Club members had a chilly 8.5 mile ride at Marshall Hampton this morning. The new trail is officially open, adding an extra 5 miles to the ride. We have the new map posted on our Maps page. We have been told that horse people must not ride over the bridge linking Lake Hancock with the smaller lake on the east, although there was no sign stating that today. There were LOTS of walkers, many with dogs and children; our horses served as ambassadors by presenting soft noses to pet to a couple of young ladies who were begging their parents for their own horses as we rode away. Any day on a horse is a good day!
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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. View all posts by floridasporthorseclub