Three of Georgia equestrian’s 16 seniors, Kate Kramer, Alyssa Luckhardt and Isabelle Heckler felt bittersweet toward their approaching graduation as they discussed their leadership roles and future plans.
Freshman riders Rachel McMullen and Bay Noland-Armstrong will spend their break from collegiate competition at the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) in Wellington, Florida.
The No. 2 Georgia equestrian team travels to No. 1 Auburn on Nov. 15 for the first time since their championship defeat to end the fall portion of the 2019-2020 season.
The No. 2-ranked Georgia equestrian team defeated No. 7 Baylor 10-6 on Friday at Fresno State one day before competing against the host Bulldogs in Georgia’s first road meet of the 2019 season.
For the first time in 2019, the No. 3 Georgia equestrian team will leave the UGA Equestrian Complex and compete on the road. With that comes the challenge of riding unfamiliar horses.
Sophomore Sara Lewis and junior Hayley Mairano received their career high scores in Fences and Horsemanship.
UGA equestrian bounced back from its last home meet loss with a win against SMU on Saturday. The team defeated the Mustangs 10-8 at the UGA Equestrian Complex in Bishop, Georgia, where they also hosted a “pink out” for breast cancer awareness during the meet.
The No. 2-ranked Georgia equestrian team’s comeback fell just short as the Bulldogs suffered their first loss of the season against No. 4-ranked Texas A&M 10-8 on Oct. 25 at the UGA equestrian complex in Bishop, Georgia.