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NOV 2016


Taylor Willie riding Katie Brown’s Snoopy at this year’s Canter for the Cause at Pimlico Racecourse on October 9


Madellen College of Hampstead was tenth in the Low Children’s Pony Over Fences and seventh in the Low Children’s Pony Under Saddle classes at the Colonial Classic riding Johnny Be Good.


Equiery ad designer Peggy Ingles with U.S. Olympic Bronze Medalist Phillip Dutton at the Plantation Field International in Unionville, PA


Kim Fullwood of Ellicott City with Equiery publisher Crystal Pickett and Tracy Diamond of Mt. Airy at Harrison Mule Days on September 30


Savannah Fulton of Finksburg placed eighth aboard Brave New World in the CIC1* B division at the Plantation Field International, September 15- 18 in Unionville, PA.


McKenna Healy (Forest Hill) and Wadi Rum fi nished fourth at the Maryland Horse Trials on October 9 in the Junior Open Training A division.


Former Marylander John French won the $5,000 WCHR Professional Finals at the Capital Challenge Horse Show, October 7 at the Prince George’s Equestrian Center, riding Small Gesture.


Mary Gubisch of Dreams Bigger Equestrian riding Abi Gal at the Full Moon Farm Family Fun Show on October 9 in Finksburg


Huntsman Kelly Burdge of HCIBH leading the hounds to Sharp’s Farm (Brookeville) for the annual parade through the pumpkin patch on October 8


The Arabian stallion FCF Oberons Vanity, owned by Dawn Jones-Low of Vermont, pictured here at the Crabbet Celebration at the Harford County Equestrian Center on September 3, received the ECAHA’s Extraordinary Achievement Award for his accomplishments at the 2015 North American 70-Day Stallion Performance Test where he earned the highest score and highest placing of any Arabian ever presented.


52 | THE EQUIERY | NOVEMBER 2016


This year’s annual MAWC clay shoot fundraiser’s winning team was from Elkridge-Harford Hunt Club. Pictured from left: Chip Howard, MAWC manager Jennifer Webster, Govane McClees, Chuck Gittings and Burley Cocks


Dick Green’s Abbey won the Over 54’’ Mule Jumping class at this year’s Harrison Mule Days on September 30, held at the Carroll County Equestrian Center.


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