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2017 Sunrise Tour Guides, continued...


worked for International Sound fi lming the races every day for 18 years, and now helps families by protecting them with mortgage and life insurance.


Wendy Chapin Albert


Wendy Chapin


Albert has been a passionate horse and pony lover all her life, and grew up in Ruxton where there were many backyard ponies. If her parents did not


know where she was all they had to do was call the neighbors with horses. Christmas 1972 was very special for Wendy as she received a pony named Tangerine. “She taught me so much! We


to be a part of the backside environment at Pimlico and Laurel racetracks,” she said. “From 2005 to 2008, we stabled our T oroughbreds at Pimlico. Tolly was the trainer, I was a hot walker and my sister in-law worked, too. T e memories of being at Pimlico daily are very special ones.” Wendy and Tolly included their daughters in the racing experience and took them to the Preakness. “Together, we know and understand the excitement, the patience, the tears, the long hours and the genuine thrill of horse racing. Just standing in a horse’s stall and placing your face on his neck and breathing is one of the most satisfying feelings on earth,” she added.


Denise Carnes enjoyed showing, foxhunting with the


Green Spring Valley Hounds, Pony Club and eventing,” she remarked. While at Sweet Briar College, Wendy rode on the IHSA team and loved hunting in the Charlottesville area. Her husband Tolly Albert is a T oroughbred trainer as was his father, Talbot J. Albert, III, so racing became a part of Wendy’s life when she mar- ried into the Albert family.


“It is very special   Polo Lessons


Learn to Play Polo! We teach from the very beginning. Learn to play then join weekly


practices. Horses &


equipment provided. Ages 8 & up welcome!





Beginner Clinics Adults & Teens: May 6  June 24  Sept 2  Oct 28 Children’s Polo Clinics: June 3  July 15


www.equiery.com | 800-244-9580


Email us: mountainviewpolo@gmail.com Call us: (304) 724-9940


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Denise Carnes’ love for horses stems from her love of all animals. Her parents took her to Pimlico and Timo- nium for the horse rac- es when she was young and she loved to watch the horses.


being an avid horserac-


ing fan, told me the stories of the great horses of the past, and we enjoyed racing events when


I was growing up,” she explained. Her love for horses was passed on to her daughter, who took it a step further and showed horses in hunter/ jumper competitions. “We also loved to go to the major events such as Preakness, Belmont, Breeders Cup and even the Kentucky Derby,” she added. “I love being a Sunrise Tour guide because it brings back wonderful memories for me. I also love passing on the history of Pimlico and the tradition of Maryland horse racing to new fans who come to the Sunrise tours.”


Donna Sullivan Along with her family, Donna Sullivan owns


“My Dad,


Fairfi eld Farm in Jarrettsville where their homebred show horses participate in many competitions in the Tri-state area. She also breeds Pembroke Welsh Corgies. Donna re- ally loves Maryland horse racing and enjoys the tours as a way of giving back and helping others appreciate the sport. Donna teaches school part time and can be found at Country Life Farm during foal- ing season.





Private Lessons Weekly Practices Tournaments Clinics


Located in Charles Town, WV near MD, VA, DC


mountainviewpolo.com


170517-910222


910188-170517


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