Two Randolph College students won national honors at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association National Horse Show today.
Reynolds Martin ’15 won first place for individual novice equitation on the flat, while Meaghan Hynes ’16 won third place for individual intermediate equitation on the flat.
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They are the first two Randolph riders to win top three spots at the National Horse Show. They are the fifth and sixth in the program’s history to compete in the show.
Martin is a legacy student, the daughter of Owen Murray Jaeger ’83, granddaughter of Jane Reynolds Murray ’66, and cousin of Maggie Murray ’14.