Dr. Debra Marie Powell is the new Program Manager for Hocking College’s Equine Sciences program.
NELSONVILLE, Ohio—Two of Hocking College's long-serving horses rode off into the sunset last week to begin their retirement.
NELSONVILLE, Ohio – Hocking College broke ground on a new approximately $2 million equine arena Thursday evening, Feb. 20, 2020.
The 30,000 square foot building will be built on the school’s Nelsonville campus in what is now an overflow parking lot.
Site work will begin immediately, and construction of the building itself is expected to finish by the end of the year.
Planning for the building began last year, and Hocking College Chief of Staff Jeff Daubenmire said when people drive into campus, the massive structure will be the first thing they see.
Hocking College's Equine Program Manager, Bethany Siehr, recently competed and placed in the third annual Thoroughbred Incentive Program National Championship.
Overall, some 500 thoroughbreds competed in a total of 26 divisions comprising English Pleasure, Western Pleasure, Dressage, Western Dressage, Hunters, and Jumpers.
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Hocking College’s newest Equine Science Program Manager, Bethany Siehr, admiration for horses began in grade school when a fellow student she befriended invited her to go riding.
Last month there was an addition to the Hocking College family in the form of a new female baby foal. At approximately 1 a.m. on Tuesday, April 9, Blue became a dam when she gave birth to filly, Saphira, at the Hocking College horse stables. Saphira's registered name is Out of The Blue.