St. Andrews Hunter Seat Team earns reserve high point status
Laurinburg, N.C. – The St. Andrews Presbyterian College Hunter Seat team earned reserve high point team status at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association competition held at the St. Andrews Equestrian Center on Saturday.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill finished first with 41 points while St. Andrews earned 39. The finish allows St. Andrews to maintain an eight-point lead in the region.
Audrey Bolte earned the high point rider position for the day ahead of North Carolina State’s Marion Price.
St. Andrews was helped by first place finishes by Shiloh Kowlowski in Walk Trot Canter, Tara Algeri in Novice Flat, Jodi Brinn in Novice Flat, Jenn Callahan in Novice Flat, Missy Hughes in Novice Flat, Audrey Bolte in Novice Over Fences, Kayla McBath in Intermediate Flat, Audrey Bolte in Open Flat and Rob Jacobs in Open Flat.
Second place finishes were contributed by Alex King in Walk Trot Canter, Leah Davison in Beginning Walk Trot Canter, Katie Mentzel in Novice Flat, Andrew Michael in Novice Flat, Keli Van Den Heuveal in Intermediate Over Fences and Kim Graves in Open Over Fences.
Third place finishes were contributed by Brittany Powell in Beginning Walk Trot Caner, Angela Gaskins in Advanced Walk Trot Canter, Sarah Jones in Advanced Walk Trot Canter, Paula Kramer in Advanced Walk Trot Canter, Kim Graves in Intermediate Flat, Andrew Michael in Intermediate Over Fences, Katie Hansen in Open Flat and Audrey Hayden in Open Flat.
Park Hoey, Katie Hanesn and Rob Jacobs added fourth place finishes while Alie McGraw earned a sixth place finish in their respective competitions.
St. Andrews will return to action on Nov. 14 at a competition hosted by the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
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