…Dr. Roger Scullin, who celebrates his 40th year as MFH with Howard County-Iron Bridge Hounds

…Geoff Hyde, who celebrates his 30th year as huntsman for Elkridge-Harford Hunt Club

COMINGS & GOINGS Maryland Will Miss... Longtime hunter and jumper train-

er Stephanie Edwards (Mills) died on February 25 from cancer. She was 71. Born in New Mexico, Stephanie moved to Maryland at an early age with her family and spent the major- ity of her life here. She is best known in the hunter and jumper world as a trainer and rider. She was also a Gos- hen Hounds member for many years. Stephanie married Richard Mills in

Stephanie Edwards Mills aboard Remy Martin in 1991

the late 1970s and jumped right into the horse show world through Mill- haven Farm in Derwood. Tere she did everything from cleaning stalls to feeding horses but most impor-

tantly, taught lessons and trained horses and ponies. Stephanie also often showed horses, mainly in the hunter ring. With trailers full of horses and kids also in tow, Stephanie would pop up at horse shows all over the Maryland and Virginia area. One of her biggest success stories was in a horse named Remy Martin and student Melanie Wright. Remy Martin went on to dominate the jumper world with Melanie who went on to work at Rolling Acres Show Stables in Brookeville. After Millhaven, Stephanie cut back on her teaching and training du- ties but never left the horse world. She was actively involved with the Washington Bridle Trails Association as an organizer, coach, competitor and judge. Even when she didn’t have a show horse of her own, Stephanie kept pleasure horses to trail ride. “One of my favorite childhood memories was hacking to Lake Need-

wood in the snow on a moonlight night to play tag on horseback in the open fields,” said Stephanie’s stepdaughter Brenda Mills. “Even though we were all show riders, she sure knew how to have fun with horses.” Her passion for horses was certainly shared with her children, including


Te Fair Hill International Board of Directors has officially hired Mary Coldren as FHI’s Competition Manager and Maria Barrett as FHI’s Business Director.

Gina Giglio who has a career as a Toroughbred racehorse trainer out of Belmont Park in New York. Outside of riding, Stephanie became an EMT and was often the EMT at horse shows in the area. She also drove a school bus for Frederick County for many years. “Stephanie was a jack of all trades sort of person,” said longtime friend Barbara Magrogan. “She was so generous with her time and her knowledge throughout her life.”

Toroughbred trainer William

“Wolf ” Wolfendale III died on March 18. He was 74. Wolfendale earned his 1,670th career win as a trainer at Laurel Park on March 16, 2018. He grew up in Mars, PA at his parent’s farm where they owned and trained show horses and hunters. When he was just 20, he bought a few Toroughbreds and raced them at the old Waterford Park in WV, now called Mountaineer Park. Wolfendale began training his own horses in 1973, when he moved to

William “Wolf” Wolfendale III

Maryland. In his first year as a trainer, he won 150 races out of 922 starts. In 1981, he was the leading trainer at Waterford Park. He retired from being a trainer in 1994 but that did not last long as he

returned in 1999 on a limited basis. During those gap years, Wolfendale worked as an agent for jockey Raphael Verderosa and also joined trainer A. Ferris Allen III’s team for a bit as a groom and van driver. Allen also boarded horses at Wolfendale’s farm near Laurel Park on occasion. In his long career as a trainer, Wolfendale earned more than $6.8 mil-

lion in purse earnings from 1,670 wins, 1,777 seconds and 1,627 thirds. In total, he logged nearly 12,000 career starts.

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Maryland Joceky Club

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