Sweet Briar riders competed at the House Mountain Horse Show in Lexington last weekend, bringing home several ribbons.
Sarah Miller ’20 and Sweet Briar’s Mulligan were champions in the special adult hunters division. The pair won the hack and an over-fences round and placed second in the Sweet Briar Medal class.
In the special children’s hunter division, the championship went to Lily Peterson ’21 on Sweet Briar’s Love Z. Katie Balding ’21 was reserve champion on Sweet Briar’s Lord of the Dance. Peterson also won the Sweet Briar Medal and both of her over-fences rounds and placed fourth in the hack. Balding won the hack, placed second over fences and fifth in the Sweet Briar Medal class.
Willa Poepsel ’21 also competed in the special children’s division. Riding Sweet Briar’s More About Me, Poepsel placed second in the hack, third over fences and sixth in the Sweet Briar Medal. Emily Schlosberg ’18 on Sweet Briar’s Theodore competed in the adult hunter division and placed third and fourth over fences.
Sweet Briar will host the Sweet Briar Medal Finals on Sunday, Oct. 15, at the Harriet Howell Rogers Riding Center. Alisa Berry ’03 will be the judge. Click here to view the prize list.