Classified Ads
Post A Classified Ad

Ads may be published by current MDA members.

Please contact Jean Bosley to post an ad.

All ads and payment must be received prior the 20th of the month for the following month’s issue of the Newsline. The Newsline is sent by email blitz. It is also posted on the MDA web site.
The newsletter is done entirely in black and white. Classified ads for the website can be submitted at any time. 

Classified ads (print, Newsline, and on the website):
There is a maximum of 40 words. Cost: Free for members, $15 for non-members.  The ad will be on the web site for 2 months and run in 2 issues of the newsletter.

Display ads (for print and the Newsline only):
The newsletter is 8.5” across and 11” down.
Full page: $40 per issue. Allow a ½” margin on all sides.
Half page: $20 per issue. The ad should be designed to run horizontally ( 7.5” across and 5” down)
Quarter page: $10 per issue. The ad should be designed vertically (3.75” across and 5”down)
There is a 20% discount for full, half or quarter page ads which will run for 12 consecutive issues
Business card: $60 for 12 issues. There is no discount on business cards

Guidelines for Ads:
  • Ads may be sent in Word, pdf or jpeg.
  • Word works best for ads which are less than a full page as they need to be combined with other items on a page.
  • White text on a black or gray background does not reproduce well.  When possible, try to use black text on a white background.
  • Photos used for printed materials or the Newsline must be black and white.

Boarding | Horses and Ponies | Miscellaneous | Tack and Equipment | Instructors


Ad Date Contact Name Phone Email Cost Location
09/15/2016 Linda Adkins 301-401-9860 See website Laytonsville, MD

The Stables of Rolling Ridge – Premier dressage facility in Montgomery County featuring 22 stalls, indoor and outdoor dressage arenas, viewing rooms, laundry facilities, automatic fly system and more. 45 minutes outside of Washington D.C.   Visit website at or visit us on Facebook.


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Horses and Ponies

Ad Date Contact Name Phone Email Cost Location
08/15/2016 Mary Sue McCarthy 410-259-4165 $8,500 Mt. Airy, MD

Tower, 16h handsome, lovely Andalusian cross, grey, 12 yrs, schooling Tr level. Perfect manners, loads, bathes, stands. Great for confident dressage and trail rider. Good husband horse also. Exp. showing Tr level. In Mt Airy. Lives outside. Barefoot. 410-259-4165. Photos on website. Video avail.


Ad Date Contact Name Phone Email Cost Location
04/10/2016 Ginny Class 443-299-7623 Call Monkton

One pony, one horse for lease at Fair Play Farm. Both trained for dressage and jumping. Novice rider friendly. Available for shows and clinics. Ginny Class 443/299-7623.


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Ad Date Contact Name Phone Email Cost Location
11/23/2016 Ruth Frey 410-566-0058 N/A

BARN CATS: 25 fixed and friendly barn cats are in need of new employment before the end of 2017 due to the death of their owner and subsequent sale of their farm. If you can give some a new home, please contact their “agent” Ruth Frey at or 410-566-0058.



Ad Date Contact Name Phone Email Cost Location
09/02/2016 Maggie Moyer 717-968-6574 contact for rates New Freedom, PA

Maggie Moyer RN, M.Ac, L.Ac I am now up and running...Come see me for Acupuncture. Relieve those old aches and pains, digestion upsets, stress, anxiety, pre-show jitters, headaches, lack of energy, mood swings. It is all a matter of moving the Qi where it needs to go. Acupunture has relieved my chronic sinus congestion, relieved the annoying back and hip pains that come with those old horse related injuries. Your horse is important but it starts with you. If your Qi is flowing well so will your horse's Qi! Call, text or email me for your appointment!


Ad Date Contact Name Phone Email Cost Location
11/02/2012 Sally Hoedebecke 410-688-5312 Call Street, MD

Want to improve your diet, body organization and fitness level so that you can ride better? Do you find yourself tensing parts of your body when you ride? Do you find going in one direction easier than the other when you ride? Do you have difficulty sitting the trot? Serenity Hill Farm Owner, Sally Hoedebecke, is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner and a Registered Dietitian. She offers individual sessions to help you improve these areas and meet your goals


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Tack and Equipment




Maryland Dressage Association does not attempt in any way to endorse instructors and/or trainers. MDA merely lists the names of those instructors and/or trainers who have requested that we list their names. MDA does encourage you, the consumer, to always seek references from many sources and to shop wisely.


Ad Date Contact Name Phone Email Cost Location
2013 J.M. Littleton 410-828-1198

Littleton Equestrian offers Instruction, Training, and Judging Schooling Shows in dressage. J. M. and her students consistently win and score in the 70's. J. M. has trained with Marcia Carabell for well over a decade. Marcia is a former Olympic and World Champion competitor and was a working student for Jane Savoy and Robert Dover. Marcia offered J. M. an Assistant Trainer position at her Olympic Training facility in Rochelle, Virginia. Benefit from this high level of training at affordable rates. Beginners encouraged, Schoolmaster and stalls available. Let us develop a winning training program for you!


Ad Date Contact Name Phone Email Cost Location
2015 Sarah Duclos 410-971-4200 New Freedom, PA

Sarah Duclos - New Freedom Riding Academy - L Graduate - Adult beginners through 3rd/4th level

Years of experience, 24 years of teaching riding.  Fourteen years teaching High School and Middle School so I know the value of a well thought out lesson plan and have lots of experience with how to teach to different learning styles for both the horse and rider. Currently bringing my second Arab cross from unbroke to the FEI levels. Haul-ins welcome.  Full size outdoor arena with mirrors.  Will travel to teach clinics within an hour travel of my farm.

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