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The Equestrian program features a 300 acre state of the art equestrian center, and has fielded regional and national championship teams with IHSA, USEF, NCHJA, IDA

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Greensboro Fall Show Oct. 11 - 13

Carolina Starz Sept. 20 - 22

October 11 - 13, Greensboro

Show Team at Greensboro Fall Show
Greensboro, N.C.
October 11- 13, 2013

Freshman Amy Wrozek rode her own horse "Code Red" to a pair of seconds on Saturday and a pair of first places on Sunday in the 3'6"-4' jumpers, having a successful first horse show with the St. Andrews Show Team, as well as her first show with her horse since May.

Freshman Marissa Azua and St. Andrews' "Kilfinnae" brought home 2 second places and a third in the Walk/Trot/Canter division on Sunday, as well as a fourth place in the Intercollegiate class on Saturday.

Senior Keli Van Den Heuvel had some great rides learning the ropes on St. Andrews' "Cynasure", a new addition to the Equestrian program this year. She piloted him to several third and fourth place ribbons in the pre-adult hunters.

Freshman Grace Wadford rode St. Andrews' "Allegro" to a first, second, and 2 thirds in the pre-adult hunters, making her Champion in the division on Saturday.

Junior Rachaell Dockery also was in the irons on "Allegro", earning a second and a sixth place in the Intercollegiate classes on Saturday, and a second and third place in the Sedgefield hunter classes Sunday afternoon.

September 20 - 22, Carolina Starz
Carolina Starz "C" Show
Camden, S.C.
September 20-22, 2013

Grace Wadford - Champion - Pre Child/Adult Equitation
Brianna Harrison - Reserve Champion - Adult Equitation

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