The top ten horses were selected from each of the four events that the NCEA competes in – Reining, Horsemanship, Equitation on the Flat, and Equitation Over Fences.
“We take pride in having quality equine athletes as part of our team because in our sport having quality horses is just as important as having quality student-athletes,” head coach Robin Morris-Walters said.
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