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STORK REPORT


BRIDAL PATHS


COMINGS & GOINGS


Former Equiery intern Carly Weilminster is the new Director of Communications and Public Relations with US Equestrian in Kentucky.


Maryland sculptor Jean Clagett has moved to Colorado.


Finley Reed Reuwer was born on August 2 to HCIBH members Trae and Lauren Reuwer.


ON THE MEND A speedy recovery to LuAnne Levens of


Periwinkle Farm, who had shoulder replacement surgery this past August.


Event rider/trainer Kate Chadderton married Larry Sprecher on August 9 in Annapolis.


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Potomac Hunt member Robert Milton Hanson died on August 16 at the age of 95. Born in Washington DC, Hanson grew up riding at his family’s stable which backed up to Rock Creek Park. He attended the Landon School in Bethesda where he was a member of the school’s equestrian team. He joined the local 4-H club and became a 4-H leader later in life. Hanson was on the organizing committee that helped form the Montgomery County Agricultural Fair in 1945. While staying in the agricultural industry, he graduated from the University of Maryland and married JoAnne Dingwell in 1950. He served as a US Air Force intelli- gence offi cer during the Korean War and joined the stock brokerage fi rm Jones Kreeger & Co upon his return. During his lifetime, Hanson served on several boards of youth groups such as the Board of the Metropolitan YMCA.


Timber jockey and trainer Louis “Paddy” Neilson, III, died on Sep- tember 5. Hailing from Chester County, PA, Neilson was heavily in- volved with the steeplechase community in the mid-Atlantic region. His daughters Sanna and Kathy both are accomplished trainers, and his grandchildren Skylar McKenna and Parker Hendriks are active jump jockeys. At the age of 15, Neilson made his steeplechase debut as a jockey in 1958 when he swept the Grand National card, winning with Coke Hi in the Grand National and Zenbar’s Son in the Western Run Plate. In addition to riding, he played lacrosse. After graduating from Princeton University, he earned an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. He continued to ride before classes and race on weekends even while working as a bond trader for Alex. Brown and Sons. Neilson rode in the Maryland Hunt Cup a record 21 times and won three times. His fi rst MHC win was aboard Haff ady in 1968. He won again in 1974 aboard Burnmac and in 1989 with Uncle Merlin. Neilson was also the trainer for Uncle Merlin and after that win, left the brokerage fi rm to become a full time trainer. He continued in the sport as a trainer until 2015. In addition to steeplechasing, Neilson was an avid foxhunter and was elected as MFH of Cheshire Hounds in 2018.


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