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Launched in 2018, the Work Experience Program provides qualified applicants with the opportunity to gain work experience in the field of their choice. Hours worked by the participants in their internship are funded by the MHF, so that host sites can provide an engaging and educational experience with no financial burden. The MHF helps connect qualified applicants internship opportunities, based on their future career goals and what aspects of the Maryland Thoroughbred industry interest them most. Previous internship locations include: • Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association • Fair Hill Training Center • Maryland Horse Industry Board - Horseland at the Maryland State Fair Interested? Contact Jordyn at firstname.lastname@example.org Intern Profiles Elizabeth Moorman Erin Swope Marissa Melzer Kandace Tignor Brianna Higgs
YMCA Camp Letts Equestrian Center in Edgewater hosts a holistic horsemanship program, including equine husbandry and riding for children age 6 to adults. Lessons are taught by certified and/or academically trained instructors and offer online content through its YouTube channel.
10738 York Rd, Cockeysville, MD 21030 Yoicks specializes in 19th & 20th c. Sporting Art, 19th c. French Animalier bronzes, Antiques, and Curiosities. Yoicks! is also a leading "Rag Merchant to the Gentry" being established stockists of such brands as Partridge, Lock & Co. Hatters, Corgi and a proprietary selection of clothing made in Great Britain. The name, which is a fox hunting exclamation used to encourage hounds at work, also carries the connotation of "rare" in Old English. The store eventually migrated to Stevenson, Maryland in the heart of the Green Spring Valley before launching a bold venture to the legendary Sporting Mecca of Saratoga Springs, New York. Visit Site→