NEW DATE! Sunday, October 15 – Dry Seneca Trail Ride

TIME: Arrive no later than 9:30 a.m. Ride leaves at 10:00

LOCATION: Leaves from the farm of Dr. Steven and Jennifer Nagle, 15225 Partnership Rd., Poolesville, MD IMPORTANT NOTE: DO NOT use the main gate (stone) entrance. Enter via the barn entrance/gravel drive just north of there at the end of the black fencing (if you're coming off Sugarland Rd.).

COST: The event is free, though a tax-deductible donation of $25 is recommended.

RSVP: Email Naomi Manders no later than Thursday, October 12. Please include a cell phone number where you can be reached the day of the event.

An approved helmet, proof of negative Coggins, and signed release form are required. Click here to download the release.

Click here to see map of Dry Seneca Trail.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Who We Are

EPIC is a non-profit organization created to preserve the equestrian heritage and rural character of Montgomery County, Maryland by conserving and protecting our natural resources. EPIC supporters and affiliates include equestrians, businesses and service providers serving equestrians, and individuals who care about horses, farming, and conservation of trails and open space in Montgomery County.

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What We Do

EPIC is one voice unifying the equestrian community and joining with farmers, conservation and outdoor groups. There exists a powerful connection and interdependency between horses on the one hand, and the survival of Montgomery County Agriculture and farmland on the other. According to the County Department of Economic Development, there are 233 horse farms and 192 farms producing hay out of a total of 577 farms in the County.

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Your support of EPIC helps insure the continuation of our work, which in turn increases opportunities for trail riding, land for horse facilities and open space generally. It also insures that the equestrian community is represented before all policy makers that impact equestrian life in Montgomery County. Find out more >