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The defending Big 12 Champions will assemble for battle, as the No. 3 Oklahoma State equestrian team hosts the Big 12 equestrian tournament this weekend in Stillwater.

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The Oklahoma State equestrian team continued its winning ways for its first and second road wins in Delaware on Friday and Saturday.

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The Oklahoma State equestrian team won its second consecutive meet after defeating Big 12 opponent TCU 12-8 Saturday at Totusek Arena. The Cowgirls remain undefeated at home and have won three of their last four.

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For the Oklahoma State equestrian team, home has never felt sweeter. The Cowgirls will saddle up for their final meet of 2018 against West Texas A&M at 10 a.m. Saturday at Totusek Arena.

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Even with back-to-back losses, Oklahoma State equestrian coach Larry Sanchez has increasingly learned about his team.

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Although the Oklahoma State equestrian team lost its season opener, it looks to bounce back in a familiar place.

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The Oklahoma State equestrian team dropped its season opener Friday, falling to No. 3 Texas A&M 12-5 in College Station, Texas.

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The OSU equestrian team had no shortage of All-Americans, as the National Collegiate Equestrian Association honored six Cowgirls on Wednesday.

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The Oklahoma State equestrian team received the No. 4 spot in this week’s NCEA top-10 rankings.

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Four All-Americans and eight seniors spearheaded the Oklahoma State equestrian lineup, but when the dust settled, three freshmen rose to the top of the Cowgirl ranks.

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As a a top-five showdown approached, coach Larry Sanchez and the Oklahoma State equestrian team knew Auburn would present a big challenge.

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For the second straight year, the Oklahoma State equestrian team fell to Texas A&M in the National Collegiate Equestrian Association quarterfinals, this time a 14-1 defeat, at the Extraco Events Center in Waco, Texas.

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The Oklahoma State equestrian team dropped its first conference meet of the season Saturday, falling to top-ranked Baylor 15-4 in Waco, Texas.