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In the purest sense of the word, a Rookie is someone in their first season of some sporting activity. However if you ride in the IHSA at the Rookie level you could be a sophomore, junior or senior if you happen to be at that level. However Lily Roman of St. Andrews University (on left) was both a freshman and a team rookie horsemanship rider at 2022 IHSA Nationals last May 8th. And the freshman from Wake Forest, North Carolina won the class of nine to keep the Knights mathematically alive for the National Championship. The happy coach is Carla Wennberg (on right), who previously guided St. Andrews to Western National Championships in 2016 and 2017 but would finish fourth overall this time. Since Western was re-introduced to the region in 2005-06 St. Andrews has won all 16 Western Region Titles under Wennberg's tutelage.


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University of North Carolina at Charlotte head coach Debbie Hart Campbell (on left) alerted us that Hannah Eidsness of the 49ers (center, with IHSA Founder Bob Cacchione on the right) is a nursing major. Campbell, Eidsness and Cacchione are standing in the winner's circle at IHSA Nationals on May 5th after the junior nursing student coincidentally from Charlotte, North Carolina placed fourth in individual novice equitation in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. UNC-Charlotte is scheduled to host the second Region 3 hunter seat show of the 2022-23 season on October 1st.
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North Carolina State University advanced two riders through the Reedsville, West Virginia Semifinal in March to IHSA Nationals in May, and they had last names that were similar. At Semifinals Hope Cholerton (not pictured) won individual level I horsemanship while Taylor Cloer (on right) won individual rookie horsemanship. From Apex, North Carolina, Cloer is seen here with Wolfpack western coach Robin Lynn at Nationals on May 8th not long before she placed seventh in individual rookie western horsemanship to close out her junior year.
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On February 5th Natalie Owens of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington (center) showed in her first-ever IHSA over fences class. Owen's parents (also seen here) traveled from Franklin, North Carolina to St. Andrews to see Natalie place third in her limit over fences debut. Owens won her limit flat later that day and could point out of one or both divisions during the 2022-23 season.
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While Carla Wennberg coaches the St. Andrews western team Ashley Duda (on right) is the Knights' hunter seat coach. Duda, who as an undergraduate rode for Virginia Tech, is seen here with Lyndsey Cavanaugh at that same February 5th St. Andrews show (during which Duda schooled horses). From Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, Cavanaugh was second in limit flat that day and concluded her senior year with a fourth in novice equitation at Zone 4 Zones on April 9th which were also held at St. Andrews. The Knights have won four straight Region 3 hunter seat Region Titles and ten of the last eleven.
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The Zone 4, Region 3 Smorgasbord
 

 Schools which completed in Zone 4, Region 3 during the 2021-2022 school year: Campbell University, Davidson College, Duke University, East Carolina University, Elon University, North Carolina State University, St. Andrews University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina at Charlotte and University of North Carolina at Wilmington.


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 Fall 2022 Show Schedule for Zone 4, Region 3:

englishSaturday, September 24 St. Andrews University (Host) at St. Andrews Equestrian Center, Laurinburg, NC 10:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

englishSaturday, November 5 University of North Carolina at Charlotte/Davidson College (Co-Hosts) at Brandywine Stables, Midland, NC Time TBA ENGLISH ONLY - RE-SCHEDULED FROM OCTOBER 1ST

westernSaturday, November 5 Virginia Tech (Host) at the Alphin-Stuart Livestock Arena, Blacksburg, VA Time TBA WESTERN ONLY

westernSunday, November 6 Virginia Tech (Host) at the Alphin-Stuart Livestock Arena, Blacksburg, VA Time TBA WESTERN ONLY

englishSunday, November 13 East Carolina University (Host) at Cottonwood Farm, Vanceboro, NC 10:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

westernSunday, November 20 St. Andrews University (Host) at St. Andrews Equestrian Center, Laurinburg, NC 10:00AM WESTERN ONLY - RE-SCHEDULED FROM OCTOBER 2ND

The shows originally scheduled for the October 1st/2nd weekend have been re-scheduled due to weather concerns. The hunter seat show is now on November 5th and the second western show is on November 20th. The October 1st western show will be made up early in 2023. As of 9/16 there was the possibility that Campbell University might host a hunter seat show on October 30th. Several Zone 4, Region 5 schools and Liberty University from Zone 4, Region 4 show Western in Zone 4, Region 3. Show Schedule subject to change.


Recent Region 3 Team Champions (Region 3 created from a portion of Region 2 prior to the 1999-2000 season; Western introduced to Region 3 in the fall of 2005):

Hunter Seat:

2000 - Virginia Intermont College
2001 - Virginia Intermont College
2002 - Virginia Intermont College
2003 - Virginia Intermont College
2004 - Virginia Intermont College (2003-04
IHSA Hunter Seat National Champions)
2005 - Virginia Intermont College (2004-05
IHSA Hunter Seat National Champions)
2006 - Virginia Intermont College
2007 - Virginia Intermont College (2006-07
IHSA Hunter Seat National Champions)
2008 - Virginia Intermont College
2009 - Virginia Intermont College
2010 - Virginia Intermont College
2011 - St. Andrews Presbyterian College
2012 - St. Andrews University
2013 - St. Andrews University
2014 - St. Andrews University
2015 - St. Andrews University
2016 - St. Andrews University
2017 - East Carolina University
2018 - St. Andrews University
2019 - St. Andrews University
2020 - St. Andrews University
2022 - St. Andrews University

Western:

2006 - St. Andrews Presbyterian College
2007 - St. Andrews Presbyterian College
2008 - St. Andrews Presbyterian College
2009 - St. Andrews Presbyterian College
2010 - St. Andrews Presbyterian College
2011 - St. Andrews Presbyterian College
2012 - St. Andrews University
2013 - St. Andrews University
2014 - St. Andrews University
2015 - St. Andrews University
2016 - St. Andrews University (2015-16
IHSA Western Co-National Champions)
2017 - St. Andrews University (2016-17
IHSA Western National Champions)
2018 - St. Andrews University
2019 - St. Andrews University
2020 - St. Andrews University
2022 - St. Andrews University

 
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