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What a year it has been for the Maryland Horse Foundation! The MHF's Maryland Horse Library & Education Center Capital Campaign was launched in April 2021 and renovations will begin this month. The plan is for the MHL&EC to be open for business by Preakness.

The MHBA Board of Directors has generously offered to match contributions up to $25,000 received between now and January 31. So, we are asking for you to help us utilize this match and roll into 2022 with the great momentum that started in 2021.

Our team will work diligently to bring our mission for the Maryland Horse Library and Education Center to reality -- To honor the history of horses in Maryland and serve as a hub for learning and collaboration, ensuring a diverse and thriving industry far into the future.

Here's how you can help! There are several ways to give:

  • Contribute online at MarylandHorse.com/donate

  • Mail a check to the Maryland Horse Foundation at
    321 Main St, Reisterstown, Md 21136

  • Securities transfers, IRA qualified charitable distributions and more
    Contact Jordyn Egan - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details

Many Thanks and Happy Holidays!

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