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C & C Farm Trail Ride in Louisburg NC

This time last year Erica gave me a wonderful Mother's Day/Birthday Gift.  She knows I love horses and so she purchased a 2 hour private ride at C & C Farm in Louisburg NC.  Here is what they say on their site...

"C&C Farm offers a relaxed, family oriented environment for equine enthusiasts.  We offer riding lessons, trail rides and pasture boarding on our 65 beautiful acres."

 Beautiful horses....

 Erica getting ready for the ride...
 Our guides.  They were great.  Very nice people.  We were in good hands...
 I like this quote from the site...
"Most of our horses have been raised on the farm since they were born so we have a very close relationship with all of them and their unique personalities"
Alive, well, and smiling after a wonderful ride:-)





 You will never meet a kinder lady then the one in the photo below.  There is no doubt that she loves her horses and all the critters on their farm.  It was a joy to meet her.


































Beautiful farm.  We rode through fields and wooded trails.  It was lovely. 
If you like to ride I suggest you drive out to C&C Farms.  You will love it. 
See the link to their website at the top of the page so you can get more info and call for reservations.
Get out and try something new.
I suggest you go on a trail ride!
KathieyV:-)
By the way...while on their site I found Erica and I with our guides.

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