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The Potomac Valley Dressage Association's Ride for Life is an annual weekend family event held in the Baltimore/Washington area to raise funds for breast cancer research and to improve the lives of those affected and their loved ones. Since its inception in 2004, the event has raised over $715,000 for the Johns Hopkins Breast Center. The event coincides with a licensed dressage show sponsored by The Potomac Valley Dressage Association (a 501c 3 non-profit organization).  To learn more about the PVDA Ride for Life, visit our website at

Congratulations to Karen Knott Siebert and Cash

The Potomac Valley Dressage Association Ride for Life is an annual licensed horse show held for the benefit of the Johns Hopkins Breast Center.  Proceeds from the event support quality of life research, patient retreats and breast surgery oncology fellowships.  The 2017 Ride for Life was held on June 24 and 25 at Maryland's Prince George's Equestrian Center.  Bob Taylor Engineering, Inc. was a proud sponsor of rider Karen Knott Siebert of Valley Lee and her equine partner Cash. Together, Karen and Cash raised over $23,000 for this year's ride.    Since 2014, they have raised over $55,000 for the Johns Hopkins Breast Center. 

Karen Knott Siebert aboard Cash at the PVDA Ride for Life--their first comeback ride since Cash's surgery in 2016.

Karen and Cash put up 2 second level scores toward a Bronze Medal in the 2017 PVDA Ride for Life.

Karen and Cash earned the 2017 Ride for Life High Pledge Award Overall raising over $23,000 from friends, family, and corporate sponsors.  They also received the Ride for Life High Corporate Pledge Award.

Since the Ride for Life, Karen and Cash have competed in another show winning top honors in 3 out of 5 categories.  They will compete again as a team in August 2017.