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Equestrian Wraps Up SECs Against Georgia in Consolation Final
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Equestrian Wraps Up SECs Against Georgia in Consolation Final

COLLEGE STATION, TX – The South Carolina Equestrian team (7-8) wrapped up the 2024 SEC Championship facing Georgia in the consolation round, falling to the Bulldogs 12-7.

The Gamecock Reining squad got things started, taking two points in the event. Senior Emilia Reutimann took her point 70.5-0 on Colonel over Hannah Jane Lucas, while sophomore Mattie McNeill rounded out the rides with her 71-70.17 win on Joe against Caitlyn Lyons.

Over on the Flat, the Gamecocks grabbed the first two available points over the Bulldogs, with Jayne securing a career-high 93.67 earning the win over Sophia Pilla’s 87.67 on Bebe. For her ride, Jayne secured the Flat MOP on the day. Sophie Mitchell followed suit, defeating Isabella David 86.33-83.67 on Diablo. Mary Hunter Millet tallied a career-high 91.33, tying with Jordan Toering on Queen. Georgia took the remaining two points.

The Bulldogs swept Fences 5-0,  but South Carolina finished the day with a 3-2 win in Horsemanship. Newcomer Jordyn Humbert earned her point on Palmer, 73.83-68.50 over Jordan Davis, while Tierney Horton came out on top 75.33-74.5 on Bailey. Horton’s score was the highest of the day in the event out of both teams, leading the way for her third MOP of the season.


The Gamecocks will look ahead to NCEA Nationals at the World Equestrian Center in Ocala, FL, April 18-20. Fans are encouraged to follow along with in-meet updates on X and Instagram, @GamecockEQ.