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by Carrie Hull (first appeared in the December 2019 Equiery) It’s December! A time to celebrate with family and friends. The Maryland Horse Council, The Equiery, and the Maryland Equine Transition Service wish you and yours the happiest holiday season this year. December is also a time of giving. Our November issue featured those Marylanders Giving Back throughout the horse community. This month, we ask you to consider giving back to the Maryland Equine Transition Service. In August, METS...
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The Lisbon Christmas Parade is still a go. If you are in the area tomorrow, stop by The Equiery/Maryland Horse Council Offices for some light refreshments and warm drinks! ... See MoreSee Less

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Did you know? Today is #NationalDayOfTheHorse! Post a photo of your favorite equine friend here or email to editor@equiery.com! ... See MoreSee Less

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Kyro on the left and domino on the right!

Just lost her... but will never forget the hours we spent together...

Every day is National Horse Day in my world!!

Denver

Happy National Horse Day! Santa Papi!

Aspen.

Jack & Dream

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This is me and my horse Jack! The best horse ever on which to practice YOGA!

Horse on the left is Casey and the other is Dixie. Both had bad experiences in their lives and we're healing. I adopted Casey three years ago. Dixie I fostered for 15 months, now in training with the rescue. Both brought happiness to my Life.

My 33(ish) year old, Scooby. ❤

My OTTB, adopted from the Foxie G Foundation, LB!

Love this boy! Nate the Great!

Thankful for all my ladies every day. ❤

My 25 year old Percheron mare “Juliette” adopted from Gentle Giants Draft Horse Rescue 10 years ago. Still going strong ❤️!

Grateful to have my wonderful Chico, 25 years young!

Stetson

Bandit

My heart right here. Gracie age 8 once a killpen horse not anymore. I’ve had her 6 years now and she is my heart.

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'Tis the first snow of the season! Share your snow photos here or email to editor@equiery.com! Don't forget to list your home town. ... See MoreSee Less

Tis the first snow of the season! Share your snow photos here or email to editor@equiery.com! Dont forget to list your home town.

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Ranger, from Waynesboro PA ❤️

Papi, from Maryland!

Nugget from Maryland!

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Wonderful Maryland Farm & Harvest segment on beloved vet Dr. Fred Lewis
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I'll bet he has seen a thing or two!

Kimberly Nail Erwin

Dr Lewis is such a great man Always been there when I needed him !!

Elly Scholz

Love Dr. Lewis!

Paulette Honor Collier Dr. Lewis was Bailey’s vet 🙂

Best veterinarian around!💕

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Was my vet as a boy

The knowledge in his head must be amazing!

Wow he’s still practicing

Shelly Rahman Kate Rahman Brandon Miller

He lives down the street from me

His son, Jim Lewis is my horses' vet!! He is awesome! I hope he stays in practice for a very long time, like his dad!

My first job was working for him

Miranda Lee

Dr Lewis is a wonderful vet! I'm so very lucky to have him

Dr Lewis took such good care of my dear jumper AJ (Jim Lewis did his acupuncture). So great to see him still at it. Check it out Ron Abrams!

Very nice man and wonderful polo host.

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Sixteen TROT members rode in the 47th Annual Hamden Christmas Parade this past weekend! We are in the midst of holiday parade season so send your parade photos to editor@equiery.com for Out & About! ... See MoreSee Less

Sixteen TROT members rode in the 47th Annual Hamden Christmas Parade this past weekend! We are in the midst of holiday parade season so send your parade photos to editor@equiery.com for Out & About!

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I was one of the riders - This is one of the MOST organized, well-done Parades. The organizers get us in the first couple of divisions so we can get back in plenty of time to load back up, keep our horses and riders safe in a parking lot at the beginning line until its time to walk. Make sure other participators are respectful and understand loud noises and spacing for the horses. The skateboarders were heard saying "hey guys, be careful of the horses. We don't want to scare them". A restaurant on 36th street came out and gave up hot drinks. TROT will do it for as long as we can and I hope others will join us next year !!!

Great parade!! My 3rd year in a row doing it on horseback!! With League of Maryland Horseman in 2017 and 2018 and with Trail Riders of Today this year 2019!!

I want to ride my boy in a parade

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About this month’s cover: Sara Katz & Diplomat

by Katherine O. Rizzo On October 2, 2019, 374 Thoroughbreds arrived at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, KY, for the 2019 Thoroughbred Makeover and National Symposium, presented by Thoroughbred Charities of America. Among the entries was Diplomat, ridden by Maryland native Sara Katz. Sara first saw the 10-year-old Kitten’s Joy gelding when he won the Grade 1 New York Turf Writers Cup Handicap in 2017 at Saratoga Race Course. “He officially came to my barn in December 2018,” Sara stated. In...

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Pres. Trump Signs Anti-Cruelty Act

On Monday, November 25, President Trump signed a bipartisan bill that makes acts of animal cruelty a federal crime punishable with fines and up to seven years in prison. Representatives Vern Buchanan (R-FL) and Representative Ted Deutch (D-FL) introduced the bill in the House earlier this year. The bill was passed unanimously in the House in October and then passed unanimously in the Senate earlier this month. With President Trump’s signing yesterday, the bill has officially gone into...

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Letter from the publisher…

by Carrie Hull (first appeared in the December 2019 Equiery) It’s December! A time to celebrate with family and friends. The Maryland Horse Council, The Equiery, and the Maryland Equine Transition Service wish you and yours the happiest holiday season this year. December is also a time of giving. Our November issue featured those Marylanders Giving Back throughout the horse community. This month, we ask you to consider giving back to the Maryland Equine Transition Service. In August, METS...
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