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The Secret Lives of Maryland Horse People What they do when they are not doing horses!


Foxhunters Ned Halle, Bill Mayo and Jody Westerlund play in a bluegrass band called the Lonesome Foxhunters.


Dressage and natural horsemanship trainer, coach and judge Suzy Floyd (pictured left) of Brookeville is also a Maryland State Police Qualifi ed Handgun Instructor and Maryland Handgun Instructor Licensee. She graduated with achievement from Sig Sauer Academy as a Semi- Auto Pistol Instructor, Patrol Rifl e Instructor and Shotgun Instructor. She also holds several NRA certifi cations and is the chairperson for the Montgomery County, Maryland Firearms Safety Committee.


Waredaca co-owner and eventing judge/offi cial Gretchen Butts, pictured here completing the Disney Half Marathon this past January, is an avid runner.


Brenda Klaunberg (Mt. Airy), a.k.a. “senior equine caregiver,” is a beekeeper who keeps her bees in nonconventional horizontal hives and then moves them to traditional Langstroth hives.


Hunter/jumper judge and trainer Jo-Ann Schaudies, pictured here with GCH Rebel Hound’s Rock-n-Roll of Surmont also breeds and shows Basset Hounds.


Carrollton Hounds whipper-in Cassie Frederick is also a long-distance cyclist participating in rides from 25 to 110 miles long. “It’s fantastic cross-training for riding as it uses many of the same muscle groups,” she stated.


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Eventers Kate Calvert and Kerry Blackmer, pictured here with Terrence Ridley at the Charles Street 12 Miler, participate in a program called Athletes Serving Athletes. It is a Maryland-based nonprofi t that helps those living with disabilities compete in mainstream running and triathlon events. “Everyone deserves to feel the thrill and sense of accomplishment that comes from crossing a fi nish line,” Kerry said.


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Most people know Denise Parsons as the lady in charge and co-owner of Horse World Expo. Well, when she is not organizing Expo, riding horses or lobbying for the elimination of “Big Lick” soring in the Tennessee Walking Horse industry, she can be found fi shing competitively, participating in K-9 sports with her Weimaraners and Golden Retriever, and most recently, racing in Autocrossing.


Jump jockey Fritz Boniface of Havre de Grace sings and plays the guitar.


NOVEMBER 2016 | THE EQUIERY | 35


Bob Keller


Bob Keller


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