COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Texas A&M equestrian
horsemanship coach Beth Bass announced today the addition of freshman Cori
Flowers to the team.
native of Elburn, Ill., Flowers will begin competition immediately this spring
and will have freshman eligibility.
newcomer was most recently the 2012 Illinois Quarter Horse Association (ILQHA)
14-18 All-Around Champion, Showmanship Champion, Equitation Champion, Trail
Champion and Horsemanship Champion. In 2012 she was ranked among the top 20 in
the nation in horsemanship, second in equitation, fifth all-around, fourth in
showmanship and fifth in trail.
American Quarter Horse Youth Association (AQYHA) accolades include being a 2012
finalist, a 2011 World Show qualifier, a 2010 World Show semi-finalist, a 2010
Congress Top Ten Novice Youth and a 2007 Reserve Congress Champion Novice
Youth. She was also named the 2010 Justin 15-18 Rookie of the Year.
daughter of Lynda Basile is a 2012 graduate of Alpha Omega Academy and trains
with Jeff Greaves. She was also involved in high school and club volleyball and
was a three-year starter on her high school varsity basketball team. The animal
science major plans to attend medical or dental school after graduation from
Aggie equestrian team begins the 2013 spring season at Oklahoma State on Feb.
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