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Equestrian students do well at Lake St. Louis show

November 19, 2013


Hunter Jumper riders from Stephens College competed at the National Equestrian Center at Lake St. Louis this past weekend.
The Irish Fox show was the last of the season and had an “enormous turnout,” said Sara Linde Patel, equestrian studies instructor.
“Our students competed in classes with 15 to 25 other horses and riders,” she said. “All of our students did a phenomenal job, and everyone placed in very large classes.”
Here are the results:
Junior Haley Upton and St. Skip's Prince were Champion in the Crossrail Hunter division out of six.
Freshman Ashley Noltkamper and Zinnia were Reserve Champion in the Schooling Hunter division on Sunday out of 17 horses. Noltkamper and Zinnia also received a 3rd and 4th place out of 26 horses on Saturday in the Schooling Hunter Division on Saturday.
Senior Michelle Humber and Tuba received a 1st place and a 6th place in the Schooling Hunter division out of 17 horses.
Sophomore Mallory Patton and Third Day received at 1st and a 3rd place out of six in the Crossrail Hunter division.
Freshman Lindsey Weir and Forte received several 2nd place placings out of six in the Crossrail Hunter division.
Junior Megan Hasemann received a 4th and several 5th places out of 17 in the Schooling Hunter division.
Junior Alex Hagelston and Randevu received a 4th and a 5th out of 17 in the Child/Adult Jumper division.

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