierra Sebesta


Vice President


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Reagan Hoelscher

Kelsey Knutson

Katlyn Jumper

Director of Communications

Director of Finances

Director of Marketing

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Caitlin Acree


Chloe Stoever

Kayla Justiss


Graduate Student Advisor


Sarah Schobert


Point System

Texas A&M Horsemen’s Association has developed a point system to help keep track of members that attend meetings, socials and volunteering hours at events such as various horse shows and The Big Event. The top 2 members of the fall semester will be rewarded by receiving financial assistance to attend the National Convention. The top 2 members of the spring semester will be rewarded with a scholarship! Points are updated on the google document below.

Point System:

1 point per meeting

1 point per social event

1 point per social media post w/ #aggiehorsemens

3 points per hour at service events

Please click the link below to keep up to date on your current point standings!

Upcoming Events

Mark Your Calendar

Introduction Equine Faculty, Teams, & Clubs Presentation

September 8, 2021
6:30 PM 
Kleberg, Room 123

Department of Animal Science faculty representing the Equine Department and representatives from various equine-related teams and clubs will be joining us to share ways to get involved here at A&M. Not only is this a great networking opportunity, but also an awesome way to find out about programs you might not even know exist!

Guest Speaker from Granada Farms

October 6th, 2021
6:30 pm 

Kleberg, Room 123

For our second meeting of the semester, we will be featuring a speaker from Granada Farms. Granada Farms is the leader in the Texas Quarter Horse Racing industry. Check out their website by clicking the button below to learn more!  

Social Event: TBA

October 2021

Guest Speaker from TAMU Large Animal Hospital

November 3rd 2021

6:30 pm

Kleberg, Room 123

3rd general meeting information coming soon

Social Event: TBA

November 2021

General Meeting

December 1st, 2020
6:30 pm
Kleberg, Room 123

4th general meeting information coming soon

Social Event: TBA

December 2021


Our Events

Texas A&M University Horsemen’s Association is proud of its members and their involvement in the club, university, and community. We enjoy recognizing recent events that our members have participated in over the academic year.


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October 20-22, 2017

Brazos Valley Fair & Rodeo

Horsemen's Association will be teaming up with the Brazos Valley Fair and Rodeo to give members the chance to educate youth about Agriculture and Equine through a program called "AgLand". Check out The Battalion article! 

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Year 2019 and 2020

Meetings and Demos

We have multiple meetings and demos throughout the year both on campus and at Freeman Arena where the A&M horses are bred and boarded! We also have field trips to various equine locations! Twice a year we have a "Ride night" at Freeman Arena right before finals begin for a little break from school by riding some amazing horses!

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Every Fall and Spring Semester

Stock Horse of Texas

 Horsemen's Association is always willing and able to assist with the SHTX clinic and show twice a year in the Fall and Spring semester. Members help are able to help with many positions, such as the show office, gates, trail set up, and serve as scribes. We are especially proud of the Texas A&M Ranch Horse team who continually pour their hearts into their horses and their team!


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The Big Event

The Big Event held once a year where we help out around the Bryan/ College Station area, along with hundreds of other organizations from Texas A&M. Thank you to all of our members who came out to help serve the community!


American Collegiate Horsemen's Association


What is ACHA?

American Collegiate Horsemen's Association 

ACHA is the national organization that represents Horsemen’s Associations of universities and junior colleges across the country. Our mission is to unify collegiate horsemen of all levels and disciplines through the promotion of leadership, education, and community service. Our efforts to fulfill our mission include hosting an annual national convention, recognizing outstanding individuals within local chapters as Horseman of the Month, and partnering with national equine organizations to provide quality education opportunities to collegiate horsemen.

National Convention 

2019 Convention

The 2019 National convention was held in Charleston, South Carolina. Students toured Middleton Farms, a carriage ride facility and took guided tours in Charlotte, and visited Mullet hall where they got detailed information about the history of Marsh Tacky’s as well as a farrier demonstration. They were networked with equine professionals in marketing, saddle fitting, hippotherapy, mounted shooting, and breeders.

