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Though they did not ride head-to-head in any classes at 2013 IHSA Nationals both Miami of Ohio senior Kitty Sarosy and her younger sister Jane Sarosy of Otterbein University stopped to pose with many others last May 4th at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex. From left to right are Otterbein assistant coach Lindsay Yinger, Jane Sarosy (who was fourth in team open over fences earlier that day), Becky Sarosy (the mom), Kitty Sarosy (who was eighth earlier in the day in the Cacchione Cup Competition as well as eighth in individual open over fences two days earlier), Miami of Ohio director of riding Lori Cramer, Miami head coach Heather Pinnick and IHSA Founder and Executive Director Bob Cacchione.

Uncle Jimmy's

Save for one half of the AQHA high point open rider reining class the University of Findlay had at least one rider in every class on the final day of 2013 IHSA Nationals (nine classes in total). The individual advanced western horsemanship division featured two Findlay riders, Jared Deatrick (on left) and Melissa McDonald (on right). In between is the Oiler's very busy head coach Cindy Morehead, who reaped the benefits when McDonald won the division while Deatrick was reserve champion in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania last May 5th.

The team results of 2012 Zone 6 Zones at the Derrickson Agricultural Complex in Morehead, Kentucky on March 31st were similar to those a year earlier, with the same Region 2 school the champion ahead of the same Region 3 school in reserve...
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Region 1: The University of Findlay hosted one of three 2012 Semifinal events around the country. The Oilers had won all five Semifinal events they had ever competed in prior to the March 24th/25th weekend. Did Findlay continue their streak of Semifinal blue ribbon efforts?...
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Region 2: Prior to 2012 IHSA Nationals the Ohio State University had produced three riders who won what is often called the AQHA High Point Western Rider division. This class, which includes sections for reining and western horsemanship, determines the top open western rider in the IHSA each season. Someone very familiar to the Buckeye coaching staff was the 2012 champion...
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Region 3: On February 13, 2011 Morehead State University hosted hunter seat in the AM and western in the afternoon. Though the University of Kentucky won the hunter seat show to stay unbeaten up to that point it was a close race for AM high point team honors...
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Region 4: Michigan State hosted a hunter seat show on campus on January 12, 2008. Grand Valley State University won while the University of Michigan maintaned their lead in the 2007-08 Region 4 hunter seat team standings...
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Region 5: Still known as Zone 3, Region 3 at the time, the 2007-08 season opener in Region 3 was co-hosted by the region's alumni at Mingo Creek Farms (which was the site of choice for the University of Pittsburgh) on September 24, 2007. One particular school ran away with high point team honors. Based on today's effort it was not a surprise that the opening-day winner eventually took a full hunter seat team to IHSA Nationals for the first time...
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