“What’s the difference if we’re dead, shot by 100 bullets, or one to the head? We’re still dead.” Richard Hoffberger to the Maryland Racing Commission, November 29, 2010 On November, 29, 2010, before 300 horsemen and women, the...Read More
Category: Prominent MD Equestrians
Veronica L. Harding-Perkins of Libertytown, died on June 17 after a six-hour standoff outside her home. Harding-Perkins used to own and operate Town and Country Stables, a hunter and jumper barn in Frederick County. She was also...Read More
BREAKING NEWS: The Ultimate Lady Legend, Kathy Kusner, to join the Lady Legends Turfside Lunch at the Black-Eyed Susan!
One of the greatest female equestrians ever, Kathy Kusner, will be joining us at Turfside Terrace Lady Legend Lunch, this Friday, May 14, at the Black-Eyed Susan at Pimlico Race Course! In addition to being the first licensed...Read More
Hal C.B. Clagett, horseman, breeder, foxhunter, lawyer, and an equestrian community icon once referred to as”the most respected man in Maryland’s racing industry,” pass away yesterday, February 1, 2010. He was...Read More
The Cordish Companies were delivered a Christmas gift on December 22 when Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold signed Bill 82-08, granting Cordish’s zoning request to allow his Arundel Mills casino site to move...Read More
A freak tragic incident took the life of beloved Linda W. Reynolds while vacationing in Arizona with her husband Walter and relatives on November 11, 2009. She was age 67. Linda leaves behind a shocked and grieving community....Read More