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2022-2023 Equitation Teams Announcement

We are excited to announce our Equitation League teams for the upcoming 2022-2023 season!   2022-2023 Full Moon Farm Equitation Teams   NCSSEL “C” Team...

FMF in the News: Quarter Star 2022

Quarter Star 2022: Baltimore Sun Photo Gallery featuring photos by Brian Krista/Carroll County Times

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Opportunities for Boarders and Full-Lessees

FMF Equestrian Flyer 2022 Offered for Full Moon Farm Boarders & Full-Lessees: The opportunity to work with FMF Equestrian for lessons and training rides! Lessons...

News Article Highlight: Horsemanship Can’t Be Allowed to Die Out

‘Horsemanship Can’t Be Allowed to Die Out’: An Argument for The Barn Rat by Cheryl Witty-Castillo

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Holiday Reminders

Greetings all! A few notes/reminders as we approach the holidays: 1) Our Annual Holiday Party (with Potluck and Secret Santa Gift Exchange!) is this Saturday,...

September Recap

Fall is here… and new partnerships keep falling into place! Here’s what we’ve accomplished at FMF this month: We held our final FMF Open House of 2021...

August Recap

Fall is on its way… and new horses are falling into our laps! Here’s what we’ve accomplished at FMF this month: We held our fourth FMF...

July Recap

Entering the second half of 2021 with a bang! Here’s what we’ve accomplished at FMF this month: We held our third FMF Open House on July 3rd....

June Recap

2021 is halfway over, and we’ve been busy! Here’s what we’ve accomplished at FMF this month: Our brand-new boarder tack room is officially open! We’re...

May Recap

It’s been a busy year! Here’s what we’ve accomplished at FMF this month: We held our first Open House of 2021 on May 1st. Join...

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Please consult the signs on the property for the most up-to-date policies.
General details can be found below.

Everyone (regardless of vaccination status) MUST:

  • respect physical distancing
  • e-sign the FMF waiver prior to/upon arrival of their first visit to the farm

If you have tested positive for COVID (regardless of your symptom status), do not come to the farm.

Please consult the CDC for current best practices.