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  • IHSA National Championships

    They're going on now in Los Angeles CA and I'm anxious to hear any reports.
    Anyone know what's happening?

  • #2
    The results are posted on
    http://ihsainc.com/Nationals/Results...px?id=1&y=2008

    Looks like only Novice Fences has been posted so far, they are good about updating it throughout the day!
    ~ Unexpected ~

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    • #3
      Results for the first team class (Novice Over Fences) are up now:

      1st - Stephanie Petersen - Berry College
      2nd - Raffi Kechejian - Findlay
      3rd - Pamela Geist - Stanford
      4th - Crystal Threfall - College of Charleston
      5th - Hadley Deming - St. Lawrence
      6th - Taylor Lee-Stiles - Centenary

      I'm biting my nails waiting for the Cacchione flat phase to start. One of my former teammates from my alma mater is the Cacchione rider from her region this year!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by lawrider View Post
        Results for the first team class (Novice Over Fences) are up now:

        1st - Stephanie Petersen - Berry College
        2nd - Raffi Kechejian - Findlay
        3rd - Pamela Geist - Stanford
        4th - Crystal Threfall - College of Charleston
        5th - Hadley Deming - St. Lawrence
        6th - Taylor Lee-Stiles - Centenary

        I'm biting my nails waiting for the Cacchione flat phase to start. One of my former teammates from my alma mater is the Cacchione rider from her region this year!
        Congratulations Raffi!!

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        • #5
          A HUGE congratulations to Tracy Gold, from Duke University, the only rider from her college to make it to Zones, who just pinned third in individual Novice Fences! GO TRACY!
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          • #6
            Originally posted by lawrider View Post
            3rd - Pamela Geist - Stanford
            Woo hoo for Pam!!!!!!!!!!

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            • #7
              Plug for Marisa Whitbey from Central Michigan - came in 10th place, and the first person from our school to EVER qualify for nationals (and zones!) after I founded it in 2004. I'm so happy for her!!

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              • #8
                Anyone know when Intermediat individual Flat is going???


                cross your fingers for Cortney Glass!! she's going for her 2nd year to Nationals! last year she was 5th in the jumping and she was the first person OU had ever sent!!

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                • #9
                  Individual Intermediate Flat goes late on Saturday. Its the last class before a break and then Open Reining for the western equivalent of the Cacchione.

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                  • #10
                    Congrats to Findlay!!
                    WHY am I such a sucker for cute ponies??!!!

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                    • #11
                      My one client is out there with her college team. She finished 12th overall.
                      Experienced riders are not prone to brag. And usually newcomers, if they start out being boastful, end up modest. -C.J.J. Mullen

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                      • #12
                        Man, I feel totally ripped on the venue. The last time I went to Nationals it was in Ohio-in the cold and the woman who owned the place wouldn't turn on the heater....looked like a schooling show. And LA! Beautiful and warm! Oh well.

                        Congrats and Good Luck to everyone who is there!
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                        -Snozberries

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                        • #13
                          not so beautiful and warm today! It is overcast, but still not too hot not too cold! I was supposed to volunteer with a friend today (she practically begged me to go with her), but I had too much to do. LAEC is a fantastic venue. Does anybody know which trainers donated their horses?

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Little Indian View Post
                            Does anybody know which trainers donated their horses?

                            At least one I heard about wasn't too great. Bucked all around the course.

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                            • #15
                              I almost went to cheer on my friend who is in the reining part of the competition but my trainer asked me if i wanted to go with her at like the last minute and i couldnt get a flight and neither could she... oh well, ill see her when she gets back because she is our new horse show manager
                              *Ask me about my Thoroughbred!*

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                              • #16
                                anyone have pics to post ?

                                or know which horses did well ?

                                The guy I ride got sent there (no lesson for me today *sniff*) his name is Copperfield, chesnut Dutch with a blaze.. I am interested in how he did
                                hope you gals are giving him LOTS of treats !!!
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                                • #17
                                  Go Hollins!!
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                                  • #18
                                    Big congratulations to alumni Jaclyn Cradduck of Middle TN State U. for her 4th in Eq O/F. I wish I were there to watch.
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                                    • #19
                                      IHSA Nationals

                                      Congratulations to Clemson and Sarah Spainhour for placing first O/F in the open! I wish I could have gone too. Does anyone know when they will finish the Cachionne Cup? She wasn't in that, but someone from our barn was. Also, have they finished the pinnings of the school teams or isn't that right before the Cachionne work-off? Clemson didn't have enough for a team this year - but just wait................you will see more of those Tigers!
                                      Last edited by juniormom; Jul. 5, 2008, 03:41 AM.

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                                      • #20
                                        To answer my own question, I hear (from my friend volunteering) that Elvenstar donated the majority of the horses.

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