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Start Planning Your Spring Season at Full Moon Farm!


April 9 Spring Thing Unrecognized Horse Trials,


CT, Dressage Only & Stadium Only Rides (Starter thru Training level)


XC Course Open for Schooling after Competition (Time/Conditions Permitting)


May 7 June 4


FMF Farm Family Insurance Show #1 FMF Farm Family Insurance Show #2 June 26 - 28 FMF 1/4 * Long Format 3-Day Event & Clinics!


Our starter event & unrecognized 3-Day Event offer something for everyone. Our educational courses are designed so that you and your horse have a confi dence-boosting experience.


Karen & Stephen Fulton • 4326 Louisville Road, Finksburg, MD 21048 410-795-8371 • www.fullmoonfarm.comfullmoonfarmkaren@gmail.com


The Howard County Cup Races • Saturday, May 6, 2017 The 74th Running of


Gates open 12 Noon · Opening Ceremonies 2:00 pm · Post Time 2:30 pm Pleasant Prospect Farm · 4389 Jennings Chapel Road · Brookeville, MD 20833


Timber Races The Howard County Hunt Cup - $10,000 · Open Timber Race; 3 miles, over 3’6” fences; minimum weight 165 lbs.


The Alda Clark Plate - $2,500 · Novice Timber Race, 3 miles over 3’6” fences. Minimum weight 165 lbs. For non-winners over  mber prior to the 1st of the current year; for each win since the 1st of the current year add 5 lbs. A perpetual trophy.


$1,000 Trainer Award · $1,000 award to the leading trainer with horses running in the Howard County Cup (open  mber), and the Alda Clark Plate (novice  mber). Leading trainer determined by starts and points earned in places in accordance with the General Condi ons.


Foxhunter Races


About three miles over  mber, fences not to exceed 3’6”. Horses must be fairly hunted by their rider (in accordance to the MSA General Condi ons for foxhunters), at least fi ve (5) years old and are not to have won a sanc oned  mber race in the last three (3) years. Riders who have ridden under rules during the last fi ve (5) years or who are entered in any other race of the day are ineligible for this race. Proper hun ng a re. Catch weight. May be run as Field Master Chase, at the discre on of the commi ee. In the Field Masters Chase, riders will follow at hun ng pace behind a Field Master and will be released to race for the fi nish. Divisions may be combined at the discre on of the commi ee. Non-Thoroughbreds must be declared at  me of entry.


Specify Division:


A. The Harwood · Open to member of organized packs; perpetual trophy for the winner, the Iron Bridge Phantom Fox Hunt perpetual trophy to the fi rst non-Thoroughbred winner


B. The Founders’ Cup · Restricted to members of the Howard County-Iron Bridge Hounds, and non-Thoroughbreds fairly hunted by rider; awards to the fi rst man, fi rst woman and fi rst junior to cross the fi nish line.


Children’s Races


The Jack Mobberly Pony Field Master Chases (Small, Medium & Large) The Howard County Sippy Cup - Leadline


Post Race Kentucky Derby Party


Immediately following the last race, all owners, riders and trainers are invited to the corporate tent (no cover, cash bar); the Kentucky Derby will be aired on monitors.


For more informa on, complete condi ons or to enter a race...www.howardcountycupraces.com 60 | THE EQUIERY | APRIL 2017


800-244-9580 | www.equiery.com


903081-170417


908285-170217


908461-170317


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