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Joann Cangelosi owns Dear Heart, an Oldenburg bred by High Point Hanoveri- ans. Dear Heart is by De Laurentis and out of Wiscaria.


Union Commander is an Arabian/Selle Francais bred by Ann McKay and current- ly owned by Gretel Frew. He is by Admi- ral Harnley and out of Touch of Eden and competes primarily as an event horse.


Royal Temptation in a German Oldenburg bred and owned by Marne Martin-Tucker of Aspen Leaf Farm. This 2016 mare is by Tailormade Tempta- tion and out of El Royal Coeur.


Quinzy HTF is a Hanoverian bred and owned by Hilltop Farm, Inc. He is by Qredit and out of EM Comtesse.


Yvonneke Weitzel’s Scarlet Sunrise is an American Warmblood bred by Tory Tolia of Windcrest Farm. She is by Se- cret Ambition and out of Calico Annie.


Infinity is a 2020 AQHA Perlino Colt owned by Jen Garrett. He was bred by Dana Grafft and is by the Maryland stallion Commandalena and out of Hol- lywood Chic Flick.


St. Augustine Pony Club


Starter Horse Trials @Unicorn Farm LLC Buckworth XC Field 416 Mitton Rd, Chesapeake City, MD


Springfest - Saturday, April 24th, 2021 Summerfest - Saturday, August 14, 2021 Harvestfest - Saturday, October 23, 2021


T.I.P. Awards MAHR Overall TB Series End Awards Elementary thru Training $100 per horse/rider or $90 PC/4H/MAHR


Registration and more info at www.staugustineponyclub.com Questions to


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