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The Lonesome Glory Award will be the centerpiece presentation at the annual Awards Dinner and Dance at the Maryland Club on Thursday, Jan. 18. (Don Clippinger photo)

Make your reservations now for the annual Steeplechase Awards Dinner and Dance, sponsored by the National Steeplechase Association and the Steeplechase Owners and Trainers Association, on Thursday, Jan. 18 at the Maryland Club in Baltimore.
The gala event will honor the champions of 2017, and the principal prize, the Lonesome Glory Award, will be presented to Grand National (Gr. 1) winner Mr. Hot Stuff as the year’s top earner.
Cocktails will be served at 6:30 p.m. at the Maryland Club, located at 1 East Eager St., and the awards dinner will kick off at 7:30 p.m. Live music will be provided by The Release.
The Awards Dinner and Dance will cap a full day of steeplechase activity at the Maryland Club. The NSA’s Race Chairmen’s meeting will begin at 10 a.m. that day. The NSA Board of Directors will meet the following morning at the Maryland Club.
Tickets for the Awards Dinner and Dance are $150 per person, and reservations must be made by Monday, Jan. 8. To make reservations and for further information, please contact NSA Racing Operations Coordinator Courtney Reid at courtneyreid@nationalsteeplechase.com.

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