Purchase your passes today for the 109th running of the My Lady’s Manor Steeplechase Races. Slated for Saturday, April 13, this is one of Maryland’s oldest and most competitive days of timber racing and will benefit The Manor Foundation. Presented by PNC, gates will open at 10:00am with the first race scheduled for 1:30pm.
The afternoon includes four steeplechase races, as well as live bluegrass music from the Mayo Family Band and horse-themed merchandise tents and exhibits. This year, the Manor Races will also feature food trucks, serving delicious food all day long. Kids will be able to enjoy stick pony races at noon (for kids 10 and under). There will also be a lead-line race for jockeys under the age of 7 and their ponies at 12:30 pm. Have a child that would like to participate? Entries can be emailed into [email protected] by 4/8. Come enjoy a fantastic day with family and friends on the manor!
What: My Lady’s Manor Steeplechase Races
When: Saturday, April 13, 2019
Gates open at 10am; First Race at 1:30pm
Where: Jarrettsville Pike (MD 146) at Pocock Road in Monkton, Maryland
Details: The My Lady’s Manor Steeplechase Races, one of Maryland’s oldest and most competitive days of timber racing, will be run for the benefit of The Manor Foundation. Since 1909, this exciting day of equestrian sport has marked the beginning of spring in the Harford County countryside! The afternoon includes 4 steeplechase races: The My Lady’s Manor Steeplechase Race with a $50,000 purse (and the first of Maryland’s Steeplechase Triple Crown), The John Rush Streett Memorial and The Thomas H. Voss Memorial, both with $20,000 purses and The John D. Schapiro Memorial which has a $10,000 purse. The day is presented by PNC. In addition to the races, guests will enjoy be able to enjoy a fantastic day on the Manor with, live bluegrass music from the Mayo Family Band and horse-themed merchandise tents and exhibits.
New for 2019, the Manor Races will feature four food trucks, serving delicious food all race day. Also, there will be a stick pony race at noon for kids under 10. Bring you own stick pony or stop by the decorating station run by the amazing Manor Race Junior Committee. Lastly, there will be a lead-line race for jockeys under the age of 7 and their ponies at 12:30 pm. (Have a child that would like to participate? Entries can be emailed into [email protected] by 4/8) Bring your family out for a fantastic day of outdoor fun and premier jump racing.
Tickets: Admission is via parking passes; no additional admission ticket is required to the races. Click to learn how to purchase passes and for additional information on event details.
For more information, please visit http://www.manorraces.com/.
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