The Maryland Steeplechase Association
The 2022 Maryland Governor’s Cup Series Winners
The Maryland Governor’s Cup Horse of the Year (Open Timber Champion):
Vintage Vinnie (Ire)
Maryland Novice Timber Champion:
NEW! The $2,000 ITM Maryland Irish Thoroughbred Horse of the Year
Vintage Vinnie (Ire)
Amateur Apprentice Timber Horse & Rider Champion:
Include It & Elizabeth Scully
Heavyweight Timber Champion:
Leading Trainer Award:
The H. Brooks Durkee Memorial Perpetual Trophy for Leading Timber Rider Award:
Thomas H. Voss Memorial Perpetual Trophy for the leading Amateur Rider:
Overall Leading Rider:
Voss Amateur Flat Race Series:
The Leading Lady Rider:
The H. Turney McKnight Perpetual Trophy for Leading Owner:
The Austin Michael Ciba Tamberino Leading Junior Rider Award
Leading Junior Small Pony Rider:
Leading Junior Medium Pony Rider:
Leading Junior Large Pony Rider:
Leading Junior Horse Rider:
The $500 MHBA Leading Maryland-Bred Horse:
The $500 Md-Million Sired Horse:
The winners of the following discretionary awards will be announced at the banquet: the Jonathan Kiser Memorial Scholarship and the Junior Foxchasing Scholarships.
The awards will be presented Thursday, June 16, 2022 at the Annual Maryland Steeplechase Association Awards Reception; click here for details and to purchase tickets.
The evening will feature a Sam Robinson Art Show; beneficiaries include the MSA’s Kiser Fund, the Equine Rescue Ambulance, and the Maryland Horse Library & Education Center. Read about the show and see the artwork that will be available to purchase here.
The 2022 Maryland Governor’s Cup Series is presented by Mid Atlantic Farm Credit and is sponsored by the Maryland Horse Breeders Association, the Maryland Million, the Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred and Irish Thoroughbred Marketing.
The Maryland Steeplechase Association, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation organized for the purpose of promoting and developing amateur equestrian athletic sports competition through the Governor’s Cup Series, for fostering traditional relationships between fox chasing and steeplechasing, and for the development, administration, and support of educational programs and clinics at all levels of amateur equestrian competition. MSA accomplishes these goals by providing awards and incentives for amateur athletes and by creating and awarding various youth scholarships for the development of future sportsmen. Contributions are tax deductible to the extend allowed by law.