We will return once again to the Brazos County Expo Center in Bryan, Texas. Additional details available as the event gets closer.
There’s nothing quite like a Special Olympics equestrian competition! Equestrian helps develop coordination, balance, fitness, discipline and is a life-long recreational activity. Athletes may compete English or Western style riding, and well as individual and drill team events. Together, horse and athlete can achieve grace, courage and greatness that neither can alone. The bond between athlete and animal is inspiring to see. Be a fan of joy!
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Out of safety concerns for athletes, coaches, volunteers and spectators at Special Olympics Texas practices, events and competitions, Special Olympics Texas prohibits the operation or use of drones, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or unmanned aerial systems (UASs) for photography or other use during our practices, events and competitions.