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  • The Grill at Harryman House

    340 Main Street in Historic Reisterstown, Maryland 21136. Looking for a place to meet friends for a casual dinner, celebrate a special occasion, impress a business client, or just “hang out” drink a beer and watch the game? The Grill at Harryman House in Reisterstown, MD is just that place. Visit Site→
  • The History of the Washington D.C. International with Joe Davies

    Joe Davies, the stepson of former Laurel Park president and creator of the Washington D.C. International John Schapiro, visited the Maryland Horse Library & Education Center on October 22, 2023, to discuss the history and significance of the International. [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNjMiSrydFA[/embed]
  • The Maryland State Fair: the History & the Spectacle with Fran Burns

    Fran Burns, now president of the Maryland State Fair, visited the Maryland Horse Library & Education Center on Monday, Aug. 28, 2023 to discuss the history of the Fair and her family's connections to the Fair. View the talk below: [embed]https://youtu.be/55kf7tQwYek[/embed]  
  • The Mill

    The Mill's seven locations strive to provide quality products with great service, at affordable prices. You will find your favorite lawn and garden supplies, farm supplies, pet supplies, work apparel, livestock feed, and more. If you don’t know what to buy, just ask any one of our experienced and friendly staff!  There are three convenient ways to shop at The Mill. Visit us at one of our locations, check out our Online Store, or have any in-store items delivered with your feed order of 10 bags or more.  Visit Site→
  • The Retreat at Beckleysville Volunteer Opportunities

    The Retreat at Beckleysville offers recreational, competitive, and therapeutic riding for people of all ages and abilities in a safe environment with minimal cost. Riders come from all over Maryland and Pennsylvania to enjoy the warm and inviting atmosphere and the enriching approach of trained volunteers.  Learn more about volunteering→
  • The Surrey Saddlery

    14120 Darnestown Rd, Darnestown, MD 20874 Since 1953, The Surrey has supplied local horseback riding enthusiasts with clothing, equipment, and gifts for all occasions. After 56 years in Potomac, they moved to Darnestown to be closer to the horse community and are continuing our tradition of great service, excellent quality, and good friends. The Surrey can expertly outfit beginners to advanced riders, event and dressage riders, fox-chasers, show hunters and jumpers headed to the ring and acts as a community center with our bulletin board listing horses for sale, local barns and instructors. Visit Site→
  • The Valley Inn Restaurant

    10501 Falls Rd, Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093 In 2012, Ted Bauer, owner of The Oregon Grille, bought and renovated The Valley Inn. Staying true to the original structure built in 1832, Bauer preserved the building’s rich history and notable past while reimagining the space and updating the décor of the historic property. Our locally inspired menu and extensive bar program, coupled with a variety of dining experiences, make The Valley Inn the perfect place to dine with family, enjoy cocktails with coworkers, watch sports with friends, or celebrate a special occasion. Visit Site→
  • Trail Riding Stables

    Want to get out and see Maryland by Horseback? Take a trail ride!  Maryland has trail riding stables and trails you can take your own horse. Explore the list of trail ride opportunities in Maryland. Learn More: Trail Rides in Maryland→
  • TROT

    Originally founded in 1980, by a group of 22 Maryland riders seeking to save a single trail, Trail Riders Of Today (TROT) expanded in 1997 to a 501(c)3 Corporation for charitable and educational purposes and specifically to educate the public concerning the preservation of existing equestrian trails and the establishment of new equestrian trails. TROT encourages partnerships with local organizations, state government agencies, land developers, and the public at large to maintain, preserve, and promote open space and equestrian trails with ecological and aesthetic benefits for public recreational use across the region. Visit Site→
  • U.S. Pony Racing

    US Pony Racing is dedicated to bringing horse and pony flat and jump race riding opportunities and education to young and amateur riders of all ability levels.  USPR offers low or no-cost clinics to pony clubs, fox hunting clubs, 4-H, and other groups, and also provides unmounted educational opportunities to the general public, all of which are led by top trainers and riders in the steeplechase and flat racing industries . With a focus on safety, it is the mission of USPR to  make race riding accessible to all skill levels of riding, from lead line to the hard core fox hunters, in effort to perpetuate and preserve the sport of horse racing in general. Pony racing is limited to mounts that are 5 years old and up and not exceeding 14.2 hands, ridden by juniors who have not had their 16th birthday as of the first of the year. All age levels and ability levels are welcome for educational experiences, but rider and pony race entrant combinations must meet the above requirements and also be pre-screened before being permitted to race. Groups seeking clinic instruction need not necessarily be interested in racing, USPR clinics can also cover pace and/or cross country schooling techniques that will help the pony/horse and rider become a better team, leading to better performances despite the discipline they may choose.   Clinics make excellent fundraisers for clubs.  Ask us how we can help you raise money! VISIT SITE→
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