Waredaca Events

Waredaca Events

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Laytonsville, MD / Waredaca is a family owned and operated, full service eventing facility located in the heart of Area II, Laytonsville, MD.
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Lucinda Fredericks & daughter Ellie

Farewell to Headley Britannia: H&H celebrates her life in pictures - Horse & Hound

Headley Britannia Rolex Kentucky 2009

Farewell to Headley Britannia: H&H celebrates her life in pictures - Horse & Hound

RICHARD MEADE & The Poacher, winners of Badminton 1970

Eventing world gathers to send off Richard Meade ‘at a strong gallop’ - Horse & Hound

Big Buck winning the World Hurdle at Cheltenham Festival 2012

Big Buck's, the four-time winner of the World Hurdle at Cheltenham, has retired from racing to the hunting field

Francis Whittington & Sir Percival III: Aachen Nations Cup

One of the best cross-country horses of the past decade has been retired from eventing

Milton and John Whitaker: Courtesy of Horse & Hound

'Marius Silver Jubilee', better known as 'Milton' February 1977 – 4 July was a successful showjumping horse ridden by John Whitaker. became the first horse outside the racing world to win more than million in prize money.

It's a Zonkey!!

It’s a zonkey! Zebra and donkey hybrid born in Italy Ippo the zonkey was born on the Aglietti family farm in Florence, Italy. His mom is a donkey and his dad is a zebra.

Andrew Nicholson & Quimbo Aachen 2013

Andrew Nicholson at home: in pictures - Horse & Hound

Orb winning 2013 Kentucky Derby--Photo by Ryan Lasek

Orb winning 2013 Kentucky Derby--Photo by Ryan Lasek

Austin O'Connor (IRE) & Andrew Nicholson (NZL): Rolex Kentucky 3DE 2013

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Jan Byyny with Syd Kent & Inmidair: 1st Jog at Rolex Kentucky 3DE 2013

Jan Byyny with Syd Kent & Inmidair: Jog at Rolex Kentucky 2013 sporting her Vita Flex coolers.

Free Rein With: Ralph Hill | The Chronicle of the Horse. http://chronofhorse.com/subscribe

After suffering a near-fatal riding accident years ago—resulting in multiple bone fractures and a brain stem injury—four-star veteran eventer Ralph Hill is back in the irons.