Carolina looks to win six fall meets for first time in program history
Senior becomes third active Gamecock to win a Congress championship
2006-07: One of USC's more experienced western riders...Member of Reserve National Championship Western team...Posted a 6-2 record at the VENC's, going 3-1 in both horsemanship and reining...Recorded a 145.5-141 victory of Western National Champion Texas A&M...Competed in 28 events, finishing with a 15-13 record...Went 8-6 in horsemanship and 7-7 in reining...Recorded five straight wins at the VENC's...Posted a high score of 76.5 against Auburn in horsemanship...Named to SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll.
2005-06: One of USC's more experienced western riders...Went 9-8-1 in competitions...Competed at Southern Equestrian Championships and at Varsity Equestrian National Championships...Recorded five straight wins...Went 1-1 at Southern Equestrian Championships... Posted a high score of 91.5 in win over Auburn at S.E.C.'s...Despite a very solid performance against Oklahoma State at the V.E.N.C.'s, suffered 137-137.5 loss...Won Horsemnaship at 2005 Congress...Team MVP in Horsemanship.
2004-05: Competed in several competitions throughout the season...Won section four of the horsemanship division at 2005 Nationals
High School: Qualified for the AQHYA World Show in Western Horsemanship and Hunt Seat Equitation in 2004...At the 2003 AQHYA World Show, placed 5th in Horsemanship, 10th in Western Riding and 10th in NYATT Horsemanship...In the 2001 and 2002 AQHYA World Show Competitions, combined for 10 top 10 finishes.
Personal: Born March 8, 1986 in Lancaster, Calif....Majoring in marketing...Favorite food is sushi...First CD ever owned was ACDC's Back in Black...Favorite indoor activity is basketball...Is a self-proclaimed product junkie... Hobbies include shopping and wakeboarding...Parents are Dave and Anne Bradley.