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BRIDAL PATHS


Maryland Will Miss... Edward Burdette of Mont-


gomery County died on August 1 from cancer. He was 74. A seventh generation dairy farmer, he was best known to the equine community as everyone’s best friend,


manure picker-upper Edward Burdette


and jack-of-all-trades. He in- stalled many outdoor arenas, off ered grading services, fencing and more. Burdette was born at his family farm on Bethesda Church Road in Damascus, now Southwind Farm. He grad-


Congratulations to Caroline Robertson, Days End Farm Horse Rescue development director and Scott Herman, who were married on July 17 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.


COMINGS & GOINGS


Welcome to world champion and international combined driver Suzy Staff ord (pictured left) who has recently moved her Staff ord Carriage Driving business to Chesapeake City.


Alan and Jessi Lohman are the new show managers of the Maryland Horse and Pony Show.


Fond farewell to retired sportscaster and racehorse owner Charlsie Cantey who has moved to South Carolina.


uated from Damascus High School in 1961 as president of the senior class. In 1994 he retired from dairy farming and worked closely with his longtime friend Todd Greenstone (of Greenstone Hay) to start his business of providing manure hauling, skid loader services, etc. Burdette was also an artist, sculpting and painting several life-sized cows in the King Barn Dairy MOOseum. T oroughbred breeder Elizabeth “Binnie” Houghton died on


August 7 at her Chestertown home Buckingham Farm. She was 79 in New York City. Her father Anderson Fowler also owned racehorses and her uncle James Cox Brady was chairman of the New York Racing Association. Houghton was raised in Glad- stone, NJ, and graduated from the Foxcroft School in Middleburg, VA. She married the well-known horseman Edward Houghton in 1960. Shortly after their marriage, they moved to Buckingham Farm in Kent County. T ere they successfully bred and raised sev- eral stakes horses for 30+ years. Notable horses included Castelets, Gallorette, He Loves Me and Laplander, among others. Green Alligator fi nished fourth in the Kentucky Derby. Houghton was a member of the T oroughbred Owners and Breeders Association, the Maryland Breeders Association and the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation. Houghton foxhunted with the Flint Hill Hounds and followed the hounds from her Mercedes SUV when she could no longer ride. Charles Gregory Senseney of Knoxville died on August 10. A Damascus High School graduate, Senseney went on to graduate from Bridgewater College in 1970 with a degree in Economics. He retired from the U.S. Department of Education in 2003 where he was a statistician for the student loan program. With his wife Brenda, he competed in endurance rides, and he logged almost 9,000 miles in competitions. Together, the couple traveled with their horses from Maine to Georgia to Ohio. Senseney was an ac- tive member of the American Endurance Ride Conference, East- ern Competitive Trail Ride Association, New Jersey Trail Ride Association and Trail Riders of Today.


Dr. Kaela Schraer (pictured above) has joined Damascus Equine Associates as their new intern after graduating from the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University.


ON THE MEND


A speedy recovery to event rider Courtney Sendak, who broke her foot while competing.


Please send your wedding, birth and death announcements, and any photos, to editor@equiery.com. Photos accompanying submissions must be 300 dpi or larger, and must include the names of all individuals in the photos, along with the photographer’s name.


74 | THE EQUIERY | SEPTEMBER 2017 800-244-9580 | www.equiery.com


Louisa Emerick


William De La Cruz


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