Stephens College Equestrian students last week attended the National Equestrian Center show in Lake St. Louis, a USEF rated show with entries from several Midwestern states.
Several took home first place awards.
Erin Cummings rode A Silver Charm to first place Amateur 3 Gaited and first place to Amateur 3 Gaited Championship.
Autumn Yokum rode KJM The Prodigal to first place in Morgan English Pleasure Open Championship and second place in Morgan English Pleasure.
Candis Miner rode Sir Elegante to third place in Academy WTC Equitation, second place in Academy WTC Horsemanship fourth place in the WTC Championship.
Delynn Uttecht rode Arrowhead's Dreamcatcher to third place in Amateur 5 Gaited and third place in Amateur 5 Gaited Championship.
Rachel Cummings rode Sir Steve to fifth place in 5 Gaited Show Pleasure.
Megan Klostermeyer rode Cool Down Papa to first place in 5 Gaited Show Pleasure and fifth place in 5 Gaited Show Pleasure Championship.
Gabrielle Zimmermann rode Man I'm Lucky to fifth place in ASB 3 Gaited Country Pleasure Adult and sixth place in the ASB 3 Gaited Country Pleasure Championship.
Megan Klostermeyer drove Neon Dion to third place in Hackney Show Pleasure Driving and fourth place in the Hackney Pleasure Pony Championship
Emily Payne rode Son's First Glance to two amazing rides in the English Pleasure Amateur.
"These ladies represented Stephens College Equestrian with amazing sportsmanship and grace," Assistant Professor Kelly Hulse said.
The next show is the UPHA Chapter 5 in Kansas City.
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