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IHSA ZONE 7 - REGION 2

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On day two of 2022 IHSA Nationals West Texas A & M University riders turned a rare feat by winning three consecutive classes. Stephanie Miller (not pictured) started the streak with a first in individual ranch riding. Kamryn Woodard (not pictured) finished the streak with a first in individual open horsemanship, and Jennica Dannehl won the team level I horsemanship class in between. From Bertrand, Nebraska, Dannehl (on left) is seen here with assistant coach Charlotte Chubb, who herself is a former University of Findlay rider. This photo was taken on May 6th near what is called the Winner's Circle (in plain english a place for photos with the IHSA Nationals sign in the background). Dannehl's only ride of the weekend moved the Buffs into a tie for first with St. Mary of the Woods College, as each team had a first and a third through two team classes.


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IHSA Nationals take place over the course of four days, with the first day made up exclusively of hunter seat classes, the fourth day exclusively western and the other two a mix of the two. The fifth class on day one was the first hunter seat flat class of the weekend. The division was individual intermediate on the flat and one of the sixteen entries was Jessica Dziekan of Tarleton State University. Pronounced "Jick-khan" the then-junior is seen here with head coach Michelle Mohr in the stands of the Equine Arena at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on May 5th prior to competing. From Austin, Texas, Dziekan placed eighth to earn the second Region 2 ribbon of the weekend above the participation level.
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The 2022 IHSA Nationals program listed the West Texas A & M University team beginner western rider as Grant Washington. But if you meet him he will tell you that he goes by "Sal" and not Grant. From Levelland, Texas, Sal Washington is seen here in the stands of the Equine Arena at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex prior to placing fifth in team beginner western on May 7th. But Sal earned an even greater award the next day, for the then-junior was voted the winner of the Sportsmanship Award for 2022 IHSA Nationals. And if you were there this was a no-brainer. Washington showed more enthusiasm and was more involved with the activities surrounding team preparedness than anyone in the building.
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Texas Tech University qualified three riders for 2022 IHSA Nationals, one on the western side and two on the hunter seat side. And one of the two hunter seat riders is Haley Ploppert (on left). Seen here with head coach Danica Jorgensen, Ploppert showed in the second class of the entire weekend. From Frisco, Texas, Ploppert closed out her senior year by placing tenth in individual intermediate over fences on May 5th.
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In total contrast Emma Ferguson (on left) and Grace Wolfington of West Texas A & M University rode in the final '22 Nationals class of the four-day weekend, the individual level I horsemanship on May 8th. At the time Ferguson was a senior from Imperial, Nebraska while Wolfington was a junior from Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Ferguson placed fifth and Wolfington second, completing an eventful weekend for the Buffs who went back to Canyon, Texas with two ninths, an eighth, two sevenths, a sixth, three fifths, a fourth, a third, a second and five firsts. Pretty good for being the only school in the entire IHSA with a full western and a full hunter seat team qualified. And we would be remiss if we did not mention that WTAMU had at least one rider entered in each of the seven individual western classes.
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The Zone 7, Region 2 Smorgasbord
 

 Schools which competed in Zone 7, Region 2 during the 2021-2022 school year: New Mexico State University, North Central Texas College, Oklahoma Panhandle State University, Southern Nazarene University, Tarleton State University, Texas Tech University, University of North Texas, University of Oklahoma and West Texas A & M University.


Uncle Jimmy's
 Fall 2022 Show Schedule for Zone 7, Region 2

englishSaturday, October 1 Tarleton State University (Host) at Tarleton State Equine Center, Stephenville, TX 8:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

englishSunday, October 2 Tarleton State University (Host) at Tarleton State Equine Center, Stephenville, TX 8:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

westernSaturday, October 15 Southern Nazarene University (Host) at Canadian County Expo and Event Center, El Reno, OK 9:00AM WESTERN ONLY

westernSunday, October 16 Southern Nazarene University (Host) at Canadian County Expo and Event Center, El Reno, OK 9:00AM WESTERN ONLY

englishSaturday, October 29 West Texas A & M University (Host) on campus at the West Texas A & M Horse Center, Canyon, TX 9:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

englishSunday, October 30 West Texas A & M University (Host) on campus at the West Texas A & M Horse Center, Canyon, TX 9:00AM ENGLISH ONLY

westernSaturday, November 19 Tarleton State University/University of North Texas (Co-Hosts) at Tarleton State Equine Center, Stephenville, TX 9:00AM WESTERN ONLY

westernSunday, November 20 Tarleton State University/University of North Texas (Co-Hosts) at Tarleton State Equine Center, Stephenville, TX 9:00AM WESTERN ONLY

Show Schedule subject to change.


Recent Region 2 Team Champions

Hunter Seat:

1997 - ?????????????????????????
1998 - Texas A & M University
1999 - ?????????????????????????
2000 - Oklahoma State University
2001 - Texas A & M University
2002 - Oklahoma State University
2003 - Oklahoma State University
2004 - Texas A & M University
2005 - Texas A & M University
2006 - Oklahoma State University
2007 - Louisiana State University
2008 - Louisiana State University
2009 - West Texas A & M University
2010 - West Texas A & M University
2011 - West Texas A & M University
2012 - Louisiana State University
2013 - Louisiana State University
2014 - Louisiana State University
2015 - Louisiana State University
2016 - Texas Tech University
2017 - West Texas A & M University
2018 - West Texas A & M University
2019 - West Texas A & M University
2020 - West Texas A & M University
2022 - West Texas A & M University

Western:

1997 - Texas A & M University
1998 - Oklahoma State University
1999 - Oklahoma State University
2000 - Oklahoma State University (1999-
2000 IHSA Stock Seat National Champions)
2001 - West Texas A & M University
2002 - Texas A & M University (2001-02
IHSA Western National Co-champions)
2003 - Texas A & M University (2002-03
IHSA Western National Co-Champions*)
2004 - Oklahoma State University**
2005 - Texas A & M University
2006 - Texas A & M University
2007 - Southern Nazarene University
2008 - North Central Texas College
2009 - West Texas A & M University
2010 - West Texas A & M University
2011 - West Texas A & M University
2012 - West Texas A & M University
2013 - West Texas A & M University (2012-13
IHSA Western National Champions)
2014 - West Texas A & M University
2015 - West Texas A & M University
2016 - West Texas A & M University
2017 - West Texas A & M University
2018 - West Texas A & M University
2019 - West Texas A & M University
2020 - West Texas A & M University
2022 - West Texas A & M University

* - 2003 Region 2 reserve team West Texas A & M
was eligible to compete at IHSA Nationals due to rules related to the number of Western riders in a zone and the number of teams allowed to advance to Nationals. West Texas A & M tied Texas A & M for the 2003 Western National Championship.

** - 2004 Region 2 reserve team Texas A & M was
eligible to compete at IHSA Nationals due to rules related to the number of Western riders in a zone and the number of teams allowed to advance to Nationals. Texas A & M went on to win the 2004 Western National Championship.

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