SEC Equestrian Riders of the Month (Nov. 29, 2012)
SEC Equitation Over Fences Rider of the Month: Amber Henter, South Carolina
• The SEC leader in Equitation Over Fences victories with six wins on the year and her team’s overall leader in wins with six despite having competed in only one event all season.
• Went a perfect 4-0 during the month of November in Equitation Over Fences competitions with all four wins coming on the road and two coming in league competition.
• Has an average score of 83.5 through the month of November, including a score of 86 at No. 10 Southern Methodist.
• Has helped her team to a No. 1 national ranking for two consecutive polls with all four competitions in the month of November coming against top-10 teams.
SEC Equitation On The Flat Rider of the Month: Carly Anthony, Georgia
• Went 3-1 during the month of November with each of her three victories coming on the road.
• Currently tied for the best Equitation On the Flat score in the SEC this season with a 92.
• Defeated her opponents by an average of 7.8 points per competition.
• Scored a season-best 92 at then-No. 3 Auburn for MOP honors.
• Defeated her opponent from No. 9 New Mexico State by 11 on the road.
SEC Horsemanship Rider of the Month: Kelsey Urban, South Carolina
• Won her first career point at No. 1 Georgia while also winning her first career MVP in just her second collegiate competition
• Was the first Gamecock freshman in at least four years to win an MVP against Georgia at the UGA Equestrian Complex.
• In the MOP win at No. 1 Georgia, her 76 was event-high (for both teams)
• In her win at No. 4 Texas A&M, her 5.5-point margin of victory was the largest of the event and in the entire Western portion of the competition
• In her win at No. 8 Baylor, her 2.5-point margin of victory was the second-largest of the event
SEC Reining Rider of the Month: McKenzie Lantz, Georgia
• Went 4-0 during the month of November with three of those wins coming on the road.
• Went 4-0 with three of those wins coming on the road
• Defeated her opponents by an average of 4.5
• Largest margin of victory of nine came at then-No. 3 Auburn
• Has lost just one competition this season and is averaging a score in the 70s