The first show of the day started with multiple classes of reining. The first reining class saw two WTAMU riders hitting the board as Christa Fosburg took third and Hannah Agee took fourth. The second reining class saw WT grab their first blue ribbon of the day as Kristen Liesman won the class with teammate Kelsey Kenson taking third. The last reining class saw similar results to class one as Hannah Welter finished third and Tabatha Taylor took the fifth place ribbon.
Christa Forsburg was seen on the score sheet again in the first class of Open Horsemanship when she finished third. Kristen Liesman won her second class of the day in the second class of Open Horsemanship to add another blue ribbon to her wall.The WT riders continued to hit the score sheet in Intermediate II as Paige Frevert took second in the first class of the section and Anna Copple won the second class. The novice riders held their own and carried on the day’s theme as Sarah Schmitt and Kristi Benedict took third in both their classes in the division.
Rider Julia Roberts would bring home the Lady Buffs’ fourth win of the weekend in her advanced class. Lindsey McNeil finished off the first show by bringing home a second in the Beginner division.
After a short break, the event saw reining back in the arena for the second show of the day. In the first class, WT quickly showed they would be a force to be reckoned with as Hannah Welter won with teammate Kelsey Kenson taking second.
The second reining class would see Christa Forsburg grabbing third place followed by Julia Roberts in fifth. In the final reining class of the day, Kristen Liesman took home second place honors with Hannah Agee finishing behind her in fourth place.
WT dominated in the horsemanship classes again as Kristin Liesman took fourth in the first Open class of the show. Hannah Welter followed up her reining win with a second in her Open class. In the Intermediate I class, Lady Buffs Angela Bradley and Jessica Reed took the second and third spots.
The first class of Intermediate II saw Audra Head being announced in the fifth place spot followed by Mary Trimble winning the second class of the division.
Lindsay Raften got her division started off right when she took first in the first class of the Novice division. Kristen Johansen followed up Raften’s win with a second place in the second class of Novice. Amy Mitchem would finish off WT’s show with a fourth place in the Advanced class.
“We all rode well and we definitely had to overcome some sticky situations,” Raften said.
The Lady Buffs’ next show is an NCAA show at Texas Christian University on Nov 5.