MCTA Jenny Camp Horse Trials at Shawan Downs

Cockeysville MD

Sunday May 17, 2015

This year we are on Saturday at SHAWAN DOWNS and will again offer the modified Training Level 

We are offering:

Introductory - not to exceed 2'3", approx 1400 m, not timed water option.
Beginner Novice - not to exceed 2'7", approx 1900 m at 300 m/m, timed.
Novice - not to exceed 2'11", approx 2200 m at 350 m/m, timed 
Modified Training - that will share the Novice XC with Training level options, at 420 m/m and use the Training Dressage Test and Show Jumping.

Courses are over rolling hills with water, banks, and ditches when appropriate. Great level appropriate challenging courses at an unrecognized price.

CONSIDER JOINING MCTA to get discounts on activities in Maryland.
 Members pay $80, non-member pay $100

Entries opened April 15th 2015 and close May 12th 2015


Entry Form /   General Information 

Send Entries to:
Joanne Jones
6142 Ebenezer Rd.
Middle River, MD 21220

Entry status, ride times, and results will be at this link
(coming soon) 

Review the 2014 results

 Compete for FREE using your MCTA Bucks and still Volunteer Hours toward year end awards and scholarships!  Over the next month we will be be spending the evenings painting, moving jumps, cleaning out the water and ditches, and setting the flags.  Day before and day of volunteer positions are also available.  

Please contact or with your availabilty and desired role.

MCTA Horse Trials at Shawan Downs

Cockeysville MD

May 2-3, 2015


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Omnibus information

Organizers: Patti Fenwick, Ami Howard; email
Event Secretary: JoAnn Jones,
TD: Jim Gornall
PGJ: Sally Ike
Dressage Judges: Susan Carr Davis, Betty Thorpe, Peggy Pariso, Eileen Pritchard Bryan
SJ Judge: Cathy Tucker Slaterbeck
Volunteer Coordinator: xc - Ruth Frey, Dressage:Katie Novotny, sj-Olivia Giachini and Alex Regula:

ANNAPOLIS, MD (March 31, 2015) – A horse from Pennsylvania that appeared in a Maryland horse show on March 15 has tested positive for the equine herpes virus (EHV); however, none of the horses that were in the Maryland show and none of the horses that live with the sick horse in Pennsylvania are currently exhibiting any signs of illness. One horse that was reported to the Maryland Department of Agriculture (MDA) with a fever on March 29 tested negative for EHV.


The horse that is sick did not exhibit any symptoms until March 22 and did not exhibit any signs of illness while in Maryland. The officials of the Maryland show have contacted all trainers of horses in the division that the sick horse was shown in to alert them of the risk and recommend they monitor their horses through April 5, which is the end of the 21 day incubation period for equine herpes.


MDA’s Animal Health Program is monitoring the situation closely. Owners should contact their private veterinarians to arrange for EVH testing if a horse exhibits significant temperature elevations or neurologic signs. Veterinarians are required to report equine neurologic syndrome to MDA.


As of right now, there is no indication that any other horses that had contact with the sick Pennsylvania horse are ill. The Pennsylvania horse is reportedly improving.


Using strict biosecurity measures in day-to-day procedures, even when disease is not suspected, is a key strategy in preventing the introduction and spread of infectious diseases. APHIS Veterinary Services has developed a brochure titled Biosecurity – The Key to Keeping Your Horses Healthy, which can be found at


Jennifer Reynolds

Coordinator-Equine and Poultry Extension Activities

Dept. of Animal and Avian Sciences

3101 Animal Sciences Center

University of Maryland

College Park, MD 20742

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