Woodstock Equestrian Park Grand Opening

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On Saturday April 27th, Ian Kelly and I attended the Grand Opening of the Woodstock Equestrian Park in Beallsville, MD. Ian was the project manager for Blackburn Architects who was the lead designer for the renovated facility.  It was a fantastic day with perfect weather for the event.  The ceremonies included the dedication of the recently completed outdoor riding ring, beginner novice cross country course, and the stabilization and restoration of the historic Brewer Farm.

Blackburn Architects helped design the layout of the park and directed the restoration of the four historic structures. The Grand Opening event included a ribbon cutting ceremony, jumping demonstration by Bascule Farm, a polo match featuring the Capitol Polo Club, a demonstration of the new cross country course by the Seneca Valley Pony Club, and a presentation of the Maryland Horse Industry Board’s April Touch of Class award to Tracey Morgan.  I’ve posted some photos below of the highlights from the event.

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Bascule Farm


Capitol Polo Club

Seneca Valley Pony Club


Posted in Equestrian News, Projects, Sustainable Design

One response to “Woodstock Equestrian Park Grand Opening”

  1. Vicki Shannon says:

    Hi John…..you may remember me as Hermen Greenberg’s assistant, Vicki Shannon. Thank you for posting the wonderful photos of the Woodstock event. I am sure that It would make Mr. Greenberg very happy to see so many people using the Park. I regret that I was unable to be there, but hope to go out to the Park soon to see all the progress firsthand.

    All best wishes,
    Vicki Shannon

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