Centenary College will host the 35th Annual ANRC National Intercollegiate Equitation Championship
RELEASE: March 22, 2012
AUTHOR/ADMINISTRATOR: 2012 ANRC National Intercollegiate Equitation Championship
The 34th Annual American National Riding Commission (ANRC) National Collegiate Equitation Championship will take place at Centenary College on April 20-22. Approximately 15 college teams will showcase their most talented riders, who will be judged and scored in four phases: a Program Ride (including USEF hunter equitation tests); a Hunter Seat Equitation Medal Course; a Derby Style Equitation Course (over natural obstacles in a field); and a written test based on riding theory and equine science. Novice division entries will compete over fences at 2’6” and National division entries will compete over fences at 3’.
Both individuals and teams will receive honors and awards from ANRC and USHJA (United States Hunter Jumper Association). USHJA is the primary sponsor of the event and participants are eligible for USHJA Affiliate Equitation awards. This year's judges are Streett Moore from Baltimore, MD and Robert Crandall from Wellington, Florida. The written test judge is Marion Lee from Leesburg, Virginia. For more information about the 2012 championship, visit the ANRC website at www.anrc.org
The ANRC is an Affiliate of USEF and USHJA. New in 2012, the USHJA is partnering with ANRC to add a new competitive venue to the USHJA Outreach Program based on the ANRC National Collegiate Equitation Championship format. Information and specifications for the USHJA/ANRC Horsemanship Program can be found by visiting the USHJA website or by contacting Kimberly Knotek at email@example.com