Officials at the Maryland Horse Breeders Association have announced the election of three new officers to its board of directors.
Dr. Michael J. Harrison, DVM, owner of Willowdale Farm, has been elected president. A practicing veterinarian for more than 35 years, he is a horse breeder and owner as well.
David H. Wade, a resident of Chesapeake City, is the new vice president. The general manager of Northview Stallion Station as well as its Pennsylvania satellite location, Wade is also the manager of Sycamore Hall Farm and a Thoroughbred sales agent.
The new secretary/treasurer of the MHBA is Kent Allen Murray. The owner of Twin Oaks Farm, a horse boarding facility, Murray is a consultant and program manager for Murmur Farm.