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Bowersox and Keefe Named to USEF Eventing 18 Lists

The U.S. Equestrian Federation Eventing High Performance Committee approved 15 young riders to participate in its Emerging Athlete Eventing 18 Program for 2018 as well as an additional five young riders as auditors. Making the lists from Maryland are Joe Bowersox of North East and Ryan Keefe of Sandy Spring. Bowersox made the participation list while Keefe is on the auditing list. Bowersox has been riding Minotaure du Passoir at Training and Preliminary this year with wins at MCTA and Fair Hill in May. The pair finished 16th at the Plantation Field International CIC1* in September. Keefe has been...

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FHI’s 4* Countdown… FEI Decision Coming Soon!

The FEI annual meeting and convention begins tomorrow and on the schedule is a vote on if Fair Hill International will be granted a CCI4* for 2019. Below is the most recent update on the FHI’s 4* bid as well as a proposal for the FEI to change the “stars” scale of international three-day events. Check back next week for the final decision from the FEI! first published in the November 2017 Equiery The countdown to finding out if Fair Hill International will be hosting a CCI4* event starting in the fall of 2019 is almost over, as the FEI makes a final ruling at the end of this month during its annual meeting in Spain. Although the FEI is the governing body that decides the international eventing calendar, improvements to the Fair Hill grounds have already been approved at the local level with construction set to begin right after the spring Fair Hill Races in 2018. “These renovations will go on as scheduled even if the FEI does not vote in favor of the four-star at Fair Hill,” said Terry Hasseltine of the Maryland Stadium Authority. “Several permits are already being processed for phase one of the Master Plan.” Phase one includes the widening of the turf racetrack, installing an irrigation system under and around the track, construction of competition rings in the infield and construction of the...

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Davies Wins Wing

first published in the November 2017 Equiery When the committee feels it is appropriate, the Maryland Hunt Cup Association will select a member of the steeplechase community for the S. Bryce Wing trophy, to honor that individual’s outstanding contribution to Maryland timber racing, S. Bryce Wing was a member of the Maryland Hunt Cup Association from 1939 until his death at age 85 in 1975. Mr. Wing was Secretary of the Maryland Hunt Cup from 1956 to 1966 and also president of the National Steeplechase and Hunt Association (now the National Steeplechase Association) from 1948 to 1964. He was...

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Keystone Velocity Wins Potomac Pace in Record Time

In case you missed it… Keystone Velocity, a 9-year-old gelding trained by Rene Allard and driven by Daniel Dube, won the second running of the $100,000 Potomac Pace on November 5 at Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington setting a track record in the process! The gelding is owned by Rene Allard, VIP Stable, Earl Hill, Jr. and Kapildeo Singh. Keystone Velocity beat out last year’s winner All Bets Off by 1 1/2 lengths in 1:47.3. In 2016, All Bets Off equaled the previous track record of 1:48.2 set in 2007 by Nuclear Breeze. To read more about Keystone Velocity...

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WIHS Wraps Up With Maryland Wins

The 59th Washington International Horse Show wrapped up Sunday with the WIHS Regional Hunter Finals at the Capital One Arena in Washington, DC. James Fazekas of Friendship won the WIHS Regional Pony Hunter Finals while Courtney Morton of Clarksburg took home the WIHS Regional Hunter Finals. James, who trains with Suzanne Chambers, won aboard the Connemara/Welsh pony Beaudacious and posted the highest score of the day with an 82. Kelsey Lambert (Chevy Chase) rode Tiny Tunes to second and earned the overall WIHS Regional Pony Hunter divisional championship, while Payton Flanders (Lothian) and Jamrock earned third. “I have been...

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Ladies Mounted Shooting Champ wins Touch of Class

After the fifth race at this year’s Maryland Million Day, Jessie Flores of Rusted Star Ranch (Berlin) rode down the track aboard her American Quarter Horse This Doc Is Zipped to accept a Touch of Class Award, presented by the Maryland Horse Industry Board. Jessie, an Agriculture Teacher at Worcester Technical High School and Worcester County Future Farmers of America advisor, and her 14-year-old gelding were recognized for winning the 2017 Jeffer’s Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association Ladies 3 National Championship. “I used to race barrels until I met Rob [Johnston]. He introduced me to mounted shooting and I’ve been...

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