Facts About Our Local          Horse Community
         Highest per capita horse ownership in North Carolina
          (08 NC Eq   Study)

          Historic Horse Community

          Birthplace of the US Olympic Equestrian Team (1956)

          Host of first National Equine Economic  Summit (2007)

       .Our Equestrian Community Can Boast:

           1       Annual Steeplechase
           1      Local equestrian weekly e-newsletter
           1      Surgical Equine Facility
           1      Equestrian Community Mascot
           1      Community College Eq Management Program
           1      Therapeutic Riding Program (TROT)       
           2      Horse Rental/Trail Ride  Businesses
           3      Competition Venues, 2 local/regional, 1 international 
           2      Pony Clubs
           3      Equine Welfare Programs
           3      Horse tack/equipment stores
           3      Equine Retirement facilities
           4      Horse Feed Businesses
           5      Children's Summer Horse Camp Riding Programs
           5      Horse Trailer Dealerships
           6      Local Horse Trials
           7      Carriage Shows per year
           8      Equestrian Residential Development/Neighborhoods
           9      Equine Rehabilitation Services
         10      Therapeutic Equine Massage Services
         11      Equine Veterinarians
         14      Farm Sitting Services
         16      Equine-based Clubs and Organizations
         17      Breeding farms
          52     Boarding facilities
          60     Scheduled horse shows
          64     Annual Steeplechases
        107     Lesson Programs
        171     Equestrian Events Scheduled for 2014
         6,154  Total equine in Polk County (2008)
          

Madelon Wallace 
864-316-3484
"Specializing in Equestrian, Conservation, Acreage 
& Estate Properties"
Walker, Wallace & Emerson Realty 
400 E. Rutherford St. | Landrum, SC
www.CarolinaHorseFarmsandMore.com