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Meet the Morgan at Pineland Equestrian Center



The Maine Morgan Horse Club is hosting its second annual Meet the Morgan event at Pineland Equestrian Center in New Gloucester, Maine on Saturday, April 6, 2019 from 1-3 pm. This is an opportunity for budding horse enthusiasts or anyone who wants to re-engage with horses to ride a Morgan horse for FREE at the esteemed Pineland Equestrian Center!

This event is geared toward children and adults who have not been up-close and personal with or wish to be reacquainted with horses. Door prizes will be given to the first 50 attendees. Nationally recognized professional horsemen and women will guide the riders in a safe environment with horses that will capture their hearts. Participants will enjoy seeing foals and mature Morgans, as well as the opportunity to ride a Morgan horse.

The Meet the Morgan event is free to all participants. Free parking is available at Pineland Equestrian Center. Because horses will be directly involved, there will be restrictions on who can ride the horses due to physical or mental attributes of each person. The restrictions will be determined by the professionals who are handling the horses and the specific ability of the horses involved.

The Maine Morgan Horse Club (MMHC) is over 70 years old and has over 100 individual and family members. The MMHC encourages involvement of all Morgan disciplines and hosts many events thorough the year. Visit the MMHC website or Maine Morgan Horse Club on Facebook for more information.

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