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IHSA ZONE 7 - REGION 2

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Kendall Woellmer of West Texas A amd M University has been on the top of this page for such a long time. Previously she was seen in a photo at 2018 IHSA Nationals in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania by herself wearing hunter seat apparel. This time she has company and Woellmer is wearing western gear. Former University of Nebraska rider Selena Finn (on right) is the Western Assistant Coach of the Buffs. Woellmer was even better at 2019 Nationals than in '18. On May 2nd she gave the Buffs the early lead in the hunter seat team competition with a win in team novice fences. The next day Woellmer won the individual open western horsemanship class (she is holding the blue ribbon after winning that one) and on May 5th her junior year concluded with a fourth in the individual AQHA High Point Open Rider division. Woellmer's senior year has been impressive so far, especially on the western side where she has won at least six of eight classes.


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Every year it seems Region 2 is well represented at IHSA Nationals. In 2019 the first of 14 Region 2 riders to compete was Caitlin Russell of the University of Oklahoma (on left, with head coach Laura Hoover). From Tulsa, Oklahoma, Russell's open over fences combined judging score of '72' eventually proved to be worthy of eighth place. Russell was the third of 16 riders to compete in the first class held at IHSA Nationals on May 2nd.
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In recent seasons most of the individual classes held at IHSA Nationals are either on the first or fourth and final day of the event. Seven of the eight individual hunter seat classes are on day one while four of the six individual western classes are held on day four including advanced western horsemanship. Natalie Barnett of Tarleton State University (on right, with coach Michelle Mohr) placed fourth in the division at the Findlay, Ohio Semifinal in March 2019 to survive and compete one more time. From Weatherton, Texas, Barnett closed out her senior year with a tenth place ribbon in individual advanced at Nationals in Syracuse, New York on May 5th.
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Every year horse draw at IHSA Nationals is an event in itself. At 2019 IHSA Nationals in Syracuse riders had to select streets (and other properties) off of a large Monopoly board. These Monopoly board spaces were matched to horses. It is only fitting that Klarissa Barley of West Texas A and M University (pictured) would select Pacific Avenue as her hometown is Newbury Park, California. This was for the individual open on the flat, a division Barley had won at Zone 7 Zones in McHenry, Illinois on April 7th. Alas Barley did not make the top ten this time but the current Buffs junior has won two of the four open flat classes held so far within Region 2 hunter seat shows in 2019-20. WTAMU had a full hunter seat team at 2019 Nationals and once again lead the region as 2020 begins.
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The top four riders in individual classes at Semifinal events advance through to IHSA Nationals. At the Findlay, Ohio Semifinal Region 2 riders claimed two of the top four ribbons in individual open reining. Woellmer of WTAMU was second while Cailyn Simonis of North Central Texas College (on right, with head coach Cathy Woosley Luce) was fourth. From Pilot Point, Texas, Simonis is seen here prior to competing at IHSA Nationals on May 4th during which she placed ninth in the same division to close out her sophomore year.
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Riders from Region 2 took home the blue ribbon in four of the eight individual classes at Zone 7 Zones on April 7th, including Kenley Hawkins of Texas Tech University (on left). Seen here with her father inside the new Exposition Center at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, New York on day one of 2019 IHSA Nationals, Hawkins (another west coast rider in Texas, calling Portland, Oregon her home) won the individual novice flat at Zones to earn a trip to Syracuse.
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From Buena Vista, Colorado, Madelyne Cope of West Texas A and M University is seen here after placing fifth in individual intermediate western horsemanship at 2019 IHSA Nationals last May 4th. Cope was fourth in the same division at Semifinals. The 2019-20 Buffs are trying to capture their 12th consecutive Western Region Championship and their fourth consecutive Hunter Seat Region Title.
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The Zone 7, Region 2 Smorgasbord
 

 Schools competing in Zone 7, Region 2 during the 2019-2020 school year: North Central Texas College, Oklahoma Panhandle State University, Southern Nazarene University, Tarleton State University, Texas A & M University at Commerce, Texas Tech University, University of North Texas, University of Oklahoma and West Texas A & M University.


