The Marsh Tacky is our SC State Heritage Horse thanks to 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.
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 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
You can show your support no matter where you are when you join the Society. When you become a member, your annual contribution will go assist with the ongoing overhead costs for providing the best care for our critically endangered SC State Heritage horses, you’ll impact our capacity to make equine assisted programming accessible to the underserved, plus you’ll get special discounts and invitations. Learn more about our membership levels including a description of those member benefits:
Meet Flaca, our 4 year old grulla mare who joined us in May 2016.
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.
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