Experience the most quintessentially Lowcountry trail riding pursuit available – upon a Marsh Tacky on the beaches of Daufuskie Island. Private, guided rides are tailored to you, ensuring an adventure that is worthy of being on every equestrian’s bucket list.
Our mission is to save the critically endangered Marsh Tacky in their native Lowcountry habitat through educational, equine oriented programs that benefit the public. Join us and become a member of the Society today!
The Marsh Tacky was designated our SC State Heritage Horse because of their generous contributions to development, agricultural, transportation and wartime efforts throughout history. Today, the Marsh Tacky is a critically endangered species and one of the rarest horse breeds in the world. Visit us to experience living history.
Marsh Tackies thrived independently on Daufuskie for hundreds of years until they were removed in the 80’s due to resort and golf course development. We brought them back “home” in 2015. We are the only nonprofit that exists exclusively to benefit the South Carolina State Heritage in its historically native habitat.
We are so fortunate to be featured in this news story which aired on February 13, 2018! Sincere thanks to WTOC, David Klugh and the crew who spent an entire day with us and worked behind the scenes to bring this story to our...read More
As the only charitable organization out there which is maintaining Marsh Tackies in their native habitat, plus has has a welcome policy to the general public for viewing the horses, fulfilling...
I am the proud mother of the first Marsh Tacky foal to be born on Daufuskie in decades.
"Mama" is a 2007 grulla mare and mother to the second foal born on Daufuskie in decades.
My name is Mateo, which translates to Matthew and means "Gift from God" in Spanish.
Meet Flaca, our 4 year old grulla mare who joined us in May 2016.
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