Megan Southam
blank Megan Southam

Langley, B.C.

High School:
Walnut Grove Secondary


Hunt Seat


born March 8, 1993...the daughter of Kenneth and Heather Southam...has nine years' riding experience and prefers Jumpers and Equitation...2012-13: named to the NCEA Academic Team...earned NCEA Academic Honor Roll honors...named to the SEC Honor Roll...competed in both Equitation Over Fences and Equitation on the Flat...earned a record of 4-4 in Equitation Over Fences...season-best score of 85 came at Baylor...scored an 82 against Texas A&M...won her final two home meets of the season...earned a 3-1 record in Equitation on the Flat...season-best score of 86 came at Texas A&M...posted a score of 86 against UT-Martin...went 1-1 at the SEC Championships with a win over Texas A&M...2011-12: named to the SEC First Year Academic Honor Roll...won one MVP...finished with a 4-0 record in Over Fences...first win came in an 18-point decision against Delaware State...MVP-winning ride was against Fresno State, where she scored an 81...averaged a score of 84.5 against South Carolina in the Southern Equestrian Championship...picked up three wins in Equitation on the Flat...won her first matchup with a score of 75 against Kansas State...season-best score of 80 came in a win over Fresno State...Other: spent her summer of 2013 in Elmpt, Germany, working and riding with Desiree Johnson of Johnson Horses...during her time in Germany, she was involved in all aspects of the European equestrian industry...competed in small shows in Holland and Germany in 2013...won the USET at the Thunderbird BC open...amassed a slew of honors, including top placings in the 1.20-meter, 1.25-meter and 1.30-meter jumper classes at The Thunderbird Classic, Milner Downs Classic, and the prestigious Spruce Meadows North American horse a junior rider, she earned top ribbons in the Canadian Equestrian Team Medal, Jump Canada Medal, USEF Hunter Seat Medal, USEF Talent 2007 she had the distinction of being the youngest competitor in the Canadian Equestrian Team National Medal Finals, finishing 10th 2006, she was the only Canadian invited to compete at the National Children's Medal Finals at the Capital Challenge Horse Show (Maryland).

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