The horse in this photo is known simply as "Miss." Holding Miss is Isaac Holt of Rutgers University, a sophomore from Sparta, New Jersey who rode Miss to a third in novice equitation at the September 24th University of Scranton show. By the end of the fall Holt was one of six Rutgers hunter seat riders to have qualified for Regionals. Holt ran off a string of three consecutive red ribbons in novice to point up on November 12th.

Seen here with "Aryan" at that same Scranton show are Isabel Porter (on left) and Olivia Doyle of Lehigh University. While Porter qualified for Regionals with a third in limit fences at the October 23rd Alvernia show Doyle was high point rider at the March 5th Lafayette show while also pointing out of intermediate flat. Doyle was first in the intermediate flat class made up of ten riders while also placing second over the intermediate jumps. No other rider earned as much as a first and a second that day. A junior from Yardley, Pennsylvania, Doyle now needs six points to qualify in intermediate fences.
Only three Lebanon Valley College riders have competed so far in 2022-23 but two are Regionals-bound and a third needs only seven points. One of the two is Hope Davis (on left, with her Father). A sophomore from Lititz, Pennsylvania, Davis won her novice equitation class at the October 16th Bloomsburg show to get within a point and then broke the 36-point barrier with a fifth at the Alvernia show a week later to point out of the division.
Through March 5th Elizabeth Hirsch (pictured) is one of two Bloomsburg University hunter seat riders qualified for Regionals. A senior from Sandyston, New Jersey, Hirsch's blue ribbon in novice equitation at the November 12th East Stroudsburg show put her over the top and on to Regionals slated for April 2nd in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania no less! Teammate Chloe Sullivan (not pictured) placed second in limit flat on March 5th to join Hirsch at Regionals. Sullivan is one of five Huskies to qualify for 2023 Western Regionals, having pointed out of both open divisions.
The University of Scranton has a new coach this spring and she is Elly Culotta (on right). Culotta is seen here with Victoria Fiorini of the Royals, who was the first Scranton rider to qualify for Regionals in 2022-23. Fiorini won her introductory equitation class at the October 15th Rutgers show to point out of the division. Culotta saw Eva Fine (not pictured) win her limit flat class on March 5th to become the second Royal of the season to point out and the first since taking over as coach. Scranton will host the final regular season show of 2022-23 on March 26th, to be held at Lake Equestrian Center in Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania just as was the case way back on September 24th.
Kutztown University also has a new coach mid-season and she is Christine Farrell (on right). Farrell is seen here with Charlotte Weiss, a freshman from Doylestown, Pennsylvania who was second in her limit flat class on March 5th when this photo was taken. Paige Dolon (not pictured) was also a red-ribbon winner that day, with her second in the previous section of limit flat making her the first Golden Bear to qualify for Regionals this season.
Moravian College was also in search of their first Regional Qualifier on March 5th. Emma Yanowsky (pictured) won her novice equitation class to take the honor. Seen here with "Kodiko" at the September 24th Scranton show Yanowsky is a senior but only started riding with Moravian in the spring of 2022. Yanowsky was a virtual student at Bucks County Community College prior to that time. Yanowsky helped the Greyhounds score 25 points on March 5th, good for third place that day.
Alvernia University is still looking for their first regional qualifier of 2022-23 but three Golden Wolves could point out in their next ride including Abbie Miller (on right). A junior from Blandon, Pennsylvania, Miller is seen here with Alvernia coach Eryn Ziegler at the October 10, 2021 Lafayette show. Miller was fifth in limit flat on March 5th of this year and now needs seven points to extend her season to April 2nd.
Wilkes University head coach Carrie Kieczkajlo-Sisson (center) poses with Autumnn Bullek (on left) and JoEllen Spencer of the Colonels at the March 5th Lafayette College show. So far in 2022-23 only Bullek and Spencer have shown for Wilkes, with Spencer closer to qualifying for Regionals. A fourth in novice equitation on March 5th has Spencer only 11 points away from pointing out of the division. Bullek had the better ribbon on the 5th, placing third in introductory equitation.
Jennifer Haines of Rutgers University (on right, with her Mother) rode for the College of Charleston for two seasons prior to transferring to the school located in New Brunswick, New Jersey. A senior from Millstone Township, New Jersey with one more semester in the fall of 2023, Haines has placed third or higher in each of her flat classes this season. During the fall Haines earned a first, two seconds and a third in limit flat while qualifying for Regionals in the division. Haines was third in her intermediate flat debut on March 5th shortly before this photo was taken. The Scarlet Knights scored 23 points at the Lafayette show to move within three points of Bloomsburg for second place overall.
During the fall six Lafayette College riders qualified for Regionals (one doing so in two different divisions) including Meredith O'Neill (pictured). A senior from Center Valley, Pennsylvania, O'Neill is one of six Region 4 riders going into March 5th who qualified in the novice division. The Leopards hosted on March 5th at Top Notch Equestrian Center in Phillipsburg, New Jersey, utilizing a newly-constructed indoor (Top Notch is also the name of Lafayette head coach Kelly Poff's IEA team). With the 'Pards prevailiing 30-26 over Lehigh that day Lafayette has now won four of the seven 2022-23 Region 4 shows, winning every other show (shows 1, 3, 5 and 7) and finishing no lower than third.
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The Zone 3, Region 4 Smorgasbord

