FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Dec. 18, 2018 – The Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) has selected Amanda Terbrusch as a 2019 media intern. IHSA Media interns gain practical experience assisting the public relations committee and the communications team.
Terbrusch hails from Ridgefield, Connecticut and is currently in her junior year of studies at the University of New Hampshire (UNH). She is pursuing a major in Communications and a minor in Equine Management.
Terbrusch grew up taking lessons and catch-riding hunters and jumpers. This is her third year on the UNH IHSA team and she rides in the Novice division on the flat and over fences. This fall, Terbrusch took on more responsibility when she was elected to be one of the UNH IHSA team captains. Terbrusch did not show as a junior, so she enjoys the opportunity to compete in the IHSA.
When not in school, Terbrusch spends her time as a working student and riding at JT Farm in South Salem, New York. As the IHSA media intern, she will be contributing to the IHSA featured riders, horses and alumni.
“I am super excited to get started with this opportunity," Terbrusch said.
If you are an IHSA student member interested in an IHSA media internship contact us at media@IHSAinc.com.
The IHSA is proud of its 10,000 diverse and dynamic members, alumni and our wonderful horses. We want to promote them. Do you know a horse, rider or alumni who you believe deserves some time in the spotlight?
Please submit a profile by following the instructions in our Featured Horse and Rider Submission Form and Featured Alumni Submission Form and sending it, along with high-resolution photos (check out the IHSA Photography Guide), to email@example.com.
Help us share the fascinating stories of the IHSA members, horses and alumni.
The Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA) welcomes men and women of all riding levels and offers individual and team competition in hunter seat equitation, Western horsemanship and reining at more than 400 member colleges and universities. Membership in IHSA means that college students can participate at horse shows regardless of their experience or financial status. Students compete at eight levels from beginner through advanced with suitable, provided horses, eliminating the expense of horse ownership. Founded in 1967 by Bob Cacchione, it is the oldest and largest intercollegiate equestrian organization with 10,000 members in 47 states and Canada. IHSA college and university team participation is represented through a variety of programs including varsity athletics, academic departments and club sports. IHSA offers valuable hands-on experience and professional development in multiple facets of the equine industry. Many IHSA teams participate in service projects, giving back to their communities. Through the IHSA, students enhance their college experience and develop the tools that help to build successful careers.