Though her hometown in California is written "La Canada" the correct pronounciation is "La-Can-Ya-Da." Olivia Champ of Dartmouth College (on right, with head coach Sally Batton) hails from La Canada and in 2016-17 she finished the season with a combined 63 open flat and fences points. This made Champ the Region 2 high point open rider for the school year and thus she competed at 2017 IHSA Nationals in the Cacchione Cup Competition.

From Scituate, Massachusetts, Liz Harriman of the University of Vermont is seen here way back in April of 2016 after winning the individual novice flat at Zone 1 Zones. A year later Harriman finished her junior year by placing third in team open flat at 2017 Zone 1 Zones. During her first three years at Vermont the Cattamounts have won the region title each season. In 2016-17 the team race went down to the last show, with the University of Vermont holding off Dartmouth for the year by a 287-283 score.
Bates College finished ninth out of twelve Region 2 teams in 2016-17. From Highland Park, Illinois, Zoe Moss (pictured) was one of two Bates riders to reach Regionals. Moss showed in both Intermediate classes at the April 1, 2017 Regional show.
Coached by Kate Selby (on right), Middlebury College finished fifth in the Region 2 team standings one point ahead of Colby - Sawyer College. From Brooklyn, New York, Anna Paritsky (on left) was one of five Middlebury riders to qualify for Regionals in 2016-17, doing so in advanced walk-trot-canter. As is the case nearly every other year Middlebury will host the Region 2 season opener. And as usual if Middlebury hosts the opener on a Saturday then the University of Vermont will host the second show of the season a day later. And then they swap positions the following season (Vermont on Saturday, Middlebury on Sunday) some of the time!
From Dover, New Hampshire, Mara Perkins (pictured) was one of three University of New England riders to qualify for Regionals last season. Perkins pointed out of novice flat for the Nor'Easters who finished seventh in the Region 2 team standings.
We thought that Heather Burno of the University of New Hampshire was a senior during the 2015-16 season. Perhaps she had one more semester, for Burno (who is seen here near the Skoglund Building where UNH hosts their shows) qualified for Regionals the following season in intermediate fences. The Wildcats were in the thick of the hunt for a Region Title in 2016-17, having gone into the final show with realistic chances of catching both Vermont and Dartmouth. Ultimately UNH finished third with 269 points.
As it turned out Dartmouth College was the only Region 2 program with a rider at 2017 IHSA Nationals in Lexington, Kentucky. Champ was the Region 2 Cacchione Cup representative while two others qualified individually. Meg Rauner was second at Zones in individual novice flat while Claire Bick (pictured) was second at Zones in individual intermediate flat. Remarkably both riders repeated as reserve champion riders at Nationals. From Polson, Montana, Bick is seen here on the floor of AllTech Arena at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington after placing second in intermediate flat on May 4th to close out her junior year on a very high note.
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 Schools which competed in Zone 1, Region 2 during the 2016-2017 school year: Bates College, Bowdoin College, Castleton State College, Colby-Sawyer College, Dartmouth College, Endicott College, Middlebury College, Norwich University, University of Maine at Orono, University of New England, University of New Hampshire and University of Vermont.

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 Fall 2017 Show Schedule for Zone 1, Region 2 (Zone 1, Region 2 is English Only):

englishSaturday, October 7 Middlebury College (Host) at the Equestry, New Haven, VT 9:00AM

englishSunday, October 8 University of Vermont (Host) at Imajica, Williston, VT 9:00AM

englishSunday, October 22 Dartmouth College (Host) at the Dartmouth Riding Center at Morton Farm, Etna, NH 9:00AM

englishSaturday, October 28 University of New Hampshire (Host) on campus at the University of New Hampshire Equine Center, Durham, NH 9:00AM

englishSunday, October 29 Colby-Sawyer College (Host) at Twin Ridge Farm, Warner, NH 9:00AM

englishSaturday, November 4 Dartmouth College/Colby-Sawyer College (Co-Hosts) at the Dartmouth Riding Center at Morton Farm, Etna, NH 9:00AM

Show Schedule subject to change.

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Recent Region 2 Team Champions

1997 - Tufts University
1998 - Colby-Sawyer College
1999 - Tufts University
2000 - University of Vermont
2001 - University of Vermont
2002 - University of Vermont
2003 - University of Vermont
2004 - University of Vermont
2005 - Dartmouth College
2006 - University of Vermont
2007 - Dartmouth College
2008 - Mount Ida College
2009 - University of Vermont
2010 - University of Vermont
2011 - University of New Hampshire
2012 - University of New Hampshire
2013 - University of New Hampshire
2014 - Dartmouth College
2015 - University of Vermont
2016 - University of Vermont
2017 - University of Vermont

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