This year at the 77th annual Bridlespur Horse Show, Stephens College equestrian studies students once again made their mark, taking home many accolades. The event took place from April 11-13 at the National Equestrian Center in Lake St. Louis, Mo.
“We are beyond proud of our Stephens students who represented Stephens so well for us at the National Equestrian Center for the Bridlespur Horse Show,” said Program Coordinator Sara Linde Patel. “The teamwork and dedication to their horses and one another is truly inspiring.”
All of the horses are Stephens College horses, she said.
Ellen Erchul ’20 and The Red Hot Kid (pictured above) won the Three Gaited Ladies Qualifier and Championship.
Erica Boulden ’20 and Let’s Seal The Deal (pictured above) won the Open Pleasure Driving Qualifier and Championship. Boulden also won the Adult Academy Walk/Trot Horsemanship and Equitation classes riding Rivercard.
Kelsey Haney ’19 and A Cinderella Sequel (pictured above) won the Three Gaited Country Pleasure Limit. Haney also placed third in the Country Pleasure Three Gaited Championship; third in the Five Gaited Show Pleasure Adult Qualifier (riding Havana Rumba); and Reserve Champion back in the Championship.
Mallory Stacy ’19 was Reserve in the Open Park Qualifier and Reserve Champion in the Championship, riding Ridin' High.
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