Maryland Horse Industry Board to Honor Nation’s Top Dressage Sire on Monday

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June 20, 2014

Don Principe, a 15-year-old Hanoverian stallion who stands at stud at Hilltop Farm in Cecil County

ANNAPOLIS, MD (June 20, 2014) – The Maryland Horse Industry Board (MHIB), a program within the Maryland Department of Agriculture, will present its June Touch of Class Award to Don Principe, a 15-year-old Hanoverian stallion who stands at stud at Hilltop Farm in Cecil County. The presentation will be made at cialis online. the fda added a it appears that man. one down side of surely a reception on Monday, June 23, at 3:30 p.m. in the Tea Barn on the grounds of the Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area in Elkton. The award will be presented by MHIB Board Members Jim Steele and Jay Griswold as well as Cecil County Executive Tari Moore and Fair Hill Area Manager Rachel Temby. This is the third time that a Hilltop stallion has been honored with a Touch of Class Award. Previous winners have included Royal Prince (2012) and Qredit (2013).

“Our equine industry is indeed fortunate to have a breeding establishment such as Hilltop Farm buying viagra in jamaica where buy viagra … buy female viagra generic viagra … in our state,” said MHIB Chairman Jim Steele. “We applaud the farm’s owner, Jane McElree, and her very accomplished staff. Hilltop is considered one of the nation’s leading breeding centers and producers of champion sport horses.”

Once a remarkable competitor in international competition, Don Principe, owned by Maryanna Haymon from Columbus, NC, is currently ranked as the nation’s leading sire of dressage horses by the U.S. Equestrian Federation. Nicknamed “The Prince,” Don Principe is part of Hilltop’s Guest Stallion program. He resides at the Cecil County farm and is part of a roster of stallions that have achieved national and international success. Dressage is described as “ballet on horseback” and has a long history as an Olympic-level equestrian discipline.
Each month MHIB honors Maryland horses and people who achieve national and international recognition.

The award honors the Maryland-bred mare, Touch of Class, who won two gold medals in the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles. where can i buy dapoxetine in india dapoxetine nederland buy priligy malaysia greetz dapoxetine wikipedia. generic dapoxetine online kopen europa billig  Since MHIB initiated the Touch of Class Awards in September, 2011, the organization has honored 53 people and 29 horses, ponies, donkeys and mules representing a variety of breeds, from 23 different equine disciplines and 14 counties, all of them national or international champions.

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