2012 Marsh Tacky Races on Hilton Head

2012 Marsh Tacky Horse Race at Coligny was another perfect collimation of Low Country ideal beach weather and sharing in pride of our State Heritage Horse. Our office shared a tent on the ocean side with friends and family – proud to be sponsoring “Southern Breeze”, seen in a photo here and ridden by Wyle Bell who rode Breeze to win the Mare’s Race Heat and then win overall in the mares category.
 
A custom “Southern Breeze” cocktail was enjoyed by many and the pony atop the “marsh foam” cupcake was another tasty treat, shared by Davis and Ellis Rose.
 
 
Rider Erin Hogan was caught hugging her best friend Beebop. Erin and Beebop raced in the Mare’s Category and they get our vote for “Best Dressed” rider and horse. Many “tacky” hats were spotted, none worn as fashionably as those in the beach foursome of Paige, Dana, Heather, and our hostess, Leslie.

Not to be forgotten is last year’s overall winner Molly with her owner Janson Cox both acting as ambassadors of the proud equine breed. I’ve loved Molly for the past 3 years so happily gave her another embrace while introducing her to office friend/associate, Paige Rose.
Blog Written by Marguerite Carver, GRI, CRS

The Richardson Group has been selling Hilton Head real estate and Bluffton Real Estate since 1956. Currently, our agents share 150 years of local residency, along with a deep commitment to the people and places that make the area unique. We have two different locations, one in Hilton Head and the other in Bluffton. We specialize in helping you find homes for sale in Hilton Head.

Pictured below are rider Erin Hogan and  “Beebop”
and the group just before the race started.

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