Miami University Equestrian

The progress of Miami University Equestrian

Welcome, New Staff!

Summer is flying by at Miami University, and down at the Equestrian Center July has brought some staffing changes along with it’s typical hot, sunny weather!

Last week we said goodbye to two of our interns, Amanda Wasser and Caroline (Rosie) Buiel. Amanda and Rosie were wonderful colleagues who spent their 2 year internship with us dedicated to the care of the horses and students. They are both excited to move on to other challenges and opportunities as their internship with Miami comes to an end.

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Amanda Wasser and Buckle

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Rosie Buiel

Thank you Amanda and Rosie for all you have done!

This week, we welcomed our two new interns, Ashley Dowler and Carlo Costanzo. Both Ashley and Carlo are recent graduates of Miami and both were active members of the Equestrian team while they were in school.

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Ashley Dowler and Carco

During her time at Miami, Ashley earned a degree in Strategic Communication and Professional Writing. She grew up riding hunters in the local area and is excited to continue working and riding at Miami.

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Carlo Costanzo and Half Pint

Carlo graduated with a degree in Liberal Studies in Natural Science and Mathematics. He began his riding career at Miami and is looking forward to continued work at the equestrian center.

We welcome Ashley and Carlo and wish them the best of luck in their new roles!

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