trail rides

 

Please observe these
simple Trail Riding Rules
when riding with others.

 

2021 Schedule

Schedule to be determined when
rides are able to resume

ALL TRAIL RIDES LISTED HERE ARE FOR
THE MEMBERS OF PLANTATION PLEASURE
WALKING HORSE ASSOCIATION OF NC
PLEASE CONTACT OUR MEMBERSHIP CHAIR
TO JOIN AND RIDE WITH US

TRAIL RIDE CHAIRS
JUDY HADLEY 
Gaitsofheaven@msn.com

JESSICA ELLIS runnin4jesus010@yahoo.com
919-570-4162

ALL RIDES ARE WEATHER PERMITTING
BE SURE TO KEEP CHECKING HERE TO SEE
IF THE RIDE IS STILL BEING HELD

PPWHANC HAS LOST ONE OF ITS LIFETIME MEMBERS

Dennis Morgan of Stem, NC, passed away at Duke Hospital, Durham, NC, on June 30, 2021, after a 23-year battle with kidney cancer and related illnesses.
Dennis, born January 29, 1948, in Madison, SD, was the fourth child of the late Lloyd and CarolMorgan. He was preceded in death by his younger brother, Henry Morgan of Madison, SD.
Dennis is survived by his wife of 35 years, Karen, and four sisters: Nancy Nagel of Rock Rapids, IA; Patricia Hill of Zumbrota, MN; Linda Sheridan of Lansing, NC; and Susan Morgan of Fuquay-Varina, NC. Plus many nieces and nephews.
During Dennis’ school years, he worked with his dad in their small, hometown bakery in Lanesboro, MN. After graduation from Lanesboro High School in 1966, he considered going into the bakery business, but instead he joined the Navy. Having served his four years in the Navy, Dennis went to a vocational school for airplane mechanics. After graduation in 1973 on a vacation to NC, Dennis acquired a job with Raleigh Flying Service at the Raleigh-Durham airport. Because of his cancer he retired after 20+ years as manager of the maintenance department.
During his life, Dennis enjoyed hunting, fishing, trail riding in North Carolina, Virginia and Tennessee, caring for his dogs and his home. He always greeted people with a smile and would go the “extra mile” for family and friends.
When he was unable to ride his beloved mule Bo, he gifted him to a local riding academy for children and felt secure that Bo would “take good care” of the kids.
Dennis requested his body be donated to science. He is with the Duke Surgical Group in Charlotte, NC. Arrangements are pending.

Dennis Earle Morgan

January 29, 1948 ~ June 30, 2021

Francisco Sharp

Product Management

Nina Ramirez

President