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Maryland Horse Library & Education Center

Learn why the Maryland Horse Library & Education Center is important to Maryland’s horse industry. Featuring testimonials from Ross Peddicord, Chip & George Doetsch, Maggie Wolfendale, Joe Clancy, Scott Wykoff, and Boyd Browning.

Located in the heart of historic Reisterstown in the Maryland Horse Breeders Association’s building at 321 Main Street, the Maryland Horse Library and Education Center honors the history of horses in Maryland and serves as a hub for learning and collaboration. The breadth and depth of the Maryland horse industry is represented by a robust collection of over 10,000 reference books in a warm and welcoming venue available for public use. In addition to the reference library, the Maryland Horse Library and Education Center includes a memorabilia area, versatile meeting space, interactive kiosks and rotating exhibits.

It’s never too late to be a part of this exciting project! Learn more about the various ways you can support the Maryland Horse Library and Education Center HERE.


Horse Industry Reception 2023

The Horse Industry Reception in Annapolis on February 14, 2023 was a big success! Scroll through the photo gallery below to see snapshots from the event.

Click HERE to view more of the evening’s highlights and learn about the horse industry’s importance in Maryland.


AHP Equine Media Student Award

2023 Applications now open! Apply before February 14, 2023.

Are you an aspiring equine journalist? Get a chance to jumpstart your career in equine media through the American Horse Publication’s Equine Media Student Award! Each year AHP awards up to three talented students with travel grants to the annual AHP Conference. Additional benefits include the opportunity to network with equine media professionals and attend educational workshops and lectures. Of the Travel Award winners, one will be chosen for the AHP Equine Media Student Award and receive a $1000 cash prize.

Applications are restricted to high school seniors and undergraduate matriculated college students under the age of 25. Click here for more information on award eligibility and guidelines.

For more information on AHP and its various student programs, contact Judy Lincoln at or visit


Valley Meadow Farms Trails Getaway and Bed & Barn

Vacation with your horse in Western Maryland at Valley Meadow Farms Trails Getaway and Bed & Barn. Smooth and wide trails on 400 private acres near Hancock, MD. Comfy 4 bedroom farmhouse stay and 2 large stall barn with fenced paddock or self-contained RV parking possible. And, bring your own horse (BYOH) day ride visits scheduled all year. Voted “favorite horsey spot” by guests. Ride hilltops and valleys, cross creeks and meadows. Diverse terrain for all levels of trail riding. Open year-round for scheduled visits to this beautiful, working family farm.  Easy to get to but worlds away. Life is peaceful at this farm. 2 hours from Baltimore and DC areas near I-68 at Sideling Hill. Visit or call 301-678-6584 to make reservations.

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Hidden Hills Farm & Vineyard

7550 Green Valley Road, Frederick, MD 21701

Visit Hidden Hills Farm & Vineyard for an unforgettable wine experience! Located on a horse farm with over 100 acres in the heart of Frederick County, Maryland, Hidden Hills specializes in growing grapes that thrive in Maryland’s climate. Enjoy live music and a breathtaking view, stop by their cozy tasting room, or join one of their equestrian-themed wine clubs.