“We are thrilled to have the support and partnership of our friends at Rosecroft Raceway and the Cloverleaf Standardbred Owners Association (CSOA),” said Jane Seigler, President of the Maryland Horse Council. “Standardbred racing is an important part of Maryland’s economic, cultural and historic life. MHC's membership includes many farms, families and businesses involved in the Standardbred industry in Maryland, as well as many individuals who follow and enthusiastically enjoy the sport. We are proud to have Rosecroft and CSOA as members and sponsors of the Maryland Horse Council.”
Organizations like the Maryland Horse Council need supportive sponsors in order to represent Maryland’s horse community in an effective manner. Lisa Watts, Director of Operations said, “Rosecroft Raceway and Cloverleaf Standardbred Association, Inc. are excited to have the opportunity to support the Maryland Horse Council. We understand the importance of the horse industry to the State of Maryland, and we look forward to continuing our partnership."
Rosecroft Raceway, located in Fort Washington, MD., brings live harness racing to the community on Tuesdays and Saturdays during racing season. With free admission and parking every day, harness racing enthusiasts flock to this venue. Rosecroft Raceway also features simulcast racing year round.
Cloverleaf Standardbred Owners’ Association is a non-profit organization which consists of owners, trainers, drivers, grooms and other interested parties involved in the Standardbred racing industry in Maryland. Its mission is to promote the sport of harness racing throughout the community and those individuals involved in the industry.
Established in 1985, the Maryland Horse Council (MHC) seeks to unify, inform and represent Maryland’s diverse horse community. As the industry’s state legislative and trade association, MHC protects and promotes the horse industry by providing a united voice in the Maryland state legislature and state agencies, by interacting with the media and the general public, and by keeping its members informed on issues that affect them and their horses.