A special congratulations to some of our members who were elected as ACHA National Officers! Kortini Langlinais as Vice President and Zachary Wilson as Director of Communications.  

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Have a question?

Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question or are confused about something? Check to see if one of your questions is answered on here! If not, please feel free to email us with whatever question you may have, and we will get back to you as soon as possible! We're here for you!


Do I have to own a horse to be a member?

Absolutely not! In fact, many of our members do not currently own their horse. We hope that offering plenty of networking contacts to our members that would like to ride or eventually own a horse, are able to reach out and accomplish those goals.

Are there any requirements that I must fulfill to join the club?

The only thing that we require of future members is that you have an interest in horses! As long as dues are paid, there are no other requirements.

Can y'all help me find a stable for riding lessons specific to my riding level?

Yes! Email us with a description of your riding background, what style you prefer to ride in, and budget! We would be more than happy to help you with finding a stable in the area!

Do I have to be in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and an undergraduate student to join?

Not at all! Our membership is open to students in any major. Graduate and Undergraduate students are welcome to be members with us!

To learn more about TAMU Horsemen's Association, reach out today.

Contact Us

Interested in becoming a member or simply have questions about TAMU Horsemen's Association? We’d love to hear from you, so don’t hesitate in reaching out today. 
Thanks and Gig'em!

College Station, TX, USA

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Virtual Show Patterns


2020 Aggie Horsemen's Virtual Show

Any and every Equestrian is Welcome!

Class List: 

Ranch Riding 

Ranch Reining 

Ranch Trail Freestyle 


Hunt Seat Equitation 


Judge: Rebecca Halvorson 

Judging Cards- AQHA, APHA, NSBA, WCHA, former Texas A&M Horsemen's Officer+ A&M Horse Judging Team member! 

Important Dates

Open: Friday, March 12

Closed: Sunday, March 28

Scoring due by Thursday, April 1st

Final Results posted Friday, April 2nd


FAQ for Aggie Horsemen's Virtual Show

  • Do I have to ride the same horse in each class to be eligible for an award?  No, points per class are totaled by the rider for the high-point award. 

  • How do I know what division to enter? Youth is 18 & under. Walk/Trot are for those new to showing or have green broke horses. Open is for seasoned competitors. 

  • Where can I see the pattern for my class? Patterns will be posted on our website and Facebook pages soon!

  • Will classes be judged by specific rules? The Aggie Horsemen's Virtual Show will follow the AQHA rulebook. 

  • Do bits need to follow AQHA rules? Equipment and rules judged by AQHA standards. 

  • Am I allowed to do multiple takes for a run and send in my best one? Absolutely! Please only submit ONE video per class.

  • How should I set up my camera? There will be an "X" on the pattern where your camera should be placed.

  • Am I required to wear show attire? (hat/ helmet, chaps etc) Dress for success! Western: Long-sleeved shirts, jeans, belt (minimum). English: Breeches, polo/show shirt, belt (minimum). Full show attire is welcome! 

Horse in Stable

Registration for Virtual Show

Registration for the Aggie Horsemen's Virtual Show is now open!

Please read carefully:

Registration, video uploads, and judging will take place on Payment will be entered on the TAMU Marketplace website, which will be linked in the confirmation email from SaddleBook. Please note that only paid entries will be judged!

- Click “Sign Up” to create a profile with SaddleBook, or “Sign In” if you have a profile

- Click “Get Started” to create a new entry

- Select classes (do not cross-enter divisions)

- The last screen will say “Pay Now - Amount due $--”

- At this point, continue to TAMU Marketplace website. Select “All Day Discount” if you entered all 6 classes in your division. If you entered 5 or less classes, select each individual class. The All Day Discount will not be able to be applied after payment.

- Enter payment information.

- When you are ready, log into your profile to upload your videos by March 28th!!

Patterns can be found at: by scrolling all the way to the bottom, or on the TAMU Horsemen’s Facebook page as well!