Allen K. Shreve, Jr., (Ken) is current joint Master of the Loudoun Hunt and has been riding from an early age. Ken successfully trained and raced Thoroughbreds on the flat tracks and in steeplechase meets, with either Ken or his sister, Laura Lee Newman riding many of their winners. Ken is also an experienced show ring rider and has competed at the Upperville Horse Show and the Washington International Horse Show.
Allen K. Shreve, III, (Kenny) grew up riding horses, showing in the A circuit and participating in Loudoun County 4H. In the winter Kenny spent time in Florida riding & showing hunter jumper and equitation. Currently, Kenny is an Amature Whip with the Loudoun Hunt. He has ridden and won numerous Steeplechase and Point to Point races. Kenny won the 2012 Virginia Point to Point Assosication Owner-Rider Timber Series on his wonderful horse Cool Fellow. Kenny enjoys breaking and training young horses. He treasures the time he gets to spend teaching children and adults horseback riding and showing.
Maintree Farm owners are active members in American Horse Shows Association (AHSA), Virginia Horse Shows Association (VHSA), Pennsylvania Horse Shows Association (PHSA), Maryland Horse Shows Association (MHSA), Masters of Foxhounds Association (MFHA) Allen K. Shreve, Jr. being a Master for The Loudoun Hunt, National Steeplechase Association (NSA), Virginia Steeplechase Association (VSA), and the Virginia Point to Point Association (VPPA).
Along with numerous environmental and land conservation groups, Maintree Farm staunchly supports land preservation easments in Virginia and are involved with many non-profits such as Special Olympics and various horse rescue non-profit organizations.
Maintree Farm is located in the territory of the Loudoun Hunt, and many of Maintree's riders enjoy regular foxhunting outings with the Loudoun Pack and the other Hunts in the area, including the Fairfax, Middleburg, Piedmont, Warrenton, Casanova, Bull Run, Rappahannock and Blue Ridge hunts. During the Spring point-to-point racing season, Maintree riders participate in the Hunter Pace pairs races fielding teams in the Fast, Optimum, and Junior divisions and have consistently collected wins in each division.
We are just a short driving distance to Morvan Park Equestrian Center in Leesburg, VA.
Maintree riders are also active members of the Virginia Horse Shows Association (VHSA), and the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF), and compete regularly in hunter and show jumping classes in a variety of horse shows at such venues as Morven Park International Equestrian Center in Leesburg, Glenwood Park in Middleburg, Upperville, Elmington, Sandstone, Frying Pan Farm Park, the Virginia Horse Center in Lexington and many local shows.
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