Southern Pines is the epitome of a southern town full of history and charm. The diversity ranges from golf to horses, all encompassing the pristine downtown village. As a bedroom community for military families stationed at Ft. Bragg and Pope Air Field, there are exciting events and amenities for all to enjoy! Holiday parades, seasonal festivals, and live entertainment are just a few examples. Locals love to shop the casually upscale boutiques and end the day dining at one of the many fine restaurants in this downtown treasure. If you are looking for that “hidden gem” to plant your roots, raise a family, or enjoy your retirement, Southern Pines is the place for you!
If you are an equine enthusiast, then life doesn’t get any better when you own a horse farm in the area. When you purchase in the area you not only have access to the Walthour-Moss Foundation, you are living in a community of like-minded individuals who share your enthusiasm for horses. The Foundation is a beautiful nature sanctuary located approximately one mile east of Southern Pines. It consists of over 4,000 acres, virtually unspoiled by development and has lovely year-round weather. You’ll find few days in the Sandhills when you cannot ride. http://www.walthour-moss.org/ See Walthour-Moss Arial Map.
The Sandhills In addition to the extensive preserve provided by the WMF foundation, the Sandhills offers a number of benefits to equestrians. For example, you’ll find some of the best trainers in the world. They cover every type of discipline, including dressage, hunter/jumper, event training and carriage driving. The trainers either live in the area or come to train from all over the world. Several trainers in the Sandhills have Olympic experience.
The Sandhills offers some of the most advanced veterinarian technology available. The Foundation is close to the following: Equine Research Center, which is a branch of the NCSU Veterinarian College, the College itself is only an hour away, and boasts world class facilities for horse care. Equine Health Center at Southern Pines (EHC-SP), a satellite facility of NC State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Hassinger Equine Sports Medicine, Imaging and Rehabilitation Clinic.
The Sandhills has a vibrant equestrian community with numerous horse shows and social events. You’ll also find an abundance of tack shops and feed stores.
An equestrian “field of dreams”, the Carolina Horse Park Foundation (CHP) is a 250-acre nationally recognized, premiere equine competition venue located in Hoke County, NC. Founded in 1998 as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization by equestrian enthusiasts, the Park is dedicated to the preservation of open space for equestrian and recreational purposes. Today, CHP is the only equestrian facility in the mid-Atlantic region with multi-disciplined capabilities suitable for championship level equine competitions. In addition, it is now home to a variety of non-equestrian activities including dog shows, cross country runs, county festivals, boy-scout meets and more.
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