Women's Equestrian

Courtney Hayden
Courtney Hayden


Dallas, Texas

High School:
Highland Park


Advanced Walk-Trot-Canter


Prep: Won four individual events as well as three Reserve Championships...Best Results/Honors/Awards: 2007 - High Adult Jumpers Level 3 & 4 at Las Colinas: Reserve Champion...2006 - Children's Jumper Classic at Pin Oak: 1st Place; Children's Jumper Level 3 at Pin Oak: Reserve Champion; WIHS Tad Coffin Performance Saddles Equitation (Jumper Phase) at Las Colinas: 1st Place; USEF Pony Finals at the Kentucky Horse Park (Lexington, KY): Zone 7 team (Consists of Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas): 4 team members: Team placed 6th...2005 - Modified Junior/ Amateur Jumper Level 4 & 5 at Las Colinas: Reserve Champion; Mini Prix 3'6''-3'9'' at Hidden Lake Farm: 2nd Place; Mini Prix 3'6''-3'9'' at Hidden Lake Farm: 4th Place; Children's/ Adult Jumper Classic Level 3 for the Texas Fall Classic Horse Show: 1st Place; Pony Jumper Level 2 & 3 in Waco: Champion; Pony Jumper Level 2 & 3 in Waco: Received the Style Award; Children's Jumper Level 2 & 3 for THJA: 6th Place; Children's Jumper Level 2 & 3 for USEF: 3rd Place...2004 - Schooling Jumpers 3'-3'3'' for NTHJC: 3rd Place...2003 - Junior/Amateur Hunter 2'6'' 14 & Over for NTHJC: 1st Place; Children's/Adult Hunter 2'9'' for NTHJC: 6th Place; Low Hunter 2'9'' for NTHJC: 8th Place

Personal: Her mother Allison was a national championship-level western style rider for 10 years...her sister, Caroline, also competes in level 2-4 hunter/jumpers...played several sports at youth level, including soccer, basketball and softball, before dedicating herself to equestrian.

Major: Engineering

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