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Hands & Hearts for Horse Trail Ride

April 10 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm


Join us at Pebble Hill Plantation

Hands & Hearts for Horses will be sponsoring a trail ride at beautiful Pebble Hill Plantation on April 10, 2016, beginning at 10:00 A.M. The trail winds through some of the most scenic areas of Pebble Hill not usually open to the public. Bring your horses (all sizes and shapes-including drafts), wagons, carts, ponies,and mules and enjoy a glorious spring day among the pineywoods of Pebble Hill and benefit the Hands & Hearts program - all proceeds go to Hands & Hearts for Horses organization.

Trail Ride Registration fee = $20/adults and $5/child

Pebble HIll will also be pulling a wagon for those individuals who want to participate but don’t have an equine or wagon. The space is very limited, so registration is required. If you want to ride the PHP wagon, contact Brenda Singletary bsingletary@pebblehill.com or 229-226-2344. The fee for this ride is $10/person.

Please Note:  proof of negative Coggins is mandatory for your equines. No exceptions.

To sign up for this event, please download a registration form  complete, sign, and send in according to the instructions indicated on the form. We look forward to seeing you there.


Directions to Pebble Hill trail ride entrance:
Pebble Hill is located at 1251 US Highway 319 S approximately 8 miles south of Thomasville and 25 miles north of Tallahassee. If approaching from the north, the ride entrance gate, which has a sign that says Sugar Hill Barn, is about 1 mile south of Pebble Hill’s main entrance - turn in will be to the right. If approaching from the south, look for a sign on the right side of the highway that says Pebble Hill Entrance 1 mile. The Sugar Hill Barn sign will be on your left before you reach Pebble Hill’s main gate. There is a turnout from the highway that goes directly into the gate.

If you require any further information regarding this ride, please contact Lynn White, country31768@aol.com or call 229-456-9989.


April 10
10:00 am - 12:00 pm