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GALLERY: Equestrian vs. Maroon & White Scrimmage

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Photo by Photo by Hannah Shaffer

The Texas A&M Equestrian vs. Maroon & White scrimmage began with the reigning event.

The No. 5 ranked Texas A&M equestrian team hosted the Maroon & White Scrimmage on the afternoon of Friday, Sept. 17. at the Hildebrand Equine Complex. The scrimmage served as a performance evaluation before the competition season officially begins. 
The Aggies will hit the road for their first regular season matchup, where they will face South Dakota State on Sept. 25. 

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  • Senior Lisa Bricker rounds the corner of the arena on her horse Buddy.

    Photo by Photo by Hannah Shaffer
  • Lisa Bricker and Buddy pick up speed for the next move of the routine.

    Photo by Photo by Hannah Shaffer
  • Junior Malena Lopez smiles to the crowd.

    Photo by Photo by Hannah Shaffer
  • Malena Lopez competed in the reigning event on her horse Otis.

    Photo by Photo by Hannah Shaffer
  • Sophomore Alli Buffington spins her horse Uvalde during her reigning routine.

    Photo by Photo by Hannah Shaffer
  • Alli Buffington brings Uvalde to a halt to showcase their skills.

    Photo by Photo by Hannah Shaffer
  • Freshman Mattie Gustin competed on her horse Indie.

    Photo by Photo by Hannah Shaffer
  • Junior Alle Durkin warms up on her horse Tommie.

    Photo by Photo by Hannah Shaffer
  • The Equestrian vs. Maroon & White Scrimmage showcased both Western and English riding events.

     

    Photo by Photo by Hannah Shaffer
  • Fifth-year student Caroline Dance lands a jump over a fence.

    Photo by Photo by Hannah Shaffer
  • Sophomore Alexis Ortiz guides Chapman over a fence during the fence jumping event.

    Photo by Photo by Hannah Shaffer
  • Alexis Ortiz smiles after completing her round.

    Photo by Photo by Hannah Shaffer
  • Sophomore Kennedy McCaulley begins her equitation over fences portion of the scrimmage.

    Photo by Photo by Hannah Shaffer
  • Freshman Rylee Shufelt jumps a fence on Chapman.

    Photo by Photo by Hannah Shaffer
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