No. 6 Georgia equestrian fell to No. 1 Auburn 8-7 in the National Collegiate Equestrian Association team title Saturday morning at the Extraco Events Center, but it claimed three event titles in Horsemanship, Reining and Equitation Over Fences.
By beating No. 2 Texas A&M 8-7 in the semifinal, the No. 6 Georgia equestrian team advanced to the finals of the National Collegiate Equestrian Association national championship at the Extraco Events Center in Waco, Texas, on Thursday night.
The No. 6-seeded Georgia equestrian team advanced to the semifinals at the National Collegiate Equestrian Association National Championship, winning 10-6 over No. 3 Baylor at the Extraco Event Center Thursday afternoon in Waco Texas.
Georgia equestrian secured at least one spot in each event for the NCEA quarterfinal individual events including equitation over fences, equitation on the flat and reining in Waco, Texas, Wednesday afternoon.
The Georgia equestrian team will travel to Waco, Texas to compete for the 2019 National Collegiate Equestrian Association National Championship Title on April 17-20th at the Extraco Event Center.
Georgia equestrian placed in the sixth-seed for the 2019 National Collegiate Association National Championship which places them two spots higher than the previous week.
Georgia equestrian finished third in the SEC Championship after beating South Carolina 11-8 in the consolation round at the Hildebrand Equine Complex Saturday in College Station, Texas.
The Georgia equestrian team fell to Texas A&M 12-8 in the semifinal round of the Southeastern Conference Championship at the Hildebrand Equine Complex Friday morning.
The Georgia equestrian team will will set out to defend its back-to-back title of Southeastern Conference champions in College Station, Texas,…
Senior Georgia equestrian rider Graysen Stroud has been riding horses for as long as she can remember. At age three, she was introduced to her…
Georgia equestrian fell to first-ranked Auburn by a 17-3 score in its last regular-season competition Friday afternoon at the Auburn University Equestrian Center.