Freshman Daisy Freund rode her way to 11th place out 29 total riders in the Equestrian Cacchione Cup National Finals at Ohio this past Thursday and Friday.
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Dartmouth equestrian's two eight-person teams placed fourth and eighth out of 14 teams at Saturday's New England Classic held at Dartmouth's Morton Farm. Mount Holyoke's two teams placed first and second at the show.
The Dartmouth equestrian team placed second out of the eight Ivies during the annual All-Ivy competition held at Dartmouth's Morton Farm on Saturday. Brown won the All-Ivy title.
Dartmouth equestrian excelled in Regional competition Saturday, as five Big Green riders qualified in their individual classes to compete at Zones on April 9 for a spot at Nationals.
Dartmouth equestrian held out its narrow lead in overall points during the last three shows of the season, winning the region for the first time under coach Sally Batton. As a result, the Big Green has earned a trip to Zone Championships on April 9 for a team spot at Nationals.
The Dartmouth equestrian team dominated its last show of the fall season winning by four points at the University of New Hampshire's home show on Sunday and bringing home seven first-place individual finishes.
The Dartmouth equestrian team placed third out of nine total teams Saturday during a home show held at Morton Farm. The University of Vermont won and Mt. Ida placed second at the show. Dartmouth lost its overall season lead in the region with UVM pulling ahead by two points.
The Dartmouth equestrian team ended its winning streak this weekend, placing third overall at the Mt. Ida show Sunday. Dartmouth was one point behind the University of Vermont, who claimed second place. The High Point College was the hosting college, Mt. Ida.
Dartmouth equestrian pulled out another strong performance Saturday at Colby-Sawyer riding to a co-champion finish with their main rival, the University of Vermont. Dartmouth is only two points behind UVM in the overall season standings, the closest competition that UVM has faced in four years.
The Dartmouth equestrian team began their season strongly in the first two shows of the season with a second place finish last Saturday at the University of Vermont and a win Saturday, Oct. 2, at home.
Dartmouth equestrian's two eight-person teams took home fifth and sixth in the postseason New England Classic held Saturday at Dartmouth's Morton Farm. Mount Holyoke College placed first out of the 17 participating teams.
Dartmouth equestrian had four riders qualify to compete in Zones at the post-season regional competition held at Dartmouth's Morton Farm Sunday. This strong showing followed the team's third-place win at the Colby-Sawyer show Saturday.
The Dartmouth equestrian team took home the Reserve Championship at both the Bates-Bowdoin meet held March 6, and at the Mt. Ida meet March 28. At both shows they placed second out of nine teams with the University of Vermont winning Bates/Bowdoin and UVM and Mt. Ida tying for first at Mt. Ida.
Dartmouth Equestrian placed fourth in the Ivy League Championship show held last Sunday at Cornell. Dartmouth finished only two points behind third-place Princeton, while Cornell had a home victory followed by Brown in second place.
Last Saturday, the Dartmouth Equestrian team rode well at the New England Classic held at Morton Farm.
Lindsay Clayton '04 and John Olsen '05 qualified for Zones in open fences and walk/trot/canter, respectively, in Saturday's competition at Morton Farm.
The Dartmouth equestrian team captured the championship at its home show at Morton Farm last Saturday.