Horseman of the Month
ACHA wants to recognize a Horseman of the Month. Does someone in your chapter consistently go above and beyond at club meetings, activities, and community service? It might be a new member that has become actively engaged in club activities or an older member that stepped up to take on new challenges. ACHA wants your chapter President to send a picture and a short write-up describing how your candidate exemplifies what it means to be a Collegiate Horseman! Please email submissions by the second Sunday of each month to ACHA President Mattie Willard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Madison Lovett – March 2018
Madison is a freshman at West Virginia University majoring in Animal and Nutritional Sciences. She was born in Pittsburgh, PA, but has lived in several states in her lifetime which has offered her tremendous valuable opportunities in her riding career. Madison rode her first horse on a dude ranch at four years old; from that moment on she was sold. By age five she was taking regular lessons, and by age seven she was showing in walk, trot classes. Madison is still showing and riding her Oldenburg gelding named Aspen in 3’3” Amateur Owner divisions. Through her education at West Virginia University, Madison hopes to improve her riding and horsemanship skills, as well as grow both personally and professionally. Madison joined Collegiate Horseman’s this year and has been an involved member since the beginning. She sets an example for her peers by readily volunteering for community service projects, fundraising projects, and more. Congratulations Madison!