WEYERS CAVE, Va. - Bridgewater College riders competed in the Bridgewater College SWVHJA Horse Show held at the Bridgewater College Equestrian Center on Saturday, September 8.
Megan Heffernan rode BC's Regal Affair to a first-place finish in the SWVHJA Hunter Seat/Adult Medal. The pair also finished as Reserve Champion of the Low Hunter division, earning a first and second over fences with a third-place finish in the under saddle. They finished off the day with a second-place finish in the SWVHJA Adult Equitation on the Flat.
Jessi Scoggin rode BC's Finally Mine to a second and two third-place finishes in the Adult Pleasure Hunter division.
Becky Scoggin rode BC's Last Dance to three fourth-place finishes in the Adult Pleasure Hunter division.
Britney Linick rode BC's Raphaela to a fifth and third-place finish over fences in the Hopeful Hunter division and first-place finish under saddle earning the pair the Reserve Champion title.
Katelyn Dugan rode BC's Montecristo SCF to a pair of third-place ribbons over fences and a fourth-place finish on the flat in the Adult Hunter division. The pair also achieved a second-place finish in the SWVHJA Adult Medal.
Laurin Watts rode BC's Arsenik to two first-place ribbons over fences and a second-place finish on the flat in the Adult Hunter division earning the pair the Champion title. They also competed in the SWVHJA Adult Medal and placed third.
Kara Kline rode BC's Title One to a clean sweep of the Adult Pleasure division. Earning three first-place ribbons. The pair were Champion of the division.
Izzy Ammendolia rode BC's Alejandro in the Special Adult division, achieving a second and third-place over fences and a third-place ribbon on the flat. The pair were Reserve Champion for the division.
Leslie Bates rode BC's Tug O' War to a fifth and sixth-place finish over fences and a fifth-place finish on the flat in the Hopeful Hunter division.
Katie Dunnock rode BC's Latin Lover to the Champion title of the Special Adult Hunter division. The pair were first and second over fences and placed first under saddle.