Reedley College Equestrian Team Shines at I.H.S.A. National Show

May 6, 2024

Brenna and Fritz the horseReedley College proudly announces the outstanding performance of sophomore Brenna Orchard at the recent Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (I.H.S.A.) National Show, held at the Tryon Equestrian Center in Mill Falls, North Carolina.

Competing in the individual Open Horsemanship category, Brenna Orchard faced elite riders from top universities across the nation, including Ohio State, West Texas A&M, and Middle Tennessee State University. Demonstrating exceptional skill and dedication, Brenna secured a 10th place finish, marking a significant achievement for Reedley College.

This accomplishment is particularly noteworthy as it represents Reedley College's first appearance at nationals for an individual event, earning Top Ten accolades in an individual class. Brenna’s performance follows in the footsteps of Jordan Miles, who placed 8th in the High Point Rider category in 2019, securing Reedley College’s second Top Ten finish on the national stage.

"Brenna is an exemplary rider, teammate, and student," said the Reedley College Equestrian Team coach. "It was a pleasure to travel with Brenna and watch her compete among the nation's elite athletes. Her months of rigorous training and hard work truly paid off in the show ring."

The entire Reedley College community is encouraged to join in congratulating Brenna Orchard on her remarkable achievement. Her dedication and success reflect the high standards of excellence upheld by Reedley College's equestrian program.

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