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Walsingham Horseman's Association
Pinellas