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This group of interconnecting shady trails make for a wonderful horse ride. The outer perimeter is a 28-mile loop, but various connectors enable you to lengthen or shorten your ride as you desire.
|Event Name:||Carolina Derby CTR|
|Date:||04/27/2019 - 04/28/2019|
|Location:||Buncombe Horse Trail|
1. This event is being conducted in the Sumter National Forest and is authorized under a Special Use Permit. Different trails each day 2. Support and mentors available for 1st-time competitors. 3. FREE annual NATRC membership for new non-members. Learn more at www.natrc.org 4. Riders must be minimum 10 (ten) years old. Junior riders under 18 are REQUIRED to wear an approved equestrian helmet.
- Land manager is Sumter National Forest
- Fee area
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