Uncle Jimmy's
 Winter/Spring 2020 Show Schedule for Zone 7, Region 2

westernSaturday, February 1 Texas Tech University (Host) at the Texas Tech Equestrian Center, Lubbock, TX Time TBA WESTERN ONLY

westernSunday, February 2 Texas Tech University (Host) at the Texas Tech Equestrian Center, Lubbock, TX Time TBA WESTERN ONLY

englishSaturday, February 15 West Texas A & M University (Host) on campus at the West Texas A & M Horse Center, Canyon, TX Time TBA ENGLISH ONLY

englishSunday, February 16 West Texas A & M University (Host) on campus at the West Texas A & M Horse Center, Canyon, TX Time TBA ENGLISH ONLY

westernFriday, February 28 West Texas A & M University (Host) on campus at the West Texas A & M Horse Center, Canyon, TX Time TBA WESTERN ONLY

westernSaturday, February 29 West Texas A & M University (Host) on campus at the West Texas A & M Horse Center, Canyon, TX Time TBA WESTERN ONLY

westernFriday, March 1 Zone 7, Region 2 Western Regionals at the West Texas A & M Horse Center, Canyon, TX Time TBA WESTERN ONLY

englishFriday, March 6 Texas Tech University (Host) at the Texas Tech Equestrian Center, Lubbock, TX Time TBA ENGLISH ONLY

englishSaturday, March 7 Texas Tech University (Host) at the Texas Tech Equestrian Center, Lubbock, TX Time TBA ENGLISH ONLY

englishSaturday, March 8 Zone 7, Region 2 Hunter Seat Regionals at the Texas Tech Equestrian Center, Lubbock, TX Time TBA ENGLISH ONLY

westernSaturday, March 21 WESTERN SEMIFINALS - DAY 1 at Redlands Community College Royse Arena, El Reno, OK 9:00AM WESTERN ONLY

westernSunday, March 22 WESTERN SEMIFINALS - DAY 2 at Redlands Community College Royse Arena, El Reno, OK 9:00AM WESTERN ONLY

englishSaturday, April 4 ZONE 7 ZONES - DAY 1 Hosted by West Texas A & M University at the West Texas A & M Horse Center, Canyon, TX Time TBA ENGLISH ONLY

englishSunday, April 5 ZONE 7 ZONES - DAY 2 Hosted by West Texas A & M University at the West Texas A & M Horse Center, Canyon, TX Time TBA ENGLISH ONLY

englishwesternThursday through Sunday, April 30 - May 3 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 2 Team Champions

Hunter Seat:

1997 - ?????????????????????????
1998 - Texas A & M University
1999 - ?????????????????????????
2000 - Oklahoma State University
2001 - Texas A & M University
2002 - Oklahoma State University
2003 - Oklahoma State University
2004 - Texas A & M University
2005 - Texas A & M University
2006 - Oklahoma State University
2007 - Louisiana State University
2008 - Louisiana State University
2009 - West Texas A & M University
2010 - West Texas A & M University
2011 - West Texas A & M University
2012 - Louisiana State University
2013 - Louisiana State University
2014 - Louisiana State University
2015 - Louisiana State University
2016 - Texas Tech University
2017 - West Texas A & M University
2018 - West Texas A & M University
2019 - West Texas A & M University

Western:

1997 - Texas A & M University
1998 - Oklahoma State University
1999 - Oklahoma State University
2000 - Oklahoma State University (1999-
2000 IHSA Stock Seat National Champions)
2001 - West Texas A & M University
2002 - Texas A & M University (2001-02
IHSA Western National Co-champions)
2003 - Texas A & M University (2002-03
IHSA Western National Co-Champions*)
2004 - Oklahoma State University**
2005 - Texas A & M University
2006 - Texas A & M University
2007 - Southern Nazarene University
2008 - North Central Texas College
2009 - West Texas A & M University
2010 - West Texas A & M University
2011 - West Texas A & M University
2012 - West Texas A & M University
2013 - West Texas A & M University (2012-13
IHSA Western National Champions)
2014 - West Texas A & M University
2015 - West Texas A & M University
2016 - West Texas A & M University
2017 - West Texas A & M University
2018 - West Texas A & M University
2019 - West Texas A & M University

* - 2003 Region 2 reserve team West Texas A & M
was eligible to compete at IHSA Nationals due to rules related to the number of Western riders in a zone and the number of teams allowed to advance to Nationals. West Texas A & M tied Texas A & M for the 2003 Western National Championship.

** - 2004 Region 2 reserve team Texas A & M was
eligible to compete at IHSA Nationals due to rules related to the number of Western riders in a zone and the number of teams allowed to advance to Nationals. Texas A & M went on to win the 2004 Western National Championship.

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