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you’ve always wanted to... just once...just one time...


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Seabiscuit, War Admiral & Secretariat… to see the 


from their perspective...to


Ride Your Horse on the Famed Pimlico Racecourse! 


On Saturday, May 10, 2014 • From 6:00 – 11:00 a.m. Pimlico Race Track will open its starting gate to all horses and ponies!


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Proceeds to benefi t the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Maryland Participants will get to


Walk through the Preakness Starting Gate, Have their photos taken with their favorite jockeys & Ride on the oval! Participants may ride


English, Western or Sidesaddle & will be grouped according to preferred pace, each of which will be led by an offi cial Pimlico outrider:


Seabiscuit (walk, trot, canter, & gallop)• Secretariat (walk, trot & slow canter) • War Admiral (walk & trot)


Entries Close Monday, May 5 (no late entries will be accepted)


Call 877-206-8042 to pay with a credit card or mail a check by May 1 to Canter for the Cure, c/o Pimlico Race Course, 5201 Park Heights Ave, Baltimore, MD 21215


For more information or for questions about the day, please email Regina Welsh at usponyracing@gmail.com


Required: Proof of negative Coggins, ASTM/SEI Approved helmets & be accompanied by an adult if a junior No colts, stallions or ridglings.


All trailers and vans must park in Pimlico’s Clubhouse Parking Lot, off of Maple and Belvedere Avenue All participants will receive a souvenir saddle towel courtesy of Maryland Saddlery.


6 | THE EQUIERY | MAY 2014 800-244-9580 | www.equiery.com


884694-140514


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