WVU Potomac State College students attended the American Collegiate Horseman’s Association Convention, in Charleston, S.C. earlier this spring. Pictured from left: Kaelin Collage, sophomore, sustainable agriculture entrepreneurship major from Ridgely, W.Va.; Darian Bender, sophomore pre-veterinary medicine major from Buckhannon, W.Va.; Sydney Ibarra, senior business management major from Cumberland, Md.; Rachel West, junior business management major from Keyser, W.Va.; Kourtney Browning, freshman pre-veterinary medicine major from Keyser, W.Va.; Michaela Rupp, sophomore equine production and management major from Inwood, W.Va., and Assistant Professor and Equine Program Coordinator Jared Miller.
WVU Potomac State College students attended the American Collegiate Horseman’s Association Convention, in Charleston, S.C. earlier this spring. Potomac State College was one of 12 colleges attending the event hosted by Clemson University. Throughout the week, students participated in a welcome picnic on Folly Beach, attended professional speaker panelist sessions, toured Middleton Place Equestrian Center and Charleston via the Palmetto Carriage Works, and visited Mullet Hall Equestrian Center; and attended the closing banquet where Rachel West was sworn in as the 2019-2020 national secretary for the Association.
Rachel West, a junior, business management major at WVU Potomac State College, was recently elected as the 2019-2020 national secretary for the American Collegiate Horseman’s Association. West, from Keyser, W.Va., was sworn in during the banquet on the final evening of the American Collegiate Horsman’s Association Convention, held in Charleston, S.C., earlier this spring.