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Olney Uncle Sam Finished Second at FHI

Thirty-nine competitors began this year’s Dutta Corp Fair Hill International CCI3* and 32 completed. Leading the division from start to finish was California rider Frankie Thieriot Stutes riding Chatwin. The pair scored a 27.3 on day two of dressage and jumped clean throughout the weekend to remain in the top spot. In the CCI2*, the standings after Saturday’s cross-country run remained basically the same with U.S. Olympian Boyd Martin coming out on top riding On Cue. The pair finished the competition on its dressage score of 23.7. In second place was Emily Beshear of Virginia riding the Maryland-bred Olney Uncle Sam, owned by Jennifer Eisenbrandt of Cockeysville. Along with Martin, Beshear also finished the weekend on her dressage score, 26.8. Also in the CCI2*, Ryan Keefe continued to impress by jumping clean aboard Flintstar. The pair finished in 11th place on a dressage score of 36.2. Alexandra MacLeod jumped clean riding Newmarket Jack with one time fault to finish 31st. Tayler Stewart and Ideal Contini dropped a rail and added three time faults to their score to finish in 34th place. Hannah Hawkins and Courtney Sendak both had eight jump faults. Hawkins and Didgeridoo finished in 37th while Sendak and DGE TheManInTheGlass also had eight time faults to finish 44th. Back in the CCI3*, Marylanders Savannah Fulton and Ema Klugman moved up the...

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Show jump photos are still rolling in from our team of Equiery photographers but here is a start! Congratulations to all those who completed this year's FHI and thank you to our awesome, hard working, sleep deprived photographers! ... See MoreSee Less

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Olney Uncle Sam Finished Second at FHI

Thirty-nine competitors began this year’s Dutta Corp Fair Hill International CCI3* and 32 completed. Leading the division from start to finish was California rider Frankie Thieriot Stutes riding Chatwin. The pair scored a 27.3 on day two of dressage and jumped clean throughout the weekend to remain in the top spot. In the CCI2*, the standings after Saturday’s cross-country run remained basically the same with U.S. Olympian Boyd Martin coming out on top riding On Cue. The pair finished the competition on its dressage score of 23.7. In second place was Emily Beshear of Virginia riding the Maryland-bred Olney Uncle Sam, owned by Jennifer Eisenbrandt of Cockeysville. Along with Martin, Beshear also finished the weekend on her dressage score, 26.8. Also in the CCI2*, Ryan Keefe continued to impress by jumping clean aboard Flintstar. The pair finished in 11th place on a dressage score of 36.2. Alexandra MacLeod jumped clean riding Newmarket Jack with one time fault to finish 31st. Tayler Stewart and Ideal Contini dropped a rail and added three time faults to their score to finish in 34th place. Hannah Hawkins and Courtney Sendak both had eight jump faults. Hawkins and Didgeridoo finished in 37th while Sendak and DGE TheManInTheGlass also had eight time faults to finish 44th. Back in the CCI3*, Marylanders Savannah Fulton and Ema Klugman moved up the...

2018 MHC Legislative Wrap-Up

(First appeared in the June 2018 issue of The Equiery) What do you get when you take 90 days + 47 Senators + 141 Delegates + 3,101 Bills?  You get the 2018 Maryland legislative session! The Maryland General Assembly convened on Wed. Jan. 10 and adjourned on Monday, April 9 – three months of nail biting high drama! It is not easy to pass legislation, and barely 28% of this year’s bills made it through the process; the system is intentionally deliberative – and that is a good thing, as it helps to avert capriciously enacted laws. To read more about the outcome of the session, click...

MDA’s Official Report on Montgomery County EHV1 Case

From the Maryland Department of Agriculture ANNAPOLIS, MD (Sept. 24, 2018) – On September 21, the Maryland Department of Agriculture’s Animal Health program confirmed a positive test for Equine Herpesvirus Myeloencephalopathy (EHM) in a 12-year-old warmblood gelding stabled at a private farm in Montgomery County. The neurological horse was seen earlier that day at a private veterinary clinic in Loudoun County, Virginia, and was treated as an outpatient before returning home. The Montgomery County farm has been placed on an investigatory hold effective September 21. There are 18 horses on the farm in three barns. The positive gelding is isolated from all horses on the farm. The positive gelding was previously housed with four horses in one barn. The other two barns are more than 30 feet away from the exposed barn. Strict isolation and biosecurity protocols are in place at the exposed barn with body temperatures taken twice daily. There will be no movement on or off the farm. The attending veterinarians administered to this farm will be notified of the hold order and apprised of the procedures taken to control the spread of EHV-1/EHM. Possible links to the positive gelding are actively being investigated. Owners are cautioned to monitor horses at their premises carefully, and should contact their private veterinarians to arrange for Equine Herpesvirus testing if a horse exhibits significant temperature elevations...
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