Summer is peak season for active Marylanders and horse people are no exception. Many of us train, compete, teach, and ride at a slightly more frenetic pace than usual when the weather is warm. We conducted a survey over the last month to get a sense of which disciplines our …
With over 5,600 acres of protected parkland to explore, it is no surprise that the Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area in Cecil County was voted Maryland’s top place to trail ride in The Equiery’s 2021 survey.
The Maryland Horse Council held elections for its 2023-2025 Officers and Directors earlier this spring and we are thrilled to be able to announce the results. Their terms will begin in July. The new officers appear below, followed by short bios for everyone elected to the Board. Congratulations everyone, and a heartfelt thanks for your willingness to serve.
The 2023 Maryland Legislative session went out with a bang at midnight on April 10. Fireworks erupted in the House over whether some legislators were using delay tactics to run out the clock and prevent certain bills from getting a vote. Meanwhile in the Senate, just as the adjournment gavel was falling, a breathless staffer rushed onto the floor with a sheaf of papers fresh from the House clerk’s office with one more bill that would get a vote.