Intermountain Equestrian Center
More than 1,000 athletes, several hundred coaches and many more family members have gathered in Billings for one of the year’s biggest sports events.
Rocky Mountain College junior Josh Tishman, of Bedford, N.Y., has qualified for the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Western Regional show after competing in three western shows Dec. 2-3 at Utah State University.
The light gray Stetson was enough to make people call Leon Shelton "the old cowboy."
Leon Shelton, a 100-year-old with one leg, gets help mounting a horse from the Rocky Mountain College therapeutic riding program at Intermountain Equestrian Center on Tuesday.
Leon Shelton, who had his 100th birthday in February, was game for a horseback ride arranged through Eagle Cliff Manor, where Shelton is a resident.
Leon Shelton, who recently turned 100, is guided by students in the Rocky Mountain therapeutic riding program on Tuesday at the Intermountain Equestrian Center.
A pilot program this summer has turned the Rocky Mountain College equestrian therapy program down a new trail.
Jason Romney from Utah State University turns his horse while competing in the Class 16 reining competition at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association regional tournament at the Intermountain Equestrian Center on Sunday. Romney won first place in the class.
Rocky Mountain College rider Kristin Dillehay uses the backside of an iPod Touch as a mirror while putting on lipstick before competing in the Class 12 intermediate horsemanship competition at the Intermountain Equestrian Center. Dillehay finished second in the class.
The Rocky Mountain College Equestrian Team will host a horse show beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday at the Intermountain Equestrian Center, 7265 Highway 3.
Eight riders astride horses rode slowly around the indoor arena Saturday, their every move watched by a single judge in the middle of the dirt floor.