Through November 11th the University of Maryland (College Park campus) has six riders qualified for Regionals, two more than any other Region 1 school. One of the six is Gabrielle Rowan (pictured, holding "Tucker"). A senior from Ellicott City, Maryland, Rowan is qualified in the walk-trot-canter division. The Terps sit in third place overall headed into the first show of 2019 on February 24th.

The Terps will co-host the second show of 2019 on March 3rd with American University. Both of these schools have the same coach, Star Dailey (on left). Dailey is seen here with Madeline Rizzo, a senior from Glenmore, Pennsylvania who had just placed second in her intermediate flat class for American when this photo was taken on October 6th. Rizzo has since qualified for Regionals in the division.
History was made during the season opener on October 6th when Olivia Airhart of Loyola University of Maryland (on left) become both the first rider in program history to compete at an IHSA show and the first Loyola rider to win a blue ribbon. It was the head coaching debut for Karen Fulton (on right) who as Karen Warnell was one of the founding members of the Purdue University team in the early 1980's. The former Boilermaker saw her Greyhounds score 12 points (a tie with two other schools and more points than two teams on October 6th) in their first-ever IHSA competition. And we would be remiss if we did not mention that Airhart (a senior from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) won the program's first blue in her novice flat class.
At the most recent show on November 11th George Mason University earned Reserve High Point Team honors with 38 points. Rose Landoll of the Patriots (on right, with her Mother) is one of three GMU riders qualified for Regionals. The junior has pointed out of both novice divisions.
From Columbia, Maryland, Lilly Conteh (on left) qualified for 2018 Regionals in walk-trot-canter. The Towson University junior is headed back to Regionals in Open Flat! Apparently Towson head coach Sandy Weinreich (on right) was so impressed by Conteh's improvement over the past year that she was selected to fill the open divisions. Thus Conteh bypassed the intermediate divisions which is a rare occurance in such a short period of time. Conteh has proved the upgrade in divisions was worthy as she is only 13 points off the lead in the Region 1 open rider standings.
The entire St. Mary's College coaching staff is in this photo. On the left is former Goucher College rider Erika Scott and on the right is Leslie Allen, who is in her third season coaching St. Mary's. In the middle is Madeleine Beaulieu, a St. Mary's senior who was third in her advanced walk-trot-canter class on October 6th when this photo was taken. Beaulieu has since qualified for Regionals in the division.
The University of Maryland at Baltimore County had a very good showing on opening day. The Retrievers scored 23 points to tie George Washington for fifth on October 6th. Helping the cause that day was Stacey Wells, who won her novice flat and was second in novice fences. The senior from Olney, Maryland is the only UMBC rider qualified for Regionals through November 11th. Wells is qualified in both novice divisions.
Four Region 1 riders are currently qualified for Regionals in both novice divisions and another of them is Susannah Noppenberger of Hood College (on right, with co-coach Elizabeth Hummel). The senior from Frederick, Maryland was one of three Hood riders to compete on opening day.
She claimed Detroit as her hometown when we asked her on October 6th. But a year earlier Ailsa Bentley of Johns Hopkins University (pictured) claimed Bloomfield Hills, Michigan as her off-season home. Bentley is only a sophomore, so she could claim two more hometowns if we keep asking! Bentley has been a standout for the Blue Hens over two seasons and has qualified for 2019 Regionals in both intermediate divisions. Johns Hopkins sits in sixth place out of 13 teams in the Region 1 team standings as 2019 begins.
Until recently she was part of the Hollins University coaching staff. Starting this fall Claudia Rowland (on left) is the head coach at Georgetown University. Rowland is seen here with Hunter Spillan of the Hoyas, a freshman from San Francisco who won her IHSA debut (in advanced walk-trot-canter) moments before this photo was taken. Through six shows Georgetown is in second place in the Region 1 team standings. The Hoyas even won the most recent show on November 11th, scoring 42 points (This was only the third time Goucher was Not high point team at a Region 1 show since September of 2013. On October 20th both schools tied for high point team at 40 points apiece).
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The Zone 4, Region 1 Smorgasbord

 Schools competing in Zone 4, Region 1 during the 2018-2019 school year: The American University, George Mason University, George Washington University, Georgetown University, Goucher College, Hood College, Johns Hopkins University, Loyola University (MD), Mount St. Mary's University, St. Mary's College (MD), Towson University, University of Maryland (College Park) and University of Maryland - Baltimore County.

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 Spring 2019 Show Schedule for Zone 4, Region 1 (Zone 4, Region 1 is Hunter Seat or English Only):

englishSunday, February 24 George Washington University/George Mason University (Co-Hosts) at StoneGate Stables, Aldie, VA Time TBA

englishSunday, March 3 University of Maryland/American University (Co-Hosts) at the Other Left Farm at Oatland Stables, Gaithersburg, MD 10:00AM

englishSaturday, March 16 Mount St. Mary's University (Host) on the campus of Goucher College, Towson, MD Time TBA

englishSunday, March 24 Zone 4, Region 1 Regionals at the Other Left Farm at Oatland Stables, Gaithersburg, MD Time TBA

englishSaturday, April 6 ZONE 4 ZONES at the Barracks, Charlottesville, VA Time TBA

englishThursday through Sunday, May 2 - 5 IHSA NATIONALS at the Exposition Center at the New York State Fairgrounds, Syracuse, NY Time each day TBA ENGLISH AND WESTERN

Show Schedule subject to change.

Recent Region 1 Team Champions

Hunter Seat:

1997 - University of Virginia
1998 - University of Virginia
1999 - Randolph-Macon Womans' College
2000 - Mary Washington College
2001 - Mary Washington College
2002 - Mary Washington College
2003 - Goucher College
2004 - Mary Washington College
2005 - Goucher College
2006 - Sweet Briar College
2007 - Goucher College
2008 - University of Mary Washington
2009 - University of Mary Washington
2010 - Goucher College
2011 - University of Mary Washington
2012 - Goucher College
2013 - Goucher College
2014 - Goucher College
2015 - Goucher College
2016 - Goucher College
2017 - Goucher College
2018 - Goucher College

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