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Dorothy Troutman: The Lady of Upper Marlboro, continued... housing developments.”


Prince George’s Eques- trian Center Before the Show Place


Arena even existed, the loca- tion was used as a training facility for racehorses.


“My


husband and I would use the track to train on occasion and the county wanted to tear it up and put in a community cen- ter,” Sandra said. Dorothy did not oppose the community center; but she was able to get it moved so that a full eques- trian competition and training center could be built on the grounds instead. Estepp calls Dorothy, “the visionary behind


Dorothy, her daughter Sandra and Friends of the PGEC pre- sented a check for $21,000 to John Rhonds, Chairman of the M-NC Park and Planning Commission in 1985.


the Prince George’s Equestrian Center” and many agree with his statement. “Dorothy made sure horses were still welcomed there,” said Rob Burk, CEO of US Eventing Association. Burk worked with Dorothy for eight years in his former position as Executive Director of the Maryland Horse Industry Board. “It was my mom’s idea to get that all started,” Glenn said. “She basically did all the fundrais- ing herself.” Glenn explained that Dorothy had


been able to get the county leadership to agree to match whatever she was able to fundraise to build an equestrian center. “Tey really didn’t think she could do it but then she did and they had to give up the rest of the money!” Glenn added. “Dorothy had a way of pulling people to-


gether and brought more and more people into the horse world through these projects,” Estepp stated. As a thank you for her efforts, Estepp had the water tower at PGEC painted with horses from Glennwood Farm. “Every time I pass the water tower on Route 301 with the mural of horses painted on it, I think of her,” Prince George’s county horse-


woman and former Maryland Horse Council Secretary Valerie Ormond said. “I know she was instrumental in making the Prince George’s Equestrian Center become a reality. It goes to show how one person with a vision, dedication and an uncanny ability to make things happen, can make a difference in the lives of people for many years to come.” Ormond sat on the Prince George’s County Equine Industry Task Force with Dorothy in 2010 and 2011. Te creation of this task force was another one of Dorothy’s ideas.


Rosaryville State Park Another one of Dorothy’s biggest legacies


is Rosaryville State Park, home of the Mount Airy Mansion. According to the Maryland De- partment of Natural Resources, “Te Mount Airy Mansion is one of the oldest Maryland mansions connected to the Calvert family, the Lords Proprietor of colonial Maryland.” It was a hunting lodge for the Lords Baltimore and dates back to the 1600s. “Te state was going to shut it down, but


Dorothy formed the [Rosaryville] Conservan- cy to run the property,” Estepp explained. “We were very worried we were going to lose that park,” Dorothy said, and so she organized the


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