Miami University Equestrian

The progress of Miami University Equestrian

It’s a Bird….It’s a Plane…..It’s a Hawk………

What have we been up to, you ask?  The hawks have been flying high and below is just a glimpse at all their hard work and success.

The weekend of July 7th & 8th MUET dominated in both Dressage at  a  show in Delaware, Ohio and at The  Hunter/Jumper Show  Robert Murphy in Kentucky at The Horse Park.

 

Lindsey Carmack riding Miami’s  Lexus scored a:     

First Level Test 2: 76% 

First Level Test 3: 67%         

Carrie Salmon riding her personal horse scored a:

Training Level Test 1: 74%

Training Level Test 3: 70%

First Level Test 1: 66%        

                                                                     

 

 

Kitty Sarosy riding Lui was Reserve Champion in the Amateur Owner Hunters at The Robert Murphy Show and  was 4th out of 20 in the C.B Lovell Memorial Trophy Class.

Katie Jordan on Miami’s Skeeter received a 6th in the Non-Pro Schooling Hunters out of  15 and an 8th out of 30 in the Intermediate Hunters demonstrating Skeeters newly learned lead change.

Kelsey Willimason and her horse Bo made their debut in the big hunter ring.  Bo is a green horse project for Kelsey and they had a very good performance. 

Another busy weekend July 21st and 22nd, Heather took a group to Windfall Horse Show in Goshen, Ohio.

   

 

Katie Jordan and Miami owned Skeeter received a first and 2 thirds in the baby green hunter over fences and a third in the hack.  Katie and Skeeter also showed in the Intermediate Adults receiving a first,third, and fifth over fences and a fifth in the hack.

 Taylor Laatsch showed her horse Ramiah in the Baby Green hunters, this was Ramiah’s first show of the season and they received a third and fourth over fences and a fourth in the hack.  Taylor also showed in the Intermediate Adult Equitation on the flat receiving a sixth place.

 Megan Chadwick rode Miami owned Jack and made her debut in the Limit Rider division. Megan and Jack received a third and fifth place over fences and a third in the limit hack.

 Miami alumni, Sloane Schottenheimer showed Miami owned Tanner and won the Combined Equitation over fences. They also received two-thirds in the Low hunter and finished out the weekend winning both adult over fence rounds on Sunday.

A horse show and a wedding!  Congratulations to Miami graduates, MUET alumni, and part of our Miami Equestrian Family Richard Gunther and Jennifer Collins.

The gates at the Equestrian Center may be closing as work begins but the door to the future is wide open!

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