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Omega Horse Rescue had RPM gelded in June 2018. “RPM was pretty wild, and pretty pushy when he first came to me,” Michael said, adding, “He couldn’t be around other horses at first, especially mares.” But over the course of the 90 days, Michael said, “[RPM] gave me his heart, and he gave me his soul.” During their riding performance, Mi-


chael showcased RPM’s ranch horse skills by having him go through a rope gate, and riding him while roping a dummy steer. Teir big finale involved riding around the arena, up onto a flat bed trailer, which was then driven around the arena while Jeff waved an American flag overhead. “Te crowd response was overwhelming,” said Michael. “People were cheering and chanting ‘RPM, RPM!’ It was re- ally emotional for me. Tis horse came through for me on everything I asked of him.” Michael also won the 2018 Rescued to Star-


dom Challenge with another kill pen horse named Freedom, also provided by Omega Horse Rescue and Rehabilitation.


MDA Posts Statement on CBD Oil On March 1, the Maryland Department of


Agriculture posted a statement about the use of CBD Oil for Maryland veterinarians. MDA stated that it has received several inquiries from Maryland veterinarians on the legality and pro- priety of prescribing, administering or discussing CBD oil with clients. In response, MDA met with officials from the Maryland Department of Health Office of Controlled Substance Admin- istration (OCSA), which issues CDS permits and is responsible for enforcing related state laws. Te Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (known as the “Farm Bill”) changed previous


Jeffrey R. Michael and Rescued Performance Machine won the Rescued Horse to Stardom competi- tion at the 2019 Horse World Expo in Harrisburg, PA.


federal law that had considered CBD oil prod- ucts as Schedule 1 drugs, defined as “drugs with no medical use and a high potential for abuse.” Under the new Farm Bill, CBD oil made from hemp was removed from Schedule 1. However, the bill left regulating hemp cultivation and production up to each state. What is important to note is that these


changes at the federal level do not affect the Maryland Controlled Substance Act (Criminal Law, Title 5) in which all products contain- ing cannabidiol, except for Epidiolex, are still considered Schedule 1 Controlled Substances. Epidiolex is the first CBD product to be ap- proved by the FDA for medical use, however, even though many pet and horse owners would like to use it for their animals, it is not FDA approved for use in animals. MDA urges veterinarians to exhibit great


caution if clients initiate discussions about these drugs. Regulations adopted under the Maryland Veterinary Practice Act state that “a veterinarian shall ensure that all controlled dangerous substances are maintained, admin-


& Spring & Early Summer 2019


CLINICS WITH MAX CORCORAN May 27 • June 10 • August 24


SCHOOLING DAYS


7/15 - 21 XC Schooling on Competition Course (by Appt)


Schooling Course Open All Year (by Appt.)


STARTER HORSE TRIALS (Championships & Prize Money) April 13 - 14 Starter Horse Trial Series #2 May 25 - 26 Starter Horse Trial Series #3


RBC WEALTH MANAGEMENT TWILIGHT EVENTING SERIES April 3 (with Fix A Test) • April 17 (with Fix A Test) May 1 (with Fix A Test) • May 15 (with Fix A Test) June 5 (with Fix A Test) • July 24 (with. Fix A Test)


USEA SANCTIONED ACTIVITIES April 13 FEH/YEH/NEH Qualifi er May 25 FEH/YEH/NEH Qualifi er July 4-7 MD International CCI-S 1*, 2**, 3*** & HT (N-Int)


July 12 FEH/YEH/NEH & Jump Chute Clinic July 13-14 MDHT II BN - Int


DRESSAGE


June 1 USDF Loch Moy Dressage Festival #1 June 2 USDF Loch Moy Dressage Festival #2 June 15 PYT Dresssage Show & Jackpot Jumpers


www.lochmoyfarm.com • www.themarylandhorsetrials.com • 301-514-0111 • 1235 Park Mills Road • Adamstown, MD Be A Volunteer in 2019! Visit www.eventingvolunteers.com to learn more and sign up!


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istered, prescribed, dispensed and destroyed in compliance with all State and federal laws.”


Marylanders Head to Mustang Makeover


Marylanders Mollie Brooks of Baltimore and


Donna Fowble of Aquasco are two of the 109 trainers who will be competing at the 2019 Ex- treme Mustang Makeover this summer. Train- ers headed to Lebanon, TN, and Springfield, OH, this past February to be randomly paired up with BLM-managed Mustangs. Both Brooks and Fowble are competing in


the adult category, so were paired with a 3-6 year-old mare or gelding. Tey have until June 20 to get their horses ready for the final com- petition in which they will be presenting their horses in handling, conditioning, pattern and trail classes. Te top 10 adult competitors will then be invited back to compete in a Freestyle Finals performance class. Good luck ladies!


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