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Besides winning the Region 3 hunter seat Region Title for the fifth year in a row Cornell University also won the Ivy League invitational or All-Ivies for a second consecutive season. From Cincinnati, Ohio, Florence Shanley of the Big Red is seen here after having won both of her intermediate classes at the Region 1 fall 2017 season opener. Shanley was third in open flat at the All-Ivies in Etna, New Hampshire on April 21st, helping Cornell score 40 points to win a close one over host Dartmouth which was reserve with 37. The All-Ivies are limited to only the eight Ivy League schools (though for nearly a decade one Ivy school, Harvard, has not fielded an equestrian team).


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Alfred State College sent two riders through Semifinals to 2018 IHSA Nationals in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and the first of the two to compete was Alyssa Beardsley (pictured). From Silver Springs, New York Beardsley won the individual advanced western at the Hamburg, New York Semifinal on March 26th. She is seen here underneath the stands at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg after having placed ninth in the division at Nationals to close out her sophomore year.
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Seen here with head coach Gail Miller, Brenna Marine of Rochester Institute of Technology (on right) was one of two members of the Tigers to advance through to 2018 Zones 2 Zones. Seen here at Bergen Equestrian Center in Leonia, New Jersey where the Zones show was held, Marine placed seventh in individual novice over fences on April 8th to conclude her sophomore season. There is a chance that 2019 Zone 2 Zones might be at Lehman Farms, home to RIT and previously the location of 2015 Zone 2 Zones. Four of the six Region 2 fall 2018 hunter seat shows will certainly be at Lehman, with the other two at Cornell.
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Seen here with her Mother at Zone 2 Zones in New Jersey last April, Samantha Stamp (on right) was the only Alfred University hunter seat rider to make the top two at Regionals and advance to Zones. Stamp finished her four seasons at Alfred by finishing one place ahead of Marine in the individual novice over fences (sixth) at Zones on April 8th. Alfred will host two hunter seat shows in February 2019.
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Hobart and William Smith Colleges earned 126 points for the 2017-18 season, which put them inside the top ten of the Region 1 hunter seat team standings. From Avon, Connecticut, Sara Dolan (pictured) was one of three Hobart and William Smith riders to qualify for Regionals last season. Dolan went to 2018 Regionals in the intermediate flat division.
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Melissa Xia (on right, with head coach Mimi Penfield) was the only Binghamton University rider to compete at 2018 Zone 2 Zones. It should be noted that Xia showed not once but twice at Zones on April 8th. From Penfield, New York (did they name that town after the coach?) Xia finished her junior year with a sixth in individual open flat a few hours after having placed ninth in individual intermediate over fences at the Bergen Equestrian Center in Leonia, New Jersey. Xia finished ninth in the Region 1 hunter seat open rider standings despite being an intermediate fences rider early in the season.
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Kaitlin McPhee (on right) was a member of the Hamilton College equestrian team a few seasons back but today is the head coach for her alma matter. McPhee saw her walk-trot rider, Catherine McCutcheon (on left) win a blue ribbon at the fall 2017 opening day show hosted by Cornell last October 22nd. From Houston, Texas McCutcheon would be the only Hamilton rider to qualify for Regionals during the 2017-18 season.
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"Can I interest you in some stirups used at 2018 IHSA Nationals?" While Claudia Freeman of Rochester Institute of Technology did not say these words she is seen here underneath the stands at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg last May with a pair of stirups that were in fact in use at Nationals. From Webster, New York Freeman has qualified for the Cacchione Cup competition each of her first two years at RIT. It was more difficult to get to Nationals in 2018, as the top open rider in each region had to survive a Cacchione class at Zones to compete in Harrisburg for the big prize. Five riders competed in the Cacchione class at Zone 2 Zones and by placing second (she needed to be third or higher) Freeman moved on to the big, year-end show. Freeman also placed second in individual open flat at Zones on April 8th to become one of only two Region 1 hunter seat riders to compete in an individual class at 2018 Nationals.
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Her last name is pronounced 'Pea-Coe' but is spelled Picow. From Rochester, New York, Shaylee Picow of Alfred University (on right, with her Mother) is seen here near the mounting area at 2018 IHSA Nationals in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania last May 6th. A short time later Picow concluded her freshman year with eighth place in the individual intermediate western division. The Saxons had four individual western riders, an individual AQHA High Point Open Rider qualifier and a full western team at 2018 Nationals.
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Seen here holding "Douglas" during the 2017 All-Ivies show is Erica Alfiero of Cornell University. From Polson, Montana, Alfiero at one time was an NCEA rider with New Mexico State but spent at least her final two years with Cornell. Alfiero placed seventh in individual intermediate over fences at Zones to close out four years at the Ithaca, New York school. As well as Alfiero the Big Red graduated several key riders in 2018, including Tamara Thompson, Madelyn May, Molly O'Shea (second in the Region 1 hunter seat open rider standings) and Nationals qualifier Emily Selland. However Cornell has seldom missed a beat from year-to-year during the current decade and their deep roster makes another region title in 2018-19 a strong possibility.
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 Schools which competed 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 2018 Show Schedule for Zone 2, Region 1:

westernSaturday, October 6 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 21 Cornell University (Host) at the John T. Oxley Equestrian Center, Ithaca, NY 8:30AM ENGLISH ONLY

englishSaturday, October 27 Rochester Institute of Technology (Host) at Lehman Farm, Pittsford, NY 8:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

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

englishSunday, November 4 Cornell University (Host) at the John T. Oxley Equestrian Center, Ithaca, NY 8:30AM ENGLISH ONLY

westernSaturday, November 10 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

englishSaturday, November 17 Nazareth College (Host) at Lehman Farm, Pittsford, NY 8:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

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

westernSunday, 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.


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

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

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