Competing with the top equestrian high school athletes in two states, Sequim High School junior Grace Niemeyer (and Cody) placed third in Jumping at the The Pacific North West Invitational (PNWIC) in Redmond, Ore., held June 14-16. The PNWIC is a regional finals meet of the top five teams and individuals from each state’s (Washington and Oregon) high school equestrian state championship meet. Each state has about 1,000 athletes competing for these top-five spots. Niemeyer placed fifth at the Washington High School Equestrian Team finals in May. Photo courtesy of Katie Salmon-Newton

Competing with the top equestrian high school athletes in two states, Sequim High School junior Grace Niemeyer (and Cody) placed third in Jumping at the The Pacific North West Invitational (PNWIC) in Redmond, Ore., held June 14-16. The PNWIC is a regional finals meet of the top five teams and individuals from each state’s (Washington and Oregon) high school equestrian state championship meet. Each state has about 1,000 athletes competing for these top-five spots. Niemeyer placed fifth at the Washington High School Equestrian Team finals in May. Photo courtesy of Katie Salmon-Newton

Equestrian sports: Sequim’s Niemeyer takes third at regional meet

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