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Morrisville State hunt seat team reserve champion at Skidmore

MORRISVILLE, N.Y. – The Morrisville State hunt seat equestrian team compiled 35 points to take home show reserve champion honors, along with Hartwick, at the Skidmore College Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) invitational Saturday in Saratoga Springs.

Skidmore won the event with 49 team points, while Colgate and Cobleskill rounded out the top five with 32 and 26 points, respectively.

Amanda Varall (Bohemia, N.Y.) qualified for the regional championships in the walk trot canter class, following her blue ribbon performance in the advanced class.

Two additional teammates also posted top finishes in the advanced walk trot canter class, including Alexis D’Auria (Cronton-on-Hudson, N.Y.) and Rebecca Gates (Holley, N.Y.).

Six additional Mustangs finished second in their respective classes to lead Morrisville State to team reserve show honors.

Morrisville State is on the road Saturday, March 2 at Hartwick, before returning home to
host a show on the 9th.

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