Miami University Equestrian

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Hunt Seat At Ohio University

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February 21st Miami’s Hunt Seat team traveled to Ohio University for their last regular show of the season at Stonegate Farm. Not letting the snowy conditions stop them, volunteers and coaches helped shuttle the visiting teams up the hill to the farm as the charter buses could not make the slippery drive. A very special thank you to those great people! Overall, Miami ended up in third place after a week long of frigid temperatures. High spirits and great riding allowed for many blue ribbons to make the ride back to Oxford.

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Senior Kayla Akers with her mom

Blue Ribbons:

Alex Roe- Intermediate Fences

Liz Berman- Intermediate Fences

Rachel Flake- Novice fences

Ashley Dowler- Novice Fences

Jessi Thorne- Novice Fences

Charlotte Tate- Open Flat

Kayla Akers- Intermediate Flat

Taylor Myers- Open Flat

Madison Enderson- Advanced Walk Trot Canter

Abby Postle- Intermediate Flat

Sydney Walsh- Novice Flat

Helena Kervinen- Novice Flat

Mallory Myers- Intermediate Flat

Tyler Miles- Walk Trot – First blue ribbon!!

High Point Rider- Taylor Myers

Reserve High Point Rider– Abby Postle

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Sisters, Taylor and Mallory Myers

The Hunt Seat team ended up second in the region behind Otterbein after a long battle down to the wire for the chance to move onto Zones. Congratulations to all on a wonderful show and season overall! Next up, Zones at Morehead State University.

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Kelly O’Bryan

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