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Track renovations at Laurel Park continue with live racing and training moved to Pimlico through the beginning of August.


USEF Launches Opportunity Fund US Equestrian has launched the USEF Op-


portunity Fund, a grant-making resource dedi- cated to supporting grassroots organizations with a mission to increase access to horses, horse sports, and equine-based learning op- portunities among under-represented and/or under-served communities. USEF’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee developed the program.


Racing at Pimlico through August T e Maryland Jockey Club and 1/ST Racing


reported on June 15 that they are hopeful that


horses can return to Laurel Park the fi rst week in August, “bar- ring any delays in the ongoing renovation of the dirt surface” as stated in a June 15 press re- lease. T e press release also stated that even if Laurel Park opens early in August, live racing will continue at Pimlico up until the start of the Maryland State Fair meet at Timonium. “As most people are


aware, things haven’t gone as smoothly as possible,” TSG Chief Operating Of-


fi cer Aidan Butler stated. “T e base is in worse shape than we anticipated but we are dedicated to doing this project right with- out cutting corners.” T e current renovations include install-


ing a new drainage system to prevent soft spots on the track. While the track is being worked on, several barns are being repaired and repainted and Orkin has been hired for rodent remediation.


IEA Adds Ranch Riding T e Interscholastic Equestrian Asso-


ciation announced on June 2 that Ranch


A celebration of life was held for Packy Mc- Gaughan, who died in March of 2020, on June 19 at Banbury Cross. In attendance were Mc- Gaughan’s fi rst and last working students. From left: Jackson Dillard, (2020) Jennifer Sponseller Webster (1987) and Claire Wheeler (2020).


Riding will be added to the Western shows for the 2021-2022 season. T e new Novice Ranch Riding pattern class will replace the previously optional Novice Reining Prep class as a stan- dard class.


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