Equitation Over Fences
Nora Gray, SMU

Nora Gray, SMU

Equitation On The Flat
Brooke Nelson, Fresno

Brooke Nelson, Fresno

Horsemanship
Cheyenne Adams, Delaware State

Cheyenne Adams, Delaware State

Reining
Noel Meadows, UT-Martin

Noel Meadows, UT-Martin



NOVEMBER 2017
Thursday, December 7, 2017

The United Equestrian Conference has announced its November Riders of the Month on Thursday, December 7, 2017.

Equitation Over Fences Rider of the Month: Nora Gray, SMU

  • Posted a 2-0 record in Equitation Over Fences during the month of November, helping her team to a pair of wins against Delaware State and No. 10 UT-Martin.
  • Averaged a score of 82.5 for the month and defeated her opponents by an average margin of 15.5 points.
  • Helped the SMU hunt seat squad to an undefeated fall semester.

Equitation On The Flat Rider of the Month: Brooke Nelson, Fresno 

  • Charted a 2-0 record in Equitation On The Flat during the month of November, earning one MVP honor.
  • Averaged a score of 83.5 for the month and defeated opponents by an average margin of 7.5 points.
  • Earned victories against conference opponents from UT-Martin and Delaware State, with an MVP honor against Delaware State.

Horsemanship Rider of the Month: Cheyenne Adams, Delaware State

  • Recorded a 2-0 record in Horsemanship during the month of November with a pair of MVP honors. The appearances were the first two NCEA horsemanship competitions of her career.
  • Averaged a score of 73.75 for the month of November. Both victories came against opponents from top-10 teams.
  • Defeated Fresno State’s Taylor Dixon by 1.5 points and earned the MVP honor. Defeated Georgia’s Bailey Anderson by 0.5 points and earned the MVP honor. 

Reining Rider of the Month: Noel Meadows, UT-Martin

  • Recorded a 2-0 record in Reining for the month of November with one MVP honor.
  • Averaged a score of 69 in the month of November and defeated her opponents by an average margin of 2.5 points.
  • Helped UT-Martin as a team defeat Fresno State and fall by one point to No. 2 SMU.