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year veteran of the US Army Reserves, and during his Army service designed and imple- mented food safety, zoonotic disease and refu- gee programs in eight countries.


Howard Streaker, a jack- of-all-trades when it came to farming, 4-H and horses, died on June 18. Born at Clear View Farm in West Friendship, Streaker grew up on a dairy and crop growing farm. He had a passion for 4-H, remaining a dedicated participant in the program and earning the desig- nation of 4-H All Star in 1948. Once he took ownership of the large working farm, he re- mained dedicated to the horses as a professional horseman and coachman. He bred, raised, showed and trained T orough- breds, ponies and draft horses. Streaker was a member of Howard County Hounds. He also


showed the National Brewing Company’s 8-horse hitch all over the country.


Kenneth Kraus, the voice of Capital Chal- lenge at the Show Place Arena for over 20 years, died on June 26. Involved in the equestrian industry since 1960,


Kraus Howard Streaker


started as a top junior rider and then transitioned to announcing. He announced at the National Horse Show, Devon Horse Show and Country Fair, the Amer- ican Invitational and the Winter Equestrian Festival. He was also an “R” rated US Equestrian jumper judge. In 2004,


he joined forces with Mason Phelps Jr. to help create Phelps Media Group and in 2006, he led the creation of Phelps Sports.


Michael Lawrence of Chestertown died on June 10. Born in Alexandria, VA, he attended the Wharton School at the University of Penn- sylvania and served in Vietnam as 2nd Lieu- tenant in the United States Army Corps of Engineers. Following his service, he began his career in construction in Philadelphia where he promoted minority contractors through the Department of Housing and Urban Develop- ment’s Model City Program. He also became a pioneer developer, revitalizing neighbor- hoods throughout the city. Lawrence’s greatest joy was dis- covering Chestertown, where he bought Grassymeade Farm and pursued his love of horseback riding and driving carriages.


Michael Lawrence The Potomac Hunt presents


a Foxchasing Clinic for Hopeful Hunters and Tack Sale


Friday, August 24TH and Saturday, August 25TH at The Potomac Hunt Kennels 21315 Peach Tree Road, Dickerson, MD 20842 


Hound walk Happy Hour on Friday evening! Join us at 6:30 pm and walk out on foot with our Champion American Fox Hounds and enjoy some refreshments.


 welcomed. Hunt Breakfast! A discussion of the history, tradition, dress, etiquette, and FUN of foxchasing. Huntsman’s discussion and introduction to our Junior Program. Tack sale on the clubhouse lawn to begin ~ 11:00 am, Saturday, August 25.


A clinic for all ages & riding levels Introduce yourself and your horse to the sport of Fox Chasing!


 Helmet required.


Dates: September 21, 22, 23 2018 Location: Delaware State Fairgrounds, Harrington DE Contact: Lucretia 410-745-3115 or logcando@yahoo.com Classes:


Foundation Horsemanship & Horsemanship 1 Visit www.Brannaman.com for Class Descriptions 72 | THE EQUIERY | AUGUST 2018


Clinic Fee is only $40.00. Children under 12 only $20.00 - Must be accompanied by a riding adult.


No additional fee for Friday evening! Please RSVP.


For more information or to register, please contact: Carla LaFleur, 410-707-8785  potomachunt.com


800-244-9580 | www.equiery.com


904918-160816


Tracy McKenna 917503-180818


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