MHF Announces Maryland Thoroughbred Career Program Participants


A group ranging from high school juniors to college graduates make up the participants for the seventh edition of the Maryland Thoroughbred Career program, the Maryland Horse Foundation announced Tuesday.

This year's participants are: Kate Benjamin (Westminster, MD); Daria Bogdanov (Baltimore, MD); Emily Cross (Westminster, MD); Keely Flynn (Harwood, MD); and Claire Superczynski (Sykesville, MD).

“Every year, with the Maryland Thoroughbred Career Program, we look forward to introducing our industry to a new group of young people”, says Cricket Goodall, executive director of the Maryland Horse Foundation. “We always learn from them about their interest in and experiences with horses, and their hopes for a continued connection in the future.”

Graduates of the MTCP are eligible for Career Development Funds, a one-time scholarship to support their post-MTCP career pursuits.

To follow the 2024 Maryland Thoroughbred Career Program participants June 3-7 on the Maryland Horse Foundation's Facebook page.

For more information, click here. Applicants may also contact Cricket Goodall via email [email protected] or by phone 410-252-2100 ext. 111.

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