ESTABLISHED JULY 19, 1990
Lewisboro Horsemen’s Association, Inc.
the LHA maintains over 25 miles of riding trails adjoining the North Salem Bridle Trails Association to the north and running south through the Lewisboro Town Park to Ward Pound Ridge Preservation, joining up with the Bedford Riding Lanes Association trails.
The organization holds events throughout the year, including its Fall Country Pace, family barbecues in the summer, trail cleanup days, guided trails rides in the Reservation, educational seminars and its annual Holiday Party.
Proceeds from trail membership, supporting memberships, sponsorship and donations go towards trail cleanup and maintenance. Your continued support is greatly appreciated by all in the community and preservers our area’s equestrian heritage.
LHA Founding Letter
October 1, 1989
Dear Fellow Horsemen:
Are horses an endangered species in Lewisboro? Probably not, but the horse may be the last vestige of the semi-rural atmosphere that attracted most of us here in the first place. More and more homes mean fewer and fewer places to ride. As traffic on our country roads increases, so does the danger for those of us who ride our horses on them.
Perhaps it’s time for us to organize so as to have a horseman’s voice in the community. Since most of us are voters who pay substantial taxes, that voice could be made to wield considerable influence.
To identify community concerns that affect horsemen, and to discuss how we might address them, please come to a meeting (a short one!) at Echo Farm, Spring Street, South Salem, on Sunday, October 29th at 12:00 PM noon.
Regards, Joan Zurell
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