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John H. “Beau” Williams, Jr. of Baltimore died on September 27, 2013 at the age of 87. Williams bred T oroughbred racehorses mainly for steeplechase racing. In 1969, his horse Curator was named Maryland’s Steeplechase Horse of the Year. Williams was a founding member of Shawan Downs in Cockeysville and worked with the Land Preservation Trust to preserve land in the area. He also headed his family’s contracting and building fi rm. Jane Calvert Chrismer, daughter of Brady and


Colten Cash Myers was born on February 8 to Dr. Moira Nusbaum (PenMar Equine) and husband Stinson Myers.


Book Chrismer of Bel Air and granddaughter to T oroughbred breeders Frank and Martha Hopkins of Darlington, died from injuries sustained in an automobile accident on March 14 in Colorado. She was 25 years old. Chrismer was a graduate of Harford Day School, John Carroll High School and Washington College. She was a fi eld member of Andrews Bridge Foxhounds.


COMINGS & GOINGS Chesapeake City welcomes Heritage Stallions, a joint eff ort of Brooke Bowman, DVM and Louis Merryman. Heritage presently stands six stallions, including Kentucky Derby winner Giacomo.


Christopher Hickey has stepped down as Hilltop Farm’s director of training at the end of the Florida winter dressage circuit to remain south. Hilltop Farm trainer Michael Bragdell has been promoted to the director position.


Mark Robert Page of Timonium, husband of


Maryland Combined Training Association’s Sue Page, died on February 26. Former T oroughbred racehorse owner and trainer


William Robert “Bill” Craig died in February at the age of 74. Craig grew up in Aberdeen and joined the U.S. Marine Corps when he was 17. Later in life he relocated to California to start a winery. Henri Lisa Hamilton of Finksburg died on February


16. She was 55. Hamilton was a veterinary assistant and groom on the Laurel backstretch before becoming a licensed trainer in the mid-1990s. She was also a farm manager for Napton Hill Farm in Glyndon. Zelma Morrison, sister of Maryland owner and


breeder Bob Manfuso, died in January at the age of 86. She was a co-owner of Sham Say, 1988 champion Maryland-bred three-year-old fi lly, through the fi lly’s fi rst seven starts.


A fond farewell to… …Bonnie Stone of Huntingtown, who moved to Georgia; …Marybeth Pillion of Solomons, who moved to North Carolina; …Tiff any Harvey (Collegiate Glamor & Farnam rep), who moved to Florida; …William & Katie Cawood, who moved to Virginia; …Jennifer Searfoss of Easton, who moved to Virginia; …Stacy Wisler, longtime manager of Woodland Tack/Anytime Tack, who is moving to Florida.


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