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GALLERY: Equestrian vs. UC Davis

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Senior Brianna Sims concentrates as she guides Matrix over a fence.

The Texas A&M Equestrian team took on the UC Davis Aggies at the Hildebrand Equine Complex.  In dominating fashion, Texas A&M won both the Horsemanship and Equitation over Fences events.

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  • Sophomore Alex Albright and Dede won a point for Texas A&M in the horsemanship event.

  • Freshman Haley Redifer concentrates as she clears a fence and approaches a landing.

  • Senior Brianna Sims rides off after landing a jump.

  • Freshman Haley Redifer and her horse Sagaro clear a fence by mere inches.

  • Senior Brianna Sims concentrates and keeps her cool as she clears her final fence of the event.

  • Freshman Haley Redifer and Sagaro won a point for Texas A&M during the equitation over fences event.

  • Sophomore Alex Albright smiles at the crowd as she starts her event.

  • The Texas A&M Aggies took on the UC Davis Aggies in women’s equestrian at the Hildebrand Equine Complex.

  • Sophomore Hayden Stewart competed in the Equitation over fences event.

  • Sophomore Hayden Stewart eyes a fences before attempting a jump.

  • Senior Brianna Sims and her horse Matrix warms up before the equitation over fences event.

  • Senior Brianna Sims approaches a jump during her first event of the day.

  • Senior Brianna Sims riding Matrix appear suspended in midair while clearing a fence.

  • Senior Brianna Sims calmly approaches a landing over a fence.

  • Senior Brianna Sims and Matrix ride off from a jump after a victorious equitation over fences event.

  • Junior Ashley Davidson and her horse Ollie prepare to start the horsemanship event.

  • Junior Ashley Davidson concentrates as she slowly guides Ollie around the equine complex.

  • Sophomore Alex Albright riding Dede prepares to start her horsemanship event.

  • With Sophomore Alex Albright’s final point for Texas A&M, the Aggies swept UC Davis in the horsemanship event.

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