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At a standoff with your horse?


© Best Bet Photos / Ed Cioffioni


Come Feel Te Excitement of Maryland Harness Racing at


Wouldn’t you really rather bond with your horse?


A better relationship with your horse builds a better riding experience.


6336 Rosecroſt Drive


Fort Washington, MD 20744 Beltway Exit 4A (St. Barnabas Rd)


Post Time 6:40p.m. Live Racing EVERY Tuesday & Saturday until June 7!


Come out on May 24th & join us celebrate 65 Years at


Rosecroft Raceway! Advertising paid for by Cloverleaf Standardbred Owners’ Association, Inc. Fill out this portion of the ad and bring it with you on


May 24, 2014 to Rosecroſt Raceway, to be entered to win 1 of 5 - $100.00 betting vouchers that will be drawn throughout the night!


Name: Address: City: State:


Phone:


*Must be present to win* Equiery May 2014


www.equiery.com | 800-244-9580 E United States


Eventing Assoc. Instructor


Certifi cation Program


Workshop #1 - Level 1 & 2 with Phyllis Dawson


orkshop #1 - L with Phyllis


Zip:


June 10 - 12 • Clarksburg, MD Contact Sara 301-651-9531 or kingsvalleystables@gmail.com for more information or to register


Second Workshop in September Testing in November


MAY 2014 | THE EQUIERY | 13


With 25 years experience helping riders and horses get to the next level in the dressage ring and in their relationship, I can help you go from chaos to connection.


A successful connection with your horse is more than just riding.


Suzy Floyd


USDF Silver Medalist USDF L* Dressage Judge Extensive Dressage Background


Natural Horsemanship Techniques for all Disciplines 301-922-2031


sfloyd@meadowooddressage.com


884571-140514


884450-140514


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