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SEPT 2016


U.S. Pony Club East Coast Championships July 27-31 • Tryon International Equestrian Center, NC


Rebecca Nichol rode on the fourth place Delmarva Training Level eventing team.


Taylor Gibboney rode on the Maryland Region’s second place Beginner Novice eventing team.


Claire Lokken of the Delmarva Novice eventing team


Capital Region Junior Quiz Team of Ariana Dickey, Jenna Rothenberg, Abby Rowe and Gretel Frew fi nished in fourth place.


Lillian Howard and Fox Cleopatra jumped for the Delmarva Region in Developing Horse and Rider.


Emily Kubrak and Flyin’ High riding for Delmarva in Developing Horse and Rider


Maddie Davis and King Congo show jumping for the Capital Region’s Introductory show jumping team


Audrey


Pelczar and


Cincinnati Jack from the Delmarva Region about to start their show jump round


Haley Rudacille and String Bean competing for the Maryland Region in Introductory show jumping.


Mitch Walker, Gabriella Thompson, Madeleine Wallach, Karlee Duda and Mackenzie Grove made up the Capital/ Virginia Developing Horse and Rider show jumping team that fi nished third overall and fi rst in Horse Management.


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Reagan Crowley fi nished eighth in the Intermediate Girls division of tetrathlon for the Capital Region.


Jenna Killeen and Emily Kubrak competing for the Delmarva Region


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Karlee Duda of the Capital Region show jumping third place Developing Horse and Rider team


Daniele Chrisler, Audrey Rapp, Stephanie Usselman and Lexi Katzman were on the second place Senior D Quiz team for the Maryland Region.


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