From Chester, New Jersey, Brown University sophomore Samantha Weinerman (on left) is all smiles after needing seven points and receiving seven points to qualify for Regionals in open fences at the Region 1 regular season finale hosted by the University of Rhode Island on March 12th. Brown University head coach Michaela Scanlon (on right) most recently saw Weinerman place second in both open divisions at the Ivy League Invitational in Ithaca, New York on April 24th.

The University of Rhode Island captured their first Region Title since 2017. URI won each of the fall shows and coasted to an appearance in the Zone 1 Zones team competition. One of the Rams to reach Zones individually is Lydia Maskell (pictured). A senior from Waddington, New York (near the Canadian border, she said), Maskell placed eighth in individual limit over fences on April 9th.
Seen here with head coach Nora Harris way back on September 21, 2019 at the Pre-Season Tournament of Champions invitational, Chloe Noyes of Roger Williams University (on right) also showed individually at Zone 1 Zones in South Hadley, Massachusetts on April 9th. From Manchester, New Hampshire, Noyes closed out her junior year with a third in individual open over fences that day.
From a coach named Harris to a rider named Harris. From West Hartford, Connecticut, College of the Holy Cross head coach Brittnay Sukis (on left) poses with the Crusader's Mary Grace Harris at the March 12th URI show. Harris's final ride as an undergraduate came on April 9th when she was third in individual limit flat at Zones.
Only once during the 2021-22 season did a rider from Assumption College win a blue ribbon and that rider is Elizabeth Chaclas (on left, with Greyhounds head coach Madeline Ostrow McCassey). A junior from Holden, Massachusetts, Chaclas took first place in her introductory class at the February 19th URI show which like the show on March 12th was also at Mystic Valley Hunt Club.
It appears Clark University had but one Regional Qualifier in 2021-22 and she is Anna Nosevich (on left). A junior from Northboro, Massachusetts, Nosevich pointed out of limit flat. However Nosevich is seen here on March 12th after having won an intermediate flat class. Clark head coach Rachel Miller (on right) is herself a former IHSA rider. As Rachel Beckner she rode for Morrisville State College in Central New York State at the start of the century.
Headed into the March 12th show when this photo was taken at Mystic Valley Kiara Spadafore of Johnson and Wales University (pictured) was already qualified for Regionals in both limit divisions. On April 9th Spadafore was fourth at Zones in individual limit over fences but later that day placed second in limit flat. The top two go on to IHSA Nationals so the Wildcat junior from Stirling, Massachusetts will compete in individual limit flat at IHSA Nationals in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on May 5th.
Two other Region 1 riders made the top two individually at Zones to extend their seasons to Nationals. Sarah Baker of Roger Williams (not pictured) won individual intermediate over fences while Alix Hamon of Brown University (pictured) was second in individual introductory equitation. Seen here at the Ivy League Invitational or All-Ivies in Ithaca, New York on April 24th, Hamon extended her season further than the other two on a technicality. The Brown junior from Sandia Park, New Mexico rides at Nationals on May 6th rather than May 5th. Since 2009 seven of the eight hunter seat individual classes are held during the first day or Thursday session of IHSA Nationals. The only individual class (not counting the Cacchione Cup) held during the Friday session is introductory, thus putting Hamon a day later.
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The Zone 1, Region 1 Smorgasbord

 Schools which competed in Zone 1, Region 1 during the 2021-2022 school year: Anna Maria College, Assumption College, Brown University, Clark University, College of the Holy Cross, Johnson & Wales University, Roger Williams University, Salve Regina University and University of Rhode Island.

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 Winter/Spring 2022 Show Schedule for Zone 1, Region 1 (Zone 1, Region 1 is currently Hunter Seat or English Only):

englishSaturday, February 19 University of Rhode Island (Host) at Mystic Valley Hunt Club, Gale's Ferry, CT 9:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

englishSunday, March 6 Johnson & Wales University (Host) at the Johnson & Wales Equine Center, Rehoboth, MA 10:00AM

englishSaturday, March 12 University of Rhode Island (Host) at Mystic Valley Hunt Club, Gale's Ferry, CT 9:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

englishSaturday, April 2 Zone 1, Region 1 Regionals at Mystic Valley Hunt Club, Gale's Ferry, CT Time TBA ENGLISH ONLY

englishSaturday, April 9 ZONE 1 ZONES at the Mount Holyoke College Equestrian Center, South Hadley, MA Time TBA ENGLISH ONLY

englishwesternThursday through Sunday, May 5 - May 8 IHSA NATIONALS at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center, Harrisburg, PA Time each day TBA ENGLISH AND WESTERN

Show Schedule subject to change.

Recent Region 1 Team Champions

1997 - Stonehill College
1998 - University of Connecticut
1999 - Stonehill College
2000 - Brown University
2001 - Brown University
2002 - Brown University
2003 - Brown University
2004 - Roger Williams University
2005 - University of Connecticut
2006 - University of Connecticut
2007 - Brown University
2008 - Brown University
2009 - Brown University
2010 - Brown University
2011 - Brown University
2012 - Brown University
2013 - University of Rhode Island
2014 - University of Rhode Island
2015 - University of Rhode Island
2016 - University of Rhode Island
2017 - University of Rhode Island
2018 - Brown University
2019 - Roger Williams University
2020 - Roger Williams University
2022 - University of Rhode Island

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