Amazing Grace Equestrian Center
Formerly ‘Imperial Egyptian Stud’ farm, this world famous horse farm includes 77+ magnificent acres in the heart of north Baltimore County. Unparalleled equestrian facilities, presentation/training center, enclosed training arenas, oversized stalls, 16 board-fenced rolling paddocks/pastures and run-in sheds, attached indoor ring, outdoor ring, trails, and hydrotherapy/conditioning center.
Our goal is to educate and care for our clients and their horses through knowledge, integrity and compassion. We hold ourselves to the highest standards in order to provide excellent service.
Sandy Weinreich | Manager
Sandy brings over 33 years of industry related experience to Amazing Grace. Sandy is a Certified Trainer through the United States Hunter Jumper Association. As an AQHA Professional Horseman, trainer, and clinician Sandy has been training and judging for 23 years. In addition to her Specialized AQHA judging card she holds judging cards with five different breed organizations, judging shows all across the United States. Sandy was the Head Coach for the Towson University Equestrian Team (IHSA) from 2014 – 2019. She was honored with the Region 1 Coach of the Year award in 2015. Under her supervision, they had achieved school records, had been 2 time Reserve Champion High Point team and qualified numerous times for Regionals and Zones. The Amazing Grace show team made a mark on the show circuit by producing consistent winners and showing pronounced sportsmanship. Sandy enjoys coaching winners, as well as introducing new comers to the sport. She has served on the Board of Directors (MSQHA), editor for MSQHA and served on the Region Five Team and as a Ring Steward. Sandy was a two time guest speaker at the Region Five Youth Conference and the regional horse event. Sandy also holds a certification in Horse Nutrition through The University of Edinburgh.
In her early twenties Sandy rode as a member of the elite Catoctin Mountain Mounted Patrol Unit. She has shown in multiple disciplines, first as a youth and amateur before going pro. Her experience and success led to her first farm management opportunity in 1991, when she successfully managed the multi-million dollar complex – Seven Oaks in Monkton, MD. Later, Sandy would be employed by Baltimore County to work at Cromwell Valley Park (an educational working farm). Sandy has spent the last 33 years building a reputation in the equine community and is committed to Amazing Grace. Thanks to her continued commitment, Amazing Grace has turned into a flourishing, award winning barn. Amazing Grace was honored to be the first “Horse Discovery Center” in Baltimore County for the Maryland Horse Industry Board. As such, have hosted and participated in state wide events.
In 2019, Amazing Grace opened its Rehabilitation and Conditioning doors to the public. Cold Saltwater Therapy, Warm Saltwater Therapy, Aqua Treadmill and other modalities are offered to help your horse achieve its best.
Whether you are highly competitive, or just enjoy being around horses, Sandy would love the opportunity to meet you. Being a part of the Amazing Grace family is an honor and a privilege.