Consistency has been the name of the game for the Harvard equestrian team.
Yet again, the team finished in third place overall--this time at Mt. Ida.
Taking first place ribbons were sophomores Laura Winthrop, Michael Haynie and junior Eric Reitman.
Winthrop not only topped all competitors over Novice fences, but she also received a third-place nod on the Novice flat.
Haynie and Reitman were winners in the Adncaned Walk-Trot-Canter and Beginner Walk-Trot respectively.
Other notables were freshman Kerla Moore who nabbed two thirds, one over Novice Fences and Novice flat and sophomore Jaylaan Ahdmad-Lewellyn grabbed a fifth over Open fences.
Harvard will look to jump past third place this coming weekend when it heads to Dartmouth on Nov. 1.
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