We are beyond thrilled to announce that we just closed on 7 acres next to the 2 acres with the Simmons House on Old Haig Point Rd. Finally, we have a permanent home for our organization and our horses. The 9 acre property will collectively be named “Selmont Hall” thanks to major contributions by the Selmont Family. We also must thank Wick Scurry and Team Freeport for everything over the last 5 years. We began a 5 year agricultural land lease agreement with Mr. Scurry in 2015 and could not have gotten on the map or where we are today without his generosity.
We were invited as guests to attend a quail hunt on horseback at Laurel Springs Plantation near our 40 acre conservation easement property in Dale, SC. It was the first time in a long time where we just showed up and our horses were tacked up for us. It was a gorgeous day and we had plenty of action. Thank you to the landowners for your hospitality, we enjoyed absolutely everything. Thanks to Roger Pinckney for the loaned 12 gauge!