Two girls from Dunwoody advanced to competition in the Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) national championships. Ashley Scott Armstrong, a seventh-grader at the Atlanta International School and Taylor Doolittle, a seventh-grader at Peachtree Middle School, represented the Huntclliff Equestrian Team in Syracuse, N.Y. Both girls qualified for nationals by placing first in their class at the southeast finals at John’s Island, S.C. in March. Armstrong finished in sixth place at the national level. Huntcliff Equestrian Center’s high school and middle school teams both qualified for regional and zone competition. The riders are coached by Kindra Warner at the Huntcliff Equestrian Center in Sandy Springs . “We have had an absolutely awesome season. We have a supportive team of riders who demonstrated confidence and sportsmanship both inside and outside the show ring,” stated Ms. Warner. “They worked together as a team to make this year so successful. I am very proud of all the riders.” High school senior riders on the team included Kelly Boltz and Olivia Wagner of Dunwoody High School. Holy Innocents’ and Westminster School teams also advanced in the southeast and national competitions.