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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2012
Joyce V. Richardson, a Baltimore County riding instructor who taught hundreds how to ride during her nearly six-decade career, died Nov. 30 of complications from a stroke at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. She was 77. "She rode the day of her stroke, July 10. She had given several lessons," said Wendy Marchant, who began taking lessons with Miss Richardson in 1978 and later became her barn manager. The daughter of a Bendix Frieze inventor and a homemaker, Joyce Vickers Richardson was born in Baltimore and raised on Normal Avenue in Northeast Baltimore.
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SPORTS
By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | March 21, 1992
The Maryland steeplechase season will open today with the Howard County-Iron Bridge race meet at the Meriwether Farm in Glenelg.Featured on a seven-event card is the Howard County Cup, a three-mile, open-timber race that will be the first to count in the Governors Cup competition for horse of the year.Post time is 1 p.m. with the gates opening at 10 a.m. General admission tickets may be purchased at the gate.Shining Beacon and Florida Law are considered among the early favorites in the feature and most of the top local riders will participate.
SPORTS
By Special to The Sun | May 6, 1991
MIDDLEBURG, Va. -- Two Maryland families went home with trophies from yesterday's Bull Run Hunt point-to-point, the last of Virginia's spring steeplechase races.Rushwin, owned and trained by Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Pitts Jr. of Monkton and ridden by daughter Helen, won the rider opportunity flat race.Smart N' Fresh, owned and trained by Mrs. Pitts with Cluvin Ryan of Baltimore, won the first division of the maiden flats, and she also trained Softie Mal, third in the maiden hurdle.The Conaway family of Howard County had a good day, especially in the pony race.
NEWS
By Katherine Richards and Katherine Richards,Staff Writer | February 24, 1993
Not every pony can be persuaded to wear a tuxedo, complete with trousers, black tie and top hat perched at a rakish angle.And not every pony can learn to throw a flying disk.But not every pony has Hampstead 14-year-old Linda Fahnestock for its owner and trainer.Linda, an eighth-grader at Hereford Middle School, has persuaded ponies to do both of the above. And she is about to take her equitation on the road, to Australia -- if she can raise enough money to pay for the trip.She is one of six youngsters nationwide to be selected to represent the national Pony of the Americas Club at two large horse shows in Australia in April.
NEWS
July 10, 2004
On July 5, 2004, CHARLES EDWARD, JR.; husband of Alison L. Asti; father of Daniel Andrew Asti Bienemann and Tracy Ann Asti Bienemann; brother of Cornelia Ellis Bienemann and James Bienemann and the late Anna Bienemann Tessaro; uncle of Kevin Crosby. Memorial Services will be held at Church of Good Shepard, Carrollton Avenue, Towson, on July 30, 2004 at 4:30 P.M. If desired, memorial contributions may be made to Severn School Ice Hockey Program, 201 Water Street, Severna Park, MD 21146 or Pasadena Horse and Pony Association, 4748 Mountain Road, Pasadena, MD 21122 or Annapolis Pony Club, 1462 Grandview Road, Arnold, MD 21012.
NEWS
By Muphen Whitney and Muphen Whitney,Contributing writer | March 25, 1992
Even at the wire Saturday, Trae Reuwer did not know for sure who thevictor was.The 9-year-old Glenelg resident was racing in the small pony division of the Howard County-Iron Bridge Hounds Race Meet with his bay mare, Mouse."
NEWS
By Muphen R. Whitney | April 22, 1992
One, two . . . one, two . . . one, two. Posting trot . . . diagonals. . . de agony of de beat.Many riders at Saturday's Lehigh Riding Club Horse and Pony Show found out just how agonizing it can be trying to get correct diagonals. They also found out just how important getting the correct diagonal is to the judge.For those who think this sounds like a foreign language, here is a brief explanation:The trot is a two-beat gait in which the horse moves diagonally-opposed pairs of legs. The rider lifts his hips forward barely out of the saddle as one or the other of the horse's front legs moves forward.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Karin Remesch and Karin Remesch,SUN STAFF | August 23, 2001
WHEN Ellee Perri spies the rocking horse in her grandparents' living room, she eagerly runs to it, climbs on and rocks back and forth with a big smile on her face. Not too unusual for a 22-month-old. But unlike most toddlers her age, Ellee is equally comfortable in a saddle atop a real horse - a Shetland pony. And she'll be riding that pony at the 120th annual Maryland State Fair, which opens tomorrow in Timonium for an 11-day run. Oh, and it will be Ellee's second State Fair competition.
NEWS
May 24, 2006
Young and old turned out last weekend for the mid month family May Day festival at South River Colony in Edgewater. Food, balloon art, a farmers' market, pony rides and crafts helped ensure a joyous spring day.
BUSINESS
January 17, 2000
Baltimore Jan. 26-30 United States Pony Clubs annual meeting, Renaissance Harborplace, Pratt and Commerce streets. Contact: Peggy Entrekin, 606-254-7669. Estimated attendance: 300 Information The Sun lists selected conventions of general interest or with exhibits open to the public from those provided by the Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association. For Washington-area convention information, call 202-789-7000.
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