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The Equiery Women: Emily Nessel

Dear Readers: Although there is a change in leadership, the heart and soul of The Equiery will remain the same.  The women you’ve come to know and love, who are the core of the publication, are here to serve you, and each is featured over a span of 4 weeks. I am so privileged to have had these women on my team, and I know and trust that they will continue to serve our readers, advertisers and community well. Before I go, I would like you to know a little bit more about who they really are, their roles within...

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The Equiery Women: Carolyn del Grosso

Dear Readers: Although there is a change in leadership, the heart and soul of The Equiery will remain the same.  The women you’ve come to know and love, who are the core of the publication, are here to serve you, and each is featured over a span of 4 weeks. I am so privileged to have had these women on my team, and I know and trust that they will continue to serve our readers, advertisers and community well. Before I go, I would like you to know a little bit more about who they really are, their roles within the...

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The Equiery Women: Katherine Rizzo

Dear Readers: Although there is a change in leadership, the heart and soul of The Equiery will remain the same.  The women you’ve come to know and love, who are the core of the publication, are here to serve you, and each is featured over a span of 4 weeks. I am so privileged to have had these women on my team, and I know and trust that they will continue to serve our readers, advertisers and community well. Before I go, I would like you to know a little bit more about who they really are, their roles within the...

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The Equiery Women: Tracy McKenna

Dear Readers: Although there is a change in leadership, the heart and soul of The Equiery will remain the same.  The women you’ve come to know and love, who are the core of the publication, are here to serve you, and we will feature one per week for the next 4 weeks. I am so privileged to have had these women on my team, and I know and trust that they will continue to serve our readers, advertisers and community well. Before I go, I would like you to know a little bit more about who they really are, their roles...

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Equiery Transfers To New Ownership

After 27 Years, Equiery Publisher/Editor Crystal Brumme Pickett Retires Happy New Year, Equiery fans, followers, readers and clients! When the clock struck 12:01 a.m. on January 1, 2018, the Maryland Horse Council officially became the new owner and publisher of The Equiery. The January 2018 Equiery was the last issue to go to press under my stewardship, and to say the end of 2017 was  bittersweet is an understatement. 1990: A Foal is Born I was 24 and Mercedes Clemens was 23 when we shared a moment of frustration followed by the eureka moment. Each of us was looking for a new stable; each was frustrated that, in 1990 at the dawn of the information age, there was no central source of Maryland equine-business information. We realized that if we needed the information, others did too, that we were immediately struck with the vision of how to solve what was clearly a common frustration. And thus was born The Equiery: “equi” the Latin root for horse; “ery” the Latin suffix for “a collection of” and for “a place to buy and sell.” We created a new word, we trademarked it, and we were off to the proverbial races. That was September. By December 1990, our first issue of 12 pages was in almost every tack and feed store in central Maryland. In that issue, we pledged “to be your guide to...

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Going to Graceland

First published in the December 2017 Equiery by Crystal Pickett It started with a prayer… And then the journey. One sturdy hoof-step at a time and one heart full of hope. On Sunday, October 7, Tom Cashman and Homer The Mule left West Friendship… eight days and approximately 900 miles later they arrived in Memphis, Tennessee. Why Memphis? Memphis is best know as the home of Graceland, but Memphis is also a land of grace and home to the St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. A place where potentially terminal illnesses are valiantly fought. A place where there is never...

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