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Schools within Zone 2, Region 1 use their own stepstools for mounting purposes and many are decorated with school colors or other distinctive designs so no one accidentally walks away with the wrong one. Katharine Burke of Rochester Institute of Technology is seen here sitting on their stepstool after winning her IHSA debut which was in novice fences at the October 22nd season opener hosted by Cornell University. From Yardley, Pennsylvania, Burke ended the fall with 27 points (helped by two firsts) over five rides in the division. Through six fall shows RIT was in fourth place overall in the Region 1 hunter seat team standings.


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We are not sure if Madison Broad of the University of Buffalo (pictured) is putting on spurs or taking them off, but at least we know what the team stepstool looks like! Broad, a junior who is coincidentally from Buffalo, New York was second in novice fences and third in novice flat when this photo was taken at that same Cornell show. Broad has since qualified for Regionals in both divisions.
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She won this blue ribbon in intermediate fences on opening day and then did the same thing at the second show. From Medina, New York, Kelsey Evoy of Alfred University pointed out of intermediate fences at the October 28th RIT show. Three weeks later Evoy pointed out of intermediate flat at the November 18th Nazareth show. The Saxons scored a season-high 43 points at the November 19th Nazareth show to tie Cornell for high point team that day. Alfred University's hunter seat team goes into the winter break in second place.
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Riders who compete for the College at Brockport have won three blue ribbons in total during the fall shows. The most recent Brockport rider to win a class is freshman Danielle Messore (on left, with head coach Jolene Hasseler). A freshman from Greece, New York, Messore won her novice fences class at the November 19th Nazareth show to earn her first blue ribbon at the collegiate level.
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The State University of New York at Cortland fielded an IHSA team at some point in the 1970's and 1980's but until this season had gone over 25 years without placing a rider in an IHSA show. This changed on October 22nd, when Meghan Johansson finished second in the section of open fences that started the Cornell show that day. From Rochester, New York, Johansson is seen here with the red ribbon won to give SUNY-Cortland their first team points of the century. But the Red Dragons still had some fire in them that morning...
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...For their next rider in the ring did even better! SUNY-Cortland head coach Jordan Brown (on left) poses with Juliana Kalinsky a short time before the latter showed in intermediate fences. From Smithtown, New York, Kalinsky won that class to give the Red Dragons 12 points through two divisions. The Red Dragons went on to tie the University of Rochester for fifth place with (what is through six shows their top point total of) 30 points. However SUNY-Cortland's 30 was only four points less than reserve high point team Alfred's 34 that day. Not a bad start for a program that didn't exist within the IHSA since all their riders were born!
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Seen here with head coach Mimi Penfield, Lia Magnani of Binghamton University (on right) won her intermediate flat while placing second in intermediate fences at Cornell's second show of the fall on November 5th. From New Paltz, New York (where she trains with SUNY-New Paltz coaches Susan and Gary Clark during the off-season) Magnani was one of five Binghamton riders to win a class that day which helped the Bearcats earn a 39-38 win over RIT that day with host Cornell third with 34 points. Binghamton earned three of their top four team scores of the fall over the three most recent shows which also included a tie for high point with Cornell on November 18th.
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Madelyn May of Cornell University (on left) and Big Red head coach Joanna Novakovic are all smiles following May's win in open flat at the season opener on October 22nd. May won on a horse named "Cocu" (not pictured) who was taking part in his first IHSA ride. May was second in open fences earlier in the day and goes into the winter break in third place within the Region 1 hunter seat open rider standings. Cornell hosted and won the season opener with 45 points and would better that with 47 on October 29th. And oh yes the Big Red are nearly 40 points ahead in the hunter seat team standings with only two regular season shows remaining.
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 Schools competing in Zone 2, Region 1 during the 2017-2018 school year: Alfred State College, Alfred University, Binghamton University, College at Brockport, Cornell University, Elmira College, Hamilton College, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Ithaca College, Nazareth College, Rochester Institute of Technology, State University of New York at Cortland, University of Buffalo and University of Rochester.


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 Fall 2017 Show Schedule for Zone 2, Region 1

westernSaturday, October 14 Alfred University (Host) at the Alfred University Equestrian Center, also known as the Bromeley-Daggett Equestrian Center at the Maris Cuneo Horse Park, Alfred Station, NY 10:00AM 2 WESTERN ONLY

englishSunday, October 22 Cornell University (Host) at the John T. Oxley Equestrian Center, Ithaca, NY 8:30AM ENGLISH ONLY

englishSaturday, October 28 Rochester Institute of Technology (Host) at Lehman Farm, Pittsford, NY 8:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

englishSunday, October 29 Rochester Institute of Technology (Host) at Lehman Farm, Pittsford, NY 8:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

englishSunday, November 5 Cornell University (Host) at the John T. Oxley Equestrian Center, Ithaca, NY 8:30AM ENGLISH ONLY

englishSaturday, November 18 Nazareth College (Host) at Lehman Farm, Pittsford, NY 8:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

englishSunday, November 19 Nazareth College (Host) at Lehman Farm, Pittsford, NY 8:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

westernSaturday, December 2 Alfred University (Host) at the Alfred University Equestrian Center, also known as the Bromeley-Daggett Equestrian Center at the Maris Cuneo Horse Park, Alfred Station, NY 10:00AM 2 WESTERN ONLY


Show Schedule subject to change.


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Recent Zone 2, Region 1 Team Champions (This version of Zone 2, Region 1 was formed prior to the start of the 2010-11 season and contains schools previously found in Zone 2, Region 2, Zone 2, Region 3 and Zone 3, Region 3):

Hunter Seat:

2011 - Cornell University
2012 - Cornell University
2013 - Alfred University
2014 - Cornell University
2015 - Cornell University
2016 - Cornell University
2017 - Cornell University

Western:

2011 - Alfred University
2012 - Alfred University
2013 - Alfred University
2014 - Alfred University
2015 - Alfred University
2016 - Alfred University
2017 - Alfred University

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