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Lecture at the Morris Center

MORRIS CENTER FOR LOWCOUNTRY HERITAGE LECTURE

This was our second year in a row to be invited by the Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage in Ridgeland, SC to present a Marsh Tacky lecture to the public. Erica, founding director of the Daufuskie Marsh Tacky Society provided the power point presentation and lecture. Daniel Lowther is the grandson to Mr. DP Lowther of Ridgeland, SC and the single largest owner of the Marsh Tacky breed in the world with over 100 horses at the height of his involvement. Daniel brought a beautiful blue roan stallion for the public to view and he seemed to enjoy the attention very much. We are proud to have had a part in this lecture, held in the Marsh Tacky “capital” along side the family who is credited to so much of the breed’s conservation. The lecture was completely sold out in advance.

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