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Joe Clancy and Jim McCue recognized by MJC for their contributions to Maryland horse racing

We are off to the races! Literally, as The Equiery offices will be closed this afternoon so that the staff can head to Pimlico for the “Ultimate Girls Day Out:” The Black-eyed Susan Stakes, featuring all fillies (and mares) all day! As sporting fans around their world train their eyes on this weekend’s running of the 142nd Preakness Stakes, The Equiery is pleased to continue to focus those Marylanders behind the scenes who make the Preakness possible and who are an indelible part of the fabric of our equestrian community. Yesterday, the Maryland Jockey Club recognized two of our...

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Maryland: 2017 Open National Interscholastic Polo Champions

Apparently, no one really expected Maryland to win. On April 29, Maryland faced off against Houston the United States Polo Association’s Open Interscholastic National Championship, hosted this year by Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, quickly scoring the first two goals. From USPA: Brennan Wells going straight to goal, followed quickly by teammate Parker Pearce executing a classic “walk the dog” team play. Houston’s Sloan Stefanakis sunk a beautiful backshot and Grayson Price tallied another from the field to keep it close. Bennan Wells then finished an end-to-end run to put Maryland up by one at the end of the...

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A peek at the people behind the Preakness

by Katherine O. Rizzo with photos by Jim McCue (first appeared in the May 2017 print edition of The Equiery; #Preakness2017) With well over 100,000 people converging on Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore for one important race day in May and billions watching around the world, the Preakness Stakes is very much in the spotlight. The pressure is high to put on a good show and the race goes off each year without a hitch only because of the people behind the Preakness. These men and women hold all kinds of jobs from general manager to track farrier to pony riders...

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And it’s DERWINS PROSPECTOR in the 121st Maryland Hunt Cup!

  $100,000 purse. 20 horses nominated, 13 entered, 11 headed to the paddock, 10 started…and only two finished in what was a grueling duel for the wire, with Gerry L. Brewster’s Derwins Prospector edging out Bruton Street-US’s Drift Society to capture the 121st Maryland Hunt Cup; trained by Joe Davies, ridden by Gozangue Cottreau; photo by Isabel Kurek. You can more in The Baltimore Sun and on the National Steeplechase Association, but if you want to feel like you were there, the best of all articles to read is our friend and colleague Joe Clancy’s spectacular retelling in this week’s thisishorseracing.com, complete with fun facts and...

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Western Maryland: What do you need?

The University of Maryland Extension (UME) is committed to providing quality services for members of our agricultural community. In order to help UME, an Agriculture Needs Assessment has been created to understand issues concerning Western and Northern Maryland agriculture, identify agricultural and educational needs, and to focus UME training and resources. The survey has four main sections: 1) industry  priorities, concerns and viability 2) research and education needs 3) education and training preferences and 4) demographic and farm information. T There is no personally-identifying information collected from the survey. Click here to access the survey, which will be open...

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2017 Legislative Wrap Up: What Maryland horsepeople need to know

by Jane Seigler, president of the Maryland Horse Council The 2017 Maryland Legislative session has ended. During the 3 month session, 1,200 bills were introduced in the Senate, and 1,661 in the House, for a total of almost 3,000 bills. Each week during session, MHC legislative committee member Kim Egan Rutter scanned all bills introduced that week, flagging those of interest to the horse industry and the broader equestrian community. During our weekly conference call, we evaluated these new bills, discussed and arrived at our position, and determined our lobbying strategy. During the course of the session, the MHC...

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