From elimination to national championship: Berry celebrates its ‘perfect’ IHSA Nationals win

BY LIZ CRUMBLY Editor It’s not common to hear a national championship coach and her team describing the experience of sharing the spotlight as “perfect.” That was the Berry College Equestrian Team’s general consensus about tying for a national championship this year with St. Andrews College, however. The Berry team members celebrated their IHSA (Intercollegiate … Read more From elimination to national championship: Berry celebrates its ‘perfect’ IHSA Nationals win

Two championships and counting: how SCAD came to rule IHSA huntseat riding

By LIZ CRUMBLY Editor The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Equestrian Team garnered its second consecutive IHSA huntseat team championship in early May in Lexington, Ky. with a whopping 16 point lead on second-place Mount Holyoke College. Head Coach Ashley Henry said defending last year’s championship was a priority for the Bees. “It was really … Read more Two championships and counting: how SCAD came to rule IHSA huntseat riding

‘To simple or to flying change?’ Southern riders answered skillfully in Cacchione Cup

FROM IHSA The 2016 USEF Cacchione Cup at the Kentucky Horse Park at the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association National Championships this past weekend ended with a work-off Shakespearean in its proportion. Riders representing two Southern schools made the call-back in which “to simple, or to flying change” was the question posed by judges Carole O’Brien … Read more ‘To simple or to flying change?’ Southern riders answered skillfully in Cacchione Cup

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