Excerpt: “Sean McQuillan started riding at age 12 in Maryland. Now, 27 years later, he has a stable full of horses in Upperville and is aiming toward major international competition as a Three Day Event rider…Under a program approved by the United States Equestrian Federation, he formed a syndicate. With prices for such horses reaching anywhere from $100,000 to $800,000, it’s a way to grow the sport. Tim Burch, who lives in Fauquier County, was intrigued by that approach…BOWA, with offices in Middleburg, is now a shareholder in Casalino….’Sean told his story and it was his story and dedication to the sport that caught my ear,’ he said. ‘It mirrors what we see and do as well…BOWA has built many homes, barns and arenas in this area. It was an easy decision…'”
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