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IHSA ZONE 2 - REGION 1

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So many IHSA teams decorate their step stools with Rochester Institute of Technology no exception. Their mascot is the Tiger and there are tiger paw prints complimenting the orange and black colors. Sitting on the RIT step stool is Alexis Mildren, the only undergraduate member of the Tigers to qualify for Region 1 Regionals during the fall of 2022. The sophomore from Maryland is qualified in limit flat. RIT head coach Gail Miller (on left) owns and operates Lehman Farm in Pittsford, which is not only the annual site of four Region 1 fall hunter seat shows but has also has turned out many IHSA riders spread all around the country.


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Hobart and William Smith Colleges have one rider qualified for Regionals headed into the first hunter seat show of the new calendar year on February 18th. She is Saoirse Higgins - Corbett (pictured, whose first name is pronounced "Sir-Sha"), a sophomore from Geneva, New York who has clinched a ride at Regionals in novice equitation. Hobart was once an all-male school and William Smith was once all-female but in 1943 the two schools were officially merged (though the schools were in other ways associated with each other prior to that date).
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Seven Region 1 riders qualified for Regionals in the limit flat division during the fall of '22 including Danielle Dunn of Nazareth College (on right). Seen here with head coach Terese Bouchard the senior from Mexico, New York is one of three Golden Flyers who has already secured a place at Regionals. Nazareth is one of five schools in the region already over 100 points, sitting in fifth place with 122 headed into the Alfred show on February 18th.
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Through six fall shows Ithaca College holds fourth place with 136 points. Anna Riley of the Bombers (pictured) is one of four Region 1 riders to qualify for Regionals not once but twice during the fall, the sophomore from Fairfax, Virginia pointing out of both limit classes. When this photo was taken on October 23rd Riley won her intermediate fences class but was still riding in limit flat.
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From Dansville, New York, Madeline Shafer of Binghamton University gives a thumbs up after what she thought was a good ride in limit flat on October 23rd (Shafer placed second). The Bearcat junior is yet another of the many Region 1 riders qualified for Regionals in limit flat. Binghamton was close to region-leader Cornell through the first three shows but has been hampered slightly by the lack of an introductory rider at the first four events. Still the Bearcats are third overall with 185 points with two shows to go.
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The first two Region 1 hunter seat shows of the fall did not feature an open over fences class since there were fewer than three riders eligible to compete in that division. One of the riders who would have been eligible is Kayla Murray of Alfred University (on left, with her Mother), who leads the Region 1 open rider standings through six shows. From Port Jefferson Station, New York, Murray's 54 open points account for more than a quarter of the Saxons' 195 team points. Alfred trails Cornell by 22 points but the Saxons will be at home for the remaining two regular season shows on February 18th and 25th.
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On the Cornell University Athletics web site she is known as Alexandra Miranda but when the All-Ivy League Show Program was printed last April she was known as "Sasha" which is what her Big Red teammates call her. This photo dates from that All Ivy-invitational show, at which Miranda won her intermediate fences class. Cornell won the April 24, 2022 all-ivy 47-29 over Dartmouth College with Columbia a close third with 28. Fast-forward to October 23rd and the Big Red were again at the John T. Oxley Center in Ithaca and again the senior co-captain from Washington, DC won her intermediate fences. Cornell won on their home turf again, besting Alfred 44-30 in the first of two shows the Big Red hosted two Sundays apart (Miranda would point out of intermediate fences with a first on November 19th). If Cornell holds the lead through the two shows Alfred hosts the Big Red will capture their tenth hunter seat Region Title in program history.
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The Zone 2, Region 1 Smorgasbord
 

 Schools competing in Zone 2, Region 1 during the 2022-2023 school year: Alfred State College, Alfred University, Binghamton University, College at Brockport, Cornell University, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Ithaca College, Keuka College, Nazareth College, Rochester Institute of Technology and University at Buffalo.


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 Winter/Spring 2023 Show Schedule for Zone 2, Region 1:

westernSaturday, February 4 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 9:00AM 2 WESTERN ONLY

englishSaturday, February 18 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 9:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

westernSunday, February 19 Zone 2, Region 1 Western Regionals Hosted by Alfred University at the Alfred University Equestrian Center, also known as the Bromeley-Daggett Equestrian Center at the Maris Cuneo Horse Park, Alfred Station, NY Time TBA WESTERN ONLY

englishSaturday, February 25 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 9:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

englishSunday, March 5 Zone 2, Region 1 Hunter Seat Regionals Hosted by Cornell University at the John T. Oxley Equestrian Center, Ithaca, NY Time TBA ENGLISH ONLY

westernSaturday, March 18 WESTERN SEMIFINALS - DAY 1 Hosted by the University of Findlay at the University of Findlay Equine Animal Science Center, Findlay, OH Time TBA WESTERN ONLY

westernSunday, March 19 WESTERN SEMIFINALS - DAY 2 Hosted by the University of Findlay at the University of Findlay Equine Animal Science Center, Findlay, OH Time TBA WESTERN ONLY

englishSaturday, April 8 ZONE 2 ZONES Hosted by Skidmore College at the Van Lennep Riding Center, Saratoga Springs, NY Time TBA ENGLISH ONLY

englishwesternThursday through Sunday, May 4 - 7 IHSA NATIONALS at Alltech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, KY Time each day TBA ENGLISH AND WESTERN


Show Schedule subject to change.


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
2018 - Cornell University
2019 - Cornell University
2020 - Binghamton University
2022 - Cornell University

Western:

2011 - Alfred University
2012 - Alfred University
2013 - Alfred University
2014 - Alfred University
2015 - Alfred University
2016 - Alfred University
2017 - Alfred University
2018 - Alfred University
2019 - Alfred University
2020 - Alfred University
2022 - Alfred University

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