Dec. 3, 2013
ATHENS, Ga.- Bailey Anderson has signed her National Letter of Intent to ride for the Georgia equestrian team beginning in 2014-15, Head Coach Meghan Boenig announced. She will ride as a member of the Horsemanship team. A native of Millsap, Texas, Anderson is the daughter of Tim and Tina Anderson and has one brother, Dylan.
"I am just so very excited, honored, and thrilled to have Bailey, the nation's top horsemanship recruit, join our horsemanship team," Associate Head Coach Mary Meneely said. "Bailey is a dedicated individual with a passion for winning at the highest levels. Her impressive riding resume is a mirror image of the fabulous young lady that she has become. Bailey has grown up in the horse industry, competing and holding the reins of multiple horses. Her show ring presence, coupled with her years of experience and high academics will serve her very well in her success here at Georgia! I could not be more excited to have Bailey joining us next fall!"
Anderson brings to Georgia an impressive resume, which includes three Congress Championships and a pair of top-ten finishes at the AQHYA World Show. She was also named the All-Around Youth Champion at the 2013 Reichert Celebration and earned AQHA Superior honors in both Horsemanship and Showmanship.
In addition to having a successful riding career, Anderson is the President of the Texas Quarter Horse Youth Association and the National Snaffle Bit Association.