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Hunt Seat Regionals Results

On Saturday March 12th, Hunt Seat riders Katie Schulze, Abby Postle, Tyler Miles, Emily Simanskis, Christina Romine, Kylie Fleming, Kelly O’Bryan, Ashley Dowler, Mallory Myers, Taylor Myers, Alex Roe, and Rachel McConnell all traveled to IHSA Regionals at Otterbein University.


Some of MUET’s Hunt Seat Seniors

In order to qualify individually for regionals, each rider must accumulate enough points to move up a level. All of these riders pointed up, and therefore competed at Regionals to earn the chance to move on to Zones.

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Alex Roe and Greggor

Here are some of the individual placings from the weekend:

Taylor Myers placed 2nd in Open Flat.

Abby Postle placed 1st in Intermediate Fences and 2nd in Intermediate Flat.

Alex Roe was 2nd in 2nd in Intermediate Fences.

Mallory Myers was 1st in Novice Fences.

Rachel McConnell was 1st in Intermediate Flat.

Emily Simanskis won the Advanced Walk Trot Canter.

Christina was 2nd in Advanced Walk Trot Canter.

Tyler Miles was 1st in Walk Trot.


Emily Simanskis and her mom after her winning ride!

The weekend was a huge success, and riders Mallory Myers, Alex Roe, Rachel McConnell, Emily Simanskis, Christina Romine, Tyler Miles, Abby Postle, and Taylor Myers are all moving on to Zone 6 Finals on April 2nd at Willowbrooke Farm in Plymouth, Michigan! Congratulations to all riders who competed!

This weekend, Lydia Yount and Sarah Laane travel to Findley to compete in Western Semi-Finals. Wish them luck!



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