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NEO Sweeps Home Equestrian Show

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Congratulations to the Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Equestrian Team!

The Intercollegiate Western Horse Show was held on Feb 17th & 18th.  The NEO Team took High-Point Team on both Saturday and Sunday.  They're ranked number one in the region.

College officials say the weekend proved successful for Open Division riders, as Edson Varela claimed High Point Rider and Ashley Aden claimed Reserve High Point Rider on both days.  Varela earned his finish through strong Open Division riding and placing first each day, while Aden had strong finishes in the Open Division, but excelled in Reining.

Seven riders qualified for regionals at the event, including Edson Varela, Ashley McLaughlin, Andrea Althoff, Becca Garrett, and Morgan Leeper qualifying on day one and Katie Daniels and Cheyenne Detherow qualifying on day two.  This brings the season total regional qualifiers to fourteen.  These riders hope to qualify for the semi-final competition, which will be held at Black Hawk College in Galva, Ill.

The final show of the season is on March 3 and the regional competition will be on March 4th at Missouri State University.

SATURDAY RESULTS

HIGH POINT TEAM

RESERVE HIGH-POINT

Edson Varela

RESERVE HIGH-POINT

Ashley Aden

BEGINNER

First - Emma Kemp

Second - Hannah Jenkins

Third - Kayla Burns

INTERMEDIATE

First - Sam Clayton

First - Morgan Leeper

Second - Miranda Thibodeau

Second - Cheyenne Detherow

Third - Madison Jernegan

Seventh - Katie Daniels

NOVICE

First - Becca Garrett

Second - Tanner Robertson

Third - Sierra McCullough

Fourth - Abby Hays

ADVANCE

First - Andrea Althoff

Second - Rachel Harper

Third - Ashley McLaughlin

OPEN

First - Edson Varela

Second - Carla Carfora

Third - Ashley Aden

Sixth - Trish Meyer

REINING

First - Ashley Aden

Second - Edson Varela

Fourth - Carla Carfora

SUNDAY RESULTS

HIGH POINT TEAM

RESERVE HIGH-POINT

Edson Varela

RESERVE HIGH-POINT

Ashley Aden

BEGINNER

First - Hannah Jenkins

Second - Emma Kemp

Third - Kayla Burns

INTERMEDIATE

First - Miranda Thibodeau

First - Sam Clayton

Second - Cheyenne Detherow

Third - Katie Daniels

Fourth - Madison Jernegan

NOVICE

First - Abby Hays

Second - Tanner Robertson

Third - Lyndsey Harvey

Fifth - Kristan Hamilton

Sixth - Sierra McCullough

OPEN

First - Edson Varela

Third - Carla Carfora

Fourth - Ashley Aden

Sixth - Trish Meyer

REINING

First - Ashley Aden

Second - Edson Varela

Fifth - Carla Carfora

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