The state of Massachusetts is well represented on the Skidmore College equestrian team roster. At Zone 2 Zones on April 9th Laurel Gaddis (from Marblehead, not pictured) was second in individual limit over fences. Sidney Jasny (from East Tisbury, also not pictured) won both of the team limit classes. And Jade Bacherman (pictured, on the right with Thoroughbreds head coach Belinda Colgan) won the individual introductory class. A senior from Needham, Massachusetts, Bacherman is seen here with Colgan at the Thoroughbreds' home show on February 19th moments after she had won her introductory class to qualify for Regionals. It is worth noting that coach Colgan herself is from New England though she has been involved with the Skidmore program since at least 2006 (Colgan is either from Massachusetts or Connecticut, the latter of which produced Skidmore freshman Harper Sanford, who won the individual open flat at Zones to join Gaddis and Bacherman at 2022 Nationals).

Skidmore usually has the Region 3 Cacchione representative but in 2021-22 Chloe Love of Hartwick College (on right) took the early lead in the Region 3 open rider standings and held that lead. Seen here with Hawks' head coach Tammy Sousa, the junior from Cornwell, New York finished third out of five at Zone 2 Zones. However in the Cacchione Cup Competition the top three at each Zones show go forward to IHSA Nationals so Love will join 23 other riders to compete in the multi-phased Cacchione at Nationals in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania this May. Photo
Colgate University has a new head coach in 2021-22 and she is Jo Stephenson (on right). Stephenson is a former IHSA rider, a member of the Cazenovia College class of 2012 under her maiden name Jo Hennington. On the left is Caroline Hardie of the Raiders, who is Stephenson's first rider to reach Zones. A senior from Potomic, Maryland, Hardie finished ninth in individual intermediate over fences at Zone 2 Zones in Canton, New York on April 9th.
In total contrast to Stephenson State University of New York at Cobleskill head coach Ray Whelihan (on left) is one of two Region 3 hunter seat head coaches who has been in his or her position since the first decade of the century. Whelihan is seen here with Amelia von Korff, a Cobleskill senior from Richmondville, New York who along with teammate Julianna Ciccotelli advanced to 2022 Zone 2 Zones. Von Korff closed out her four years as an undergraduate with a fourth in individual limit on the flat on April 9th.
Gosh it seems like each of these photos so far has a head coach in them! This one is no different, as that's Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute head coach Megan Rogers on the right. Rogers apparently brought a horse or horses to the February 19th Skidmore show since she is dressed to school one of them in this photo. On the left is Keelin Berger of the Engineers, a senior from Epping, New Hampshire who qualified for Regionals in limit flat.
From Hartford, New York, Rylie Liebig was the only member of the Oneonta State University equestrian team to qualify for Regionals in 2021-22. The senior is seen here with a blue ribbon won in novice equitation on February 19th which secured her a ride in the division at Regionals on March 26th.
When you combine English and Western riders Morrisville State College sent nine undergraduate riders to the post-season, the most of any Region 3 team in 2021-22. One of the hunter seat riders to qualify for Regionals is Deja Auguste (on right). Seen here with her Mother, the junior from Wheatley Heights, Long Island pointed out of novice equitation with a second place ribbon at the first of two Morrisville State fall home shows. At the final regular season show on March 5th (also hosted by the Mustangs) Auguste was a blue ribbon winner in a limit fences class for the first time.
Though they did not send a rider to Regionals in 2021-22 Siena College junior Avery Bradt (pictured) is very close to pointing out of novice equitation. From Northville, New York, Bradt needs only two points to point up into the Limit divisions.
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The Zone 2, Region 3 Smorgasbord

 Schools which competed in Zone 2, Region 3 during the 2021-2022 school year: Colgate University, Hartwick College, Keuka College, Morrisville State College, Oneonta State College, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Siena College, Skidmore College, the State University of New York at Albany and the State University of New York at Cobleskill.

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 Winter/Spring 2022 Show Schedule for Zone 2, Region 3:

westernSaturday, February 5 Morrisville State College (Host) at the Morrisville State College Equine Center, Morrisville, NY 9:00AM 2 WESTERN ONLY - RE-SCHEDULED FROM NOVEMBER 14TH

westernSunday, February 13 Syracuse University (Host) at the Morrisville State College Equine Center, Morrisville, NY 9:00AM 2 WESTERN ONLY

englishSaturday, February 19 Skidmore College (Host) at the Van Lennep Riding Center, Saratoga Springs, NY 8:30AM ENGLISH ONLY

westernSunday, February 20 Zone 2, Region 3 Western Regionals at the Morrisville State College Equine Center, Morrisville, NY Time TBA WESTERN ONLY

englishSaturday, February 26 Hartwick College (Host) at Hunters' Rein Stable, Otego, NY 9:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

englishSaturday, March 5 Morrisville State College (Host) at the Morrisville State College Equine Center, Morrisville, NY 9:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

westernSaturday, March 19 WESTERN SEMIFINALS - DAY 1 at the West Virginia J.W. Ruby Research Farm, Reedsville, WV Time TBA WESTERN ONLY

westernSunday, March 20 WESTERN SEMIFINALS - DAY 2 at the West Virginia J.W. Ruby Research Farm, Reedsville, WV Time TBA WESTERN ONLY

englishSaturday, March 26 Zone 2, Region 3 Hunter Seat Regionals Hosted by Skidmore College at the Van Lennep Riding Center, Saratoga Springs, NY Time TBA ENGLISH ONLY

englishSaturday, April 9 ZONE 2 ZONES Hosted by St. Lawrence University at the Elsa Gunnison Appleton Riding Hall, Canton, NY 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

Syracuse University will show Western in Zone 2, Region 3 this season while remaining in Zone 2, Region 2 for Hunter Seat. Show Schedule subject to change.

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Recent Region 3 Team Champions (Region 3 created by spinning off eleven schools from Region 2 prior to the 2000-01 season for hunter seat and 2002-03 season for stock seat)

Hunter Seat:

2001 - Skidmore College
2002 - Skidmore College
2003 - Skidmore College
2004 - Skidmore College
2005 - Skidmore College
2006 - Skidmore College
2007 - Skidmore College
2008 - Skidmore College
2009 - Skidmore College
2010 - Skidmore College (2009-10
IHSA Hunter Seat National Champions)
2011 - Skidmore College
2012 - Skidmore College
2013 - Skidmore College (2012-13
IHSA Hunter Seat Co-National Champions)
2014 - Skidmore College
2015 - Skidmore College
2016 - Skidmore College
2017 - Skidmore College
2018 - Skidmore College (2017-18
IHSA Hunter Seat National Champions)
2019 - Skidmore College
2020 - Skidmore College
2022 - Skidmore College


2003 - S.U.N.Y. - Morrisville
2004 - Morrisville State College
2005 - Morrisville State College
2006 - Morrisville State College
2007 - Morrisville State College
2008 - Morrisville State College
2009 - Morrisville State College
2010 - Morrisville State College
2011 - Morrisville State College
2012 - Morrisville State College
2013 - Morrisville State College
2014 - Morrisville State College
2015 - Morrisville State College
2016 - Morrisville State College
2017 - State University of New York at Cobleskill
2018 - State University of New York at Cobleskill
2019 - Morrisville State College
2020 - Morrisville State College
2022 - Morrisville State College

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