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  • Baltimore County Extension’s ‘Ag Insight’

    The electronic version of the University of Maryland Extension’s latest Agricultural Newsletter for Baltimore County.  CLICK HERE to view the latest issues.
  • Belair Stable Museum

    2835 Belair Dr, Bowie, MD 20715 Beginning in the late 1740s, Governor Samuel Ogle and his brother-in-law, Colonel Benjamin Tasker, imported a number of Thoroughbred horses, including the incredible Selima, to Belair. Today’s Stable Museum highlights the accomplishments of Belair’s bloodstock over a 200-year racing legacy. It also features Belair’s other agricultural uses and contains a restored 1923 Stablemaster’s living quarters. The Belair Stable Museum is located just a block from Belair Mansion. Admission is free; donations are welcomed. Tours for groups of 10 or more persons are available by appointment. VISIT SITE→
  • Beyond the Wire

    Beyond the Wire is an industry-wide initiative between the Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association, the Maryland Jockey Club, the Maryland Horse Breeders Association and Maryland jockeys. The organization is a first exit from racing program designed to facilitate safe and enriching placements for retiring Maryland based racehorses. Visit Site→
  • Chesapeake City 2022 Parade of Horses

    Watch the Historic Living Modern World recap of the Chesapeake City Parade of Horses on December 10, 2022.
  • Chesapeake Therapeutic Riding Volunteer Opportunities

    Established in 2003, Chesapeake Therapeutic Riding’s mission is to “encourage healing and celebrate life with individuals and groups whose minds, bodies and spirits will benefit from the transformative connection between people and horses.” CTR’s certified staff and trained volunteers are dedicated to serving individuals and groups through customized, innovative programming that occurs year-round. Volunteers are the backbone of any successful therapeutic riding program. CTR is no different! Our volunteers are appreciated and respected for their time, talents and expertise. CTR also takes great pride in training volunteers so they have a fulfilling experience and help us to make a difference.  Learn more about volunteering at CTR→
  • Cloverleaf Standardbred Owner’s Association

    Cloverleaf Standardbred Owners’ Association, Inc. is a non-profit formed in 1960 to promote the sport of harness racing and represent the owners, trainers, drivers, and grooms of the harness racing industry. Visit Site→
  • Days End Farm Horse Rescue Education Programs

    Days End Farm Horse Rescue is a national rescue and rehabilitation facility sheltering 110-150 horses annually in Lisbon. One of the Maryland Horse Industry Board's Horse Discovery Centers, Days End has developed a range of educational equine content for both children and adults.  Browse the DEFHR education programs→
  • Days End Farm Horse Rescue Internship Programs

    Internships at Days End Farm Horse Rescue give emerging professionals valuable insight into the day-to-day management, operations, and requirements of a large horse rescue. Interns can utilize skills learned at DEFHR in their next careers in equine management, training, animal welfare advocacy, equine rehabilitation, nonprofit marketing, facility management, and countless additional areas within the industry. Our internship positions are available as both residential and nonresidential positions and cover the following areas of DEFHR. View available internships→
  • Days End Farm Horse Rescue Volunteer Opportunities

    Saving the lives of horses at Days End Farm Horse Rescue would not be possible without the dedication and selfless actions of their many volunteers. Volunteers of all ages, abilities, and experience levels provide over 55,000 hours of service a year. Whether you’re interested in hands-on time with the horses or want to contribute in a nonequine capacity, there are a variety of positions and needs in their four volunteer programs. Volunteer→
  • Dover Saddlery

    Dover Saddlery® brand riding apparel, equestrian wear, bridles, saddles, and other tack is developed by riders, for riders. Leveraging nearly a half-century of equestrian expertise and world-wide contacts in the equestrian industry, product development teams at Dover Saddlery are able to offer just the right choices for you and your horse. Locations in Sparks MD and Gambrills MD. Visit Site→
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