CSU Horse Judging Team are Reserve Champions
November 25, 2014
The Colorado State University (CSU) Horse Judging Team recently traveled over 1,300 miles to compete at the 2014 Quarter Horse Congress Horse Judging Contest in Columbus, Ohio, this past October. The All-American Quarter Horse Congress is the largest horse judging contest in the nation and boasted 18 Senior College teams from around the nation.
For the second consecutive year, Colorado State was Reserve Congress Champions Overall (tied for High Individual Team Overall). Divisionally, CSU was fourth High Team in Halter, second High Team in Performance (tied for 1st), and fifth High Team in Reasons.
More detailed results and student names are listed below.
Emily Carpenter – 2nd in Halter; 9th in Performance; 3rd Individual Overall
Dyllan Freeburg – 8th in Reasons; 13th Overall
Magdalena Arbes – 6th in Performance; 7th Individual Overall
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Ashley Reisenauer – 25th Individual Overall
Rebecca Tierce – 19th Individual Overall
The next stop for the CSU Horse Judging Team was the AQHA World Show Judging Contest on November 19, 2014 in Oklahoma City, OK.
–CSU Equine Sciences program
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