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The horse forum report is the result of a 12-month effort spearheaded by the Maryland Horse Industry Board in conjunction with a Maryland Horse Forum Planning Committee made up of Maryland horse industry representatives: University of Maryland Equine Studies Program, Maryland Horse Breeders Association,The Equiery, Maryland Horse Council, Maryland Equine Transition Service, and Goucher College.

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This report would not have been possible without the honest and thoughtful discussion provided by the 250 individuals who attended the Maryland Horse Forum on August 8, 2019. We thank all of the individuals and organizations for their support in planning and hosting the Maryland Horse Forum and the compilation and publishing of this report.

The Report from the Maryland Horse Forum is ready for you to read!

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