DANVERS, Mass. — The Endicott equestrian team earned reserve high point team honors (second place overall out of 11 teams) at its own home show on Saturday evening.
Leading the way for the Gulls was Isabella Jarosiewicz (Boxford, Mass.) who received high point rider accolades for placing first in intermediate fences and intermediate flat.
Endicott also saw Kathleen Bolduc (Peabody, Mass.) qualify for regionals in novice fences to highlight the day.
"It was busy, but it was an amazing day. Everyone rode well and the entire team worked well together making it a successful show that went off without a hitch," said Endicott equestrian head coach Bethany Jones. "We were also fortunate to be able to host a visit from the founder of the IHSA, Bob Cacchione, which makes the horse show much more special. It was a great day to be a Gull!"
OTHER SHOW HIGHLIGHTS
- Caitlin Laliberte (Westford, Mass.) and Leah Tenney (Yarmouth, Maine) both posted first place performances in novice flat.
- Abbigale Gerrish (Greenland, N.H.) was fourth in open fences and fifth in open flat.
- McKenzie Paiva (Mansfield, Mass.) ranked fourth in open fences.
- Annabella Silva (North Truro, Mass.) and Bolduc were third and sixth, respectively, in novice fences.
- Brianna Gallagher (Plymouth, Mass.) and Katie Denker (Woburn, Mass.) both finished third in walk-trot.
- Amber Vuilleumier (Clinton, Conn.) turned in a fourth place showing in walk-trot-canter.
(Photo Credit - Nick Grace)