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IHSA ZONE 5 - REGION 2

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From Wilmot, New Hampshire, Rette Solomon (on left) was the first of two Berry College riders to compete on day four of 2022 IHSA Nationals in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on May 8th. Vikings head coach Margaret Ellington (on right) saw Solomon close out her senior year by placing seventh in individual Level II Western Horsemanship. At previous IHSA Nationals events this division would have been known as individual advanced western horsemanship. For the 2019-20 season and beyond the names of three western divisions changed while a new division, Ranch Riding, was added in 2020-21 to bring the total to seven undergraduate western divisions.


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From Madison, Georgia, Natalie Baddour of the University of Georgia (on left) was the second of two Bulldogs riders to compete on day two of 2022 IHSA Nationals on May 6th. Head coach Kelly Boltz (on right) saw Baddour close out her senior year by placing ninth in individual introductory equitation in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on May 6th. Prior to the fall of 2019 this division was known as beginner walk-trot. Just as three western divisions changed names the same held true for hunter seat, with the 'novice' name shifting from the flat/fences level between walk-trot-canter and intermediate to what was walk-trot-canter.
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One of the sixteen riders to compete at 2022 IHSA Nationals in the current novice equitation division is Grace Friar of Samford University (on left). Seen here with head coach Jay Moore, Friar won the individual novice at Zone 5 Zones in Hardeeville, South Carolina on April 2nd to advance to IHSA Nationals. To the best of our knowledge, the senior from Hartselle, Alabama became the first-ever Samford rider to compete at an IHSA Nationals event.
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One Region 2 alumni rider competed at 2022 Nationals. 1982 Stony Brook University graduate Joe Fellingham (center, between IHSA Founder Bob Cacchione on left and IHSA Executive Director Peter Cashman on right) was second in Alumni Flat at Zones on April 2nd to not only qualify for Nationals but also become the oldest rider ever to compete at an IHSA Nationals event. Fellingham was instrumental in bringing IHSA to the Southeastern United States, for after graduating from Stony Brook in 1982 he relocated to the Atlanta area for graduate school but found no IHSA programs nearby. By the fall of 1983 he played a large part in getting the first IHSA show ever held south of North Carolina off the ground. St. Andrews, the University of Georgia, the University of Florida, the College of Charleston, Queens College and the University of South Carolina made up the list of teams at that first show in what was known simply as "Region 9" prior to the advent of Zones in mid-1989. On April 7th of this year Fellingham placed tenth in individual alumni flat on the 40th anniversary to the day of winning individual open on the flat at 1982 Nationals.
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We want to apologize to Randi Jo Evans of the University of Alabama (on left, with Crimson Tide head coach Emmie Christie) for misspelling her name in our Lubbock, Texas Semifinals Results which took place March 19th and 20th. The top four in each individual western class at a Semifinals event qualify for IHSA Nationals, and listed in fourth place in individual rookie western horsemanship was Randi Joevens! The IHSA Nationals program also misspelled her name as RandiJo Evens (and she was also listed as qualifying out of Zone 8 and Not Zone 5). Though she was out of the ribbons at Nationals Evans was a junior in 2022-23 so we hope Evans gets back to Nationals this season and that her name is spelled correctly in all forms of media related to that event.
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The 2021-22 Region 2 Cacchione Cup entry at IHSA Nationals is Caitlin Randberg of the University of Georgia (on right, with coach Boltz). At Zones the only class where the top three - as opposed to the top two - advance to IHSA Nationals is the multi-phased Cacchione division. After both the fences and flat phases at Zones on April 2nd Randberg, who at the time was a senior from Bohemia, New York, finished third out of five to continue her season at Nationals where this photo was taken high atop the Equine Arena at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg on May 6th.
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 Schools which competed in Zone 5, Region 2 during the 2021-2022 school year: Auburn University, Berry College, Emory University, Georgia State University, Georgia Tech, Kennesaw State University, Mississippi State University, Samford University, University of Alabama, University of Georgia, University of Mississippi, University of North Georgia and University of West Georgia.


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 Fall 2022 Show Schedule for Zone 5, Region 2:

westernSaturday, October 29 Mississippi State University (Host) at the MS Horse Park, Starkville, MS 1:00PM (CENTRAL TIME) WESTERN ONLY

englishSunday, October 30 Mississippi State University (Host) at the MS Horse Park, Starkville, MS 9:00AM (CENTRAL TIME) ENGLISH ONLY

englishSaturday, November 12 University of Georgia (Host) Site and Time TBA ENGLISH ONLY

westernSunday, November 12 Berry College (Host) at Gunby Equine Center, Mount Berry, GA Time TBA 2 WESTERN ONLY

The Berry College Hunter Seat Shows scheduled for October 1st and 2nd have been moved to February 18th and 19th, 2023. All times listed are local time. Show Schedule subject to change.


Recent Region 2 Team Champions

Hunter Seat:

1997 - University of Georgia
1998 - University of South Carolina
1999 - Berry College
2000 - Berry College
2001 - University of South Carolina
2002 - Berry College
2003 - Auburn University
2004 - Berry College
2005 - Berry College
2006 - University of Georgia
2007 - Berry College
2008 - Berry College
2009 - Berry College
2010 - Berry College
2011 - Berry College
2012 - Berry College
2013 - Berry College
2014 - Berry College
2015 - Berry College
2016 - Berry College
2017 - Berry College
2018 - Berry College
2019 - University of Alabama
2020 - Berry College
2022 - Berry College

Western:

1997 - ???????????????????????
1998 - Berry College
1999 - Berry College
2000 - Berry College
2001 - Berry College
2002 - Auburn University
2003 - Auburn University
2004 - Berry College
2005 - Berry College
2006 - Berry College
2007 - Berry College
2008 - Berry College
2009 - Berry College
2010 - Berry College
2011 - Berry College (2010-11
IHSA Western National Champions)
2012 - Berry College
2013 - Berry College
2014 - Berry College
2015 - Berry College (2014-15
IHSA Western National Champions)
2016 - Berry College (2015-16
IHSA Western Co-National Champions)
2017 - Berry College
2018 - Berry College
2019 - Berry College
2020 - Berry College
2022 - Berry College

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