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Happy Days & Positive Posts! We all know that this COVID-19 pandemic has been diffi cult. From businesses being forced to close, graduations being


canceled and many of our readers not being able to visit their horses for nearly two months… it has been wearing for everyone. If there is one thing we can always count on, it is Maryland’s strength and resilience. While we were asked to stay home and shelter in place, those on the front lines took food to the less fortunate, face masks to the elderly and some four-legged happiness to anyone who needed it. Here on these pages are just a few of these positive messages from our Equiery readers and Facebook friends... just a bit of bright light that shows there are happy days to come!


Hannah Ong’s Pirate Captain cel- ebrating Cinco de Mayo


Essential staff at Safe Haven Equine Warriors make sure old man Leo keeps his legs as clean as we should be keeping our hands!


Thankfully we own our own farm so the COVID-19 restrictions haven’t been as severe for us. We’ve been able to see our hors- es and been able to keep them in work. My sons have enjoyed riding a bit more since they haven’t been in pre-school and we’ve used it to help my oldest learn more about caring for the horses while incorporating some school work into it with using brushes for colors, dressage letters for the alphabet, and things around the barn for shapes! – Ann Hanlin


Thia Melson posted this photo of some tarp train- ing


while home with her mare.


Since we couldn’t be at the race, our trainer Jeremiah O’Dwyer Face- Timed us with the Maryland-bred My Friends Beer prior to the Arkansas Derby! We brought up the rear in the race but it was exciting and he came out of the race fi ne! He’ll be home soon and can’t wait to run again in Maryland. – Katie Brown


38 | THE EQUIERY | JUNE 2020


Photo posted by Belle Christianson. We think maybe these two should be a little more socially distant from each other. Lol!


Here is Jessica Oyarzo’s muzzle gang! 800-244-9580 | www.equiery.com


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