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Horsey Heritage

San Marcos equestrians engage non-horsey neighbors in annual Horse Heritage event

- November 1st, 2017 - Show & Event News
Introducing non-horsey neighbors to their local equestrian life is one of the aims of San Marcos equestrians at the Horse Heritage Festival Oct. 15 at Walnut Grove Park put on by the Twin Oaks Valley Equestrian Association.

Introducing non-horsey neighbors to their local equestrian life is one of the aims of San Marcos equestrians at the Horse Heritage Festival Oct. 15 at Walnut Grove Park put on by the Twin Oaks Valley Equestrian Association.

Horsetrader photo / Carolyn Read

SAN MARCOS — Wanut Grove Equestrian Center came to life Oct. 15 when the Twin Oaks Valley Equestrian Association staged its annual Horse Heritage Festival. Each fall, the event gives horse people in the region a chance to share their passion and lifestyle with neighbors. Getting residents acquainted with both horses and their diverse activities and disciplines is an important component to keeping an equestrian component in communities. Activities included demonstrations, vendors representing a range of products and services, a chance for anyone to get in the saddle, as well as a fund-raiser for the Equestrian Park called the Ride & Stride, a three-mile ride or walk along the City of San Marcos trail system.

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