Century Mill Equestrian Team 2013-2014
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October 5 Century Mill/ Nasoba Valley @ Century Mill Stables, Bolton, MA
October 13 Grazing Fields @ Grazing Fields, Buzzards Bay, MA
October 26 Furnace Brook/ Friendship Field @ Furnace Brook Farm, New Ipswich, NH
November 2 Wacusett/ Four Winds @ Holiday Acres Equestrian Center, Rutland, MA
November 17 Century Mill/ Nasoba Valley @ Century Mill Stables, Bolton, MA
December 17 Windcrest/ Hummingbirds @ Windcrest Farm, Hebron, CT
January 4 Wachusett @ Holiday Acres Equestrian Center, Rutland, MA
March 30 Regional Finals @ Volo Farm, Westford, MA
Zone Finals @ TBD
National Finals @ TBD
2013-2014 Team Roster
|Upper School Team||Middle School Team|
|Emma Farina - Captain||Lauren Von Stetten - Captain|
|Jess Lifschultz - Co-Captain||Carli Tesini - Co-Captain|
|Nicole Rossie||Kacie Babbit|
|Sam Terry||Meira Woodell|
|Michela Farina||Sammy Murphy|
|Sam Goldstein||Katie Sandler|
|Alivia Kilroy||Ciara Goellner|
|Addie Lupercio||Abby Barnes|
|Mary Ellen Osler||Hilary Mann|
The Interscholastic Equestrian Association is a nationally recognized organization with Junior and High school students competing during the scholastic year. IEA has over 5,000 student-riders on hundreds of teams across North America. Over $15000 in scholarships were awarded at the 2012 National finals.
Century Mill Stables Interscholastic Equestrian Team provides riders in grades 6-12 the opportunity to demonstrate their horsemanship skills as part of a team. Participants are not required to have their own horses or tack. The host farm provides horses for the competition.
Coaching for the shows will be done on the lesson horses provided by Century Mill Stables and the horses used for the shows are provided by the hosting farm. This allows students that do not have a horse and the required equipment to participate and also makes competition fair in that everyone rides a horse that they are not familiar with and are judged on the rider’s ability, not the horse. The competitions involve numerous flat equitation classes up to classes jumping over fences no greater than three feet. Riders can compete both on the flat and over fences.
The IEA is an affiliate of the United States Equestrian Federation, the United States Hunter Jumper Association, and the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association.
Interested in joining? Contact Coach Ellen at 978-779-2934 or email@example.com.