The SNU Western Equestrian Team...  competes in horsemanship and reining classes.  In the horsemanship classes, riders demonstrate each gate on the rail, and are then asked to execute a pattern to show their control of the horse.

typically takes place in small groups two or three times a week, depending on students schedules.  Riders are encouraged to spend time riding outside of practice, and instruction is nearly always available to hard working competitors.  Practice begins with a warm-up on the rail, and ends with pattern excecution.  These practices are instructed by the western coach, Megan Parker.

Clothing Includes...   traditional western clothing, a western hat, and chaps.  SNU Western riders compete against schools such as WTAMU, Texas Tech, NCTC, RCC, and OU.