The parking area was surprisingly wet considering how little rain we’ve had lately, but the trails we rode were reasonably dry and the temperature just about perfect. We even had a herd of 5 deer pop out of the woods, and hang around to stare at us for a while.
The next time you ride at the Hampton Tract, you may want to make a comment about the parking area when you sign in–if enough of us comment about the wet muck and the hazards of parking, SWFWMD may actually fix it.
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The Florida Sport Horse Club is dedicated to trail riding and the preservation of the many riding areas in central Florida. We ride every weekend and have many barbecues and campouts throughout year. We're family oriented and open to all breeds of horses. We are based primarily in Polk County, but have members from all over the state. We have been incorporated as a non-profit organization since 1988.
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