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No. 1 TCU Equestrian celebrates senior day with win over No. 7 Oklahoma State

The Horned Frogs take down rival at last home meet.
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The 2024 Equestrian seniors after beating Oklahoma State on Feb. 23

No. 1 TCU Equestrian garnered their second largest margin of victory, 14-6, against rival No. 7 Oklahoma State on February 23 at home. The Horned Frogs continue to boast their historic 10-0 record, with only two meets left before the post season championships. 

TCU now lies 2-0 against the Cowgirls this season – not letting them take their record breaking season just yet – avenging last year’s Big 12 Championship loss where Oklahoma State ended a historic streak for the Frogs. 

Lilly Goldstein, a Flat rider for TCU, notched a score of 93 – her career best in the event.  Riding on Dover, Goldstein was also awarded the Most Outstanding Performer accolade on Dover. While only a freshman, Goldstein has shined throughout the season with five awards so far –  including Big 12 Rider of the Month (Nov. 1). This is also not the first time Goldstein has hit the 90’s in her freshman debut,  but in fact her third (Oct. 20 – 91, Nov. 10 – 92). 

“It was a great day,” Goldstein said. “I wanna win a championship so me trying my personal best everyday and going out riding – will have me looking better towards the post run season.”

Ashleigh Scully and Mattie Dukes, additionally won MOPs in Fences and Horsemanship. The three Most Outstanding Performer awards is an improvement of the two they had in the last meeting against Oklahoma State.

At the end of the day – it was time to celebrate the seniors and their accomplishments over the year. 

“These women were freshmen when we just came back from COVID so they didn’t have the typical college experience, but they leaned in and trusted the process,” Haley Schoolfield,  Dir. of Equestrian said. “Their success, their accolades and their growth – I mean you could write just a whole book about them. They are just amazing women.” 

With no home meets left of the 23-24 season TCU travels down I-35 to Waco to take on Baylor.  

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