Fair Hill is a 5,613 acre Natural Resources Management Area, where multiple management practices are employed for the maximum use and protection of Maryland's natural resources. Attractions include the turf course, where steeplechase, timber course and flat races are held with pari-mutuel wagering. The fairgrounds host the annual Cecil County Fair where some 80,000 visitors attend the weeklong event. At one time one of the largest private land holdings in the East, Fair Hill was formerly owned by William duPont, Jr., an avid equestrian who acquired the farmland as a means to enjoying riding as well as fox chasing. Fair Hill was purchased by the state in 1975 from Mr. duPont's estate.

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Fair Hill International
Hosts national and international equestrian competitions. Includes overview of events, past winners, news, and merchandise.
Fair Hill Nature Center
Provides environmental education through unique outdoor and hands-on experiences with nature. Find a description of programs, brief history, and maps.
Fair Hill Scottish Games
Offers a description of events, vendors, and ticket information for this yearly festival.
FairWinds Stables, Inc.
Operates the Fair Hill Stables and Tailwinds Farm in Cecil County. Find information about riding lessons, trail rides, carriage rental, birthday parties, and the bed and breakfast.
National Steeplechase Association
Advances and regulates the sport of steeplechasing in the United States. Membership, rules of racing, conditions, race entries and results.
Rock Presbyterian Church
Shares worship times, contact details, staff listings and the pastor's weblog.
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