2019 Horse Show Circuit Awards Banquet set for Saturday, 28 March 2020

Accokeek VFD Banquet Hall

Watch this website or our FB page for more Banquet info!

We are working on our budget and final selections for award items.

Plan will be to MAIL each CM Banquet Award Selection Form but our website Admin will be creating an on-line form just like we have used with previous

Banquets. You can mail or email or complete the online award selection form – 3 ways to get us your award info. No excuses to be LATE or not respond!

2019 Final, Audited Points ARE POSTED!

Accokeek VFD Banquet Hall

Please review these points for accuracy as well as PLEASE CHECK SPELLING of your name & horse’s name.  These points will be used to order CHAMPION and RES CHAMPION Awards.  If you have any questions or you see where corrections are needed – send Thomas Hancock an email.

2020 Horse Show Dates

April 26 - May 24 - June 28 - September 6 - October 4

All shows held on Sunday’s at Oak Ridge Park, Hughesville, MD 20636

Please check out our Horse Show Page for some Important information on our Horse Shows.

In Memory of an Amazing Cowboy

Gilbert A. Boyden

JUNE 25, 1934 ~ FEBRUARY 4, 2019 (AGE 84)

Gilbert was born in 1934 in Lebanon, OH to the late Ralph L. Boyden and the late Mollie M. (York) Boyden.

He is preceded in death by his son, Brian L. Boyden.

He is survived by his children, Cynthia A. Coffey, Alan Boyden, Lance Boyden and Wendy Jean Boyden; his grandchildren, Jamie Link, Clyde Coffey, Olivia Hill and Billy Hill; and four great-grandchildren.  He is also survived by his siblings, Charles C. Boyden, Sherry Wright and Randy L. Boyden.

Gilbert and his family moved to Charles County when he was a child and he attended LaPlata High School.  He served in the Korean War for two years and also as an Army Reservist for eight years.  He has been called the “Charles County’s Cowboy”, as he was an avid horseman his entire life.  He was a farrier, horse breeder, showed and trained Quarter horses and managed a horse operation in Faulkner, MD.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Gilbert’s memory to Mounted Wanderers 4-H Club at 3011 Fraser Rd., Bryans Rd., MD 20616.

Gilbert Allen Boyden, 84, of Bel Alton, MD passed away on

February 4, 2019 at Washington Hospital Center in Washington, DC.

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