 Schools competing in Zone 3, Region 4 during the 2022-2023 school year: Alvernia University, Bloomsburg University, East Stroudsburg University, Kutztown University, Lafayette College, Lebanon Valley College, Lehigh University, Moravian College, Rutgers University, University of Scranton and Wilkes University.

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 Winter/Spring 2023 Show Schedule for Zone 3, Region 4:

westernSaturday, January 28 Rutgers University/Arcadia University (Co-Hosts) at the Dream Park, Logan Township, NJ Time TBA 2 WESTERN ONLY

westernSaturday, February 11 Penn State University (Host) at Eagle Valley Equestrian Center, Bellefonte, PA 9:00AM 2 WESTERN ONLY

westernSaturday, February 18 Delaware Valley University (Host) at Saddlebrook Equestrian Center, Schwenksville, PA Time TBA 2 WESTERN ONLY

westernSaturday, March 4 Zone 3 Western Regionals at Saddlebrook Equestrian Center, Schwenksville, PA Time TBA WESTERN ONLY

englishSunday, March 5 Lafayette College (Host) at Top Notch Equestrian Center, Phillipsburg, NJ 9:15AM ENGLISH ONLY

westernSaturday, March 18 WESTERN SEMIFINALS - DAY 1 at the Grand Oaks Resort, Weirsdale, FL 9:00AM WESTERN ONLY

westernSunday, March 19 WESTERN SEMIFINALS - DAY 2 at the Grand Oaks Resort, Weirsdale, FL 9:00AM WESTERN ONLY

englishSaturday, March 25 Kutztown University (Host) at North Wynd Stable, Gilbertsville, PA 9:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

englishSunday, March 26 University of Scranton (Host) at Lake Equestrian Center, Lake Ariel, PA 9:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

englishSunday, April 2 Zone 3, Region 4 Hunter Seat Regionals at Keystone Equestrian Center, Bloomsburg, PA 10:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

englishSaturday, April 8 ZONE 3 ZONES at the Centenary University Equestrian Center, Long Valley, NJ 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

Schools in each Zone 3 Hunter Seat Region will show Western as part of one big region again in 2022-23. Show Schedule subject to change.

Recent Region 4 Team Champions (Region 4 created from portions of Regions 2 and 3 prior to the 2001-02 season)

Hunter Seat:

2002 - Bucknell University
2003 - Bucknell University
2004 - Kutztown University
2005 - Bucknell University
2006 - Princeton University
2007 - Kutztown University
2008 - East Stroudsburg University
2009 - Lafayette College
2010 - Lafayette College
2011 - Lafayette College
2012 - Rutgers University
2013 - Rutgers University
2014 - Lafayette College
2015 - Lafayette College
2016 - Rutgers University
2017 - Rutgers University
2018 - Lafayette College
2019 - Rutgers University
2020 - Rutgers University
2022 - Lafayette College

Western (recognized as Zone 3, Region 2 1998-2001, then as Zone 3 2001-02, Zone 3, Region 4 2002-05, Zone 3, Region 1/3/4 2005-10, Zone 3, Region 3/4 2010-14, Zone 3, Region 3/4/5 2014-15, Zone 3, Region 4/5 2015-16 and again simply as Zone 3 2016-17):

1999 - Kutztown University
2000 - Kutztown University
2001 - University of Delaware
2002 - Rutgers University
2003 - Kutztown University
2004 - Kutztown University
2005 - West Virginia University
2006 - West Virginia University
2007 - West Virginia University
2008 - West Virginia University
2009 - West Virginia University
2010 - West Virginia University
2011 - Centenary College
2012 - Centenary College
2013 - Centenary College
2014 - Centenary College
2015 - University of Delaware
2016 - University of Delaware
2017 - Delaware Valley University
2018 - Delaware Valley University
2019 - Penn State University (State College)
2020 - University of Delaware
2022 - Delaware Valley University
2023 - Delaware Valley University

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