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June 10 Update
Busy June and July ahead for Dr. Mac
June 11-15. Second Chances Groom Eite at James River Work Center, Richmond, Virginia
June 18-22. Groom Elite 101 assessment and graduation at Prairie Meadows, Altoona, Iowa.
June 25-29. Basic Grooming 099 at Laurel Park, Maryland (see below) CLICK HERE to sign up online
July 12-14 and every Thursday thru Saturday through August 2-4 Groom Elite 101 at Presque Isle, Erie, Pennsylvania.
Want to work with racehorses at Laurel Park this summer?
Basic Grooming 099 June 25-29 will prepare you for an entry level position. If you are interested in attending, contact the Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association
Want to work with horses? This workforce preparation class will provide the basic horse handling and care knowledge and skills you will need to work safetly around equine athletes. Learn tterminology and skills required for entry level worker positon in the equine industry, with specific emphasis on racehorses. Participants that complete this course and pass evaluations on Friday are virtually assured of being offered a job. If space is available (class size limited to 24 and we will maintain a waiting list), BG099 is a good class for individual horse owners and those wishing to become horse owners, particularly owners working with retired racehorses. Sponsored by the Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association, there is no tuition for this class. To Sign Up Online CLICK HERE
Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association directly at
Office Phone: 410-902-6842
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Trainers Exam Prep Class: Remington Park, Oklahoma City - August
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