BRAHA Calendar of Events

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April 22: Spring Schooling Show

Harford Equestrian Center – Bel Air, MD Contact Betty Adams: 410-489-9888

May 13: Trail Ride Granite, MD Time TBD (Rain Date June 3) Contact Jamie Condon 410-960-7019 or

Aug 8: Howard County Fair Show

West Friendship, MD Contact Betty Adams: 410-489-9888 or Pat Clifford 410-356-7465

Aug 26: Fall Futurity & Open Show

Harford Equestrian Center – Bel Air, MD Contact Pat Clifford: 410-356-7465

The Maryland Futurity is an award program designed to recognize young Arabian, Half-Arabian or Anglo-Arabian horses. It adds value to your mares, stallions and foals. Horses are shown in halter and performance classes. They compete for prize money and awards. Ribbons are awarded at the show, but prize money is awarded at the November Banquet. Futurity checks and plaques are awarded to winners at the November Banquet. It is simple to nominate your foal in utero or up to three years old.

All Breeds are welcome for our Open Show!

Nov 4: High Point Awards Banquet Timbuktu Restaurant – Hanover, MD Linette Kolos or Sherry Crow

We are a club affi liated with Region 15 of AHA-The Region 15 Show in Lexington, VA is July 5th - 9th

We welcome any suggestions for other fun events! Come be a part of a Club that welcomes you and your horse whether an Arabian or not!

All our shows & events are

Unique employment opportunity – The Stables of Rolling Ridge (SRR) (Gaithersburg, MD), a brand new dressage facility in Montgomery County, is seeking an enthusiastic and knowledgeable individual interested in swapping work (two full days per week, plus 2 eve night checks) for a beautiful one-bedroom on-site apart- ment, one stall board, and full use of the training facility. Responsibilities will include: feeding, turn outs, boots/ blanketing, cleaning stalls, grooming arenas, and generally supporting the needs of our clients. This position is set up for someone who otherwise has a full or part-time job yet wants to augment their living standard with paid housing/horse board (utilities not included). The successful candidate will have extensive horse experience, be energetic, with solid background in equine care and injury awareness. SRR will take out workman’s comp. for this position. Arrangement potentially could also work for a husband/wife team. Interested candidates should submit resume and cover letter to

WANTED Photos get noticed!

Add an on-line photo or fotoshow to your classified.

Add an on-line photo for $10, or an on-line fotoshow for $15 (up to 6 photos). 800-244-9580

TB Training Farm Call Dana at 410-442-5945

Wanted Groom for

AM Barn Help M-F Morning chores (feed, t/o, stalls, water, etc.). Exp required, Frederick, MD. 301-938-8058.

Exp. barn help to care for two horses; feeding, turnout, mucking and light farm work. Furnished apartment at reduced rent of $600 in exchange for work. Possibility of bringing your horse. Approximately 15-20 hours a week. Canwork other job or attend school. Nice opportunity for the right person. Non-smoker. Contact JW at 410-790-1044.

Barn Help - Westminster

for Full Moon Farm; must be skilled in all aspects of horse care, facilities management, employee relations & general client relational skills. Riding not a requirement. Must be fun, upbeat, & understand interpersonal relations. A non-smoker is a plus. Salary commensurate w/experience. Email resume & referrals

Barn Manager Wanted

Instructors Wanted F/T & P/T - Teach, ride, make feeds, assist vet & farrier. Housing & boarding available. Call 301-208-0200 or email Online Link: FastAd: #909639

PT Groom Wanted for H/J show barn in Frederick. Tues - Sun, approx 1 away show per month, grooming experience required. 301-938-8058,



Looking Glass Farm, Hamilton VA, is searching for a responsible, self-starting individual with significant horse experience to care for the farm and horses and relieve the Farm Manager one full day and one half day a week (must include one weekend day). Duties include feeding and watering, turn in and out, blanketing and booting, and other tasks as needed which may include replacing fence boards, medicating horses, etc. NO MUCKING. Great clients and horses. Competitive hourly pay. Contact Alison Head at or text/call 540-729-4847. Online Link: FastAd: #909622


4 days per week on small horse farm. Must be good w/horses, able to drive tractor, salary based on experience, Clarksburg, MD. 301-370-5774

PT Help Wanted

Large horse farm in Silver Spring, MD is seeking a full time Instructor. The ideal candidate would be able to teach a balance seat to beginners all the way to advanced, riders of ages 5 & up. Candidates must also be willing tohelp w/light barn work (no mucking stalls) & horse care. Send resumes to Online Link: FastAd: #909357

Help Wanted

located in the heart of Washington, DC, seeks an Office Administrator. Duties include: Membership invoicing; new member processing and membership database management; updating congressional records; payroll processing; maintaining personnel files and personnel benefits; assisting with annual meeting preparation; handling publication orders; managing and ordering office supplies; answering phones; assisting the president. For info and to apply visit

The American Horse Council office-administrator-position/ Online Link: FastAd: #909775

Twelve-month salaried position requires shared weekend and holiday hours. Overall responsibilities include collaborating in the development and implementation of all equestrian programs including planning and teaching age/skill appropriate lessons, safety of all participants, supervision of summer camp staff, and care of horses. Other duties and responsibilities assigned as needed. Apply online here: www Online Link: FastAd: #909735

School and Camp Lead Instructor

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