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OUT &ABOUT


with the 2018 Maryland Thoroughbred Career Program AUG


2018


While visiting Laurel Park, MTCP participants met with Phoebe Hayes, Director of Horsemen’s Relations for the Maryland Jockey Club.


From left: Erin Butler (veterinarian), Kandace Tignor (University of Findlay), Lauren Carter (University of Maryland), Brianna Higgs (Centenary University), Amber Roher (University of Kentucky), Camille Lee (University of Maryland) in front of one of Sagamore Farm’s barns in Reisterstown


The group met with the Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association staff including Executive Di- rector David Richardson, Racetrack Operations Direc- tor Diana Pinones, Benevolence & Counseling Direc- tor Jessica Hammond and Benevolence Administrator Bobby Lillis.


Catching the tail-end of foal- ing season, the group got a chance to spend some time with the foals at Country Life Farm in Bel Air.


The program wrapped up with a day at the races at Laurel Park where they got a chance to watch a race from the winner’s circle.


While at Shamrock Farm in Woodbine, farm manager of 42-years Jim Steele talked about the history of the farm, which was established in 1948. 64 | THE EQUIERY | AUGUST 2018


Touring the Fair Hill Training Center included stops at the training tracks, vari- ous barns and therapy center.


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