There was no better way to spend Earth Day than clearing the NEW equestrian day parking field plus primitive equestrian camping expansion area. Triple B and Florida Sport Horse Club members teamed up to spend the morning picking up dead wood, chain-sawing fallen trees, and forging our way through enormous tangles of Caesar weed. We have SO many people to thank–all the club members who came out bright and early; Gene Naasko for initiating the work day; Karen Turbeville for coordinating the event; Jerry Von Ehr for mowing the entire area; Jim Watkins for bringing his tractor and front end loader to move the bigger tree sections; Mike Charron and the Turbevilles for use of their trailers; Richard Wilder for bringing 3 of his students to help; Sammie Turbeville for grilling the chicken for our lunch…the list goes on and on. More pictures will be posted on the Florida Sport Horse Club’s Facebook page soon.
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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