Wildcats Downed by Aggies

DOVER, Del.- The No. 9 K-State equestrian team fell dropped a tough competition on Friday afternoon at the Dovington Training Center, as Kansas State was defeated by No. 3 Texas A&M, 14-0.


Kansas State equestrian is now 2-3 this season, and 1-2 in Big 12 matchups.
The Wildcats fell shy in both disciplines against the Aggies falling in Hunt Seat, 8-0 and Western, 6-0.

Equitation over Fences

The Aggies notched the victory as the Wildcats fell short, 4-0.

Equitation on the Flat

K-State battled hard in the discipline but fell to Texas A&M, 4-0.


 The Wildcats came out fighting at the beginning of the day in Horsemanship as they dropped a 3-0 decision in favor of the Aggies.


The final score in Reining Friday was 3-0, as K-State fell to A&M.

Coming up Next

   No. 9 Kansas State will conclude its fall schedule on Saturday in Dover, Delaware, as they take on Delaware State at 12 p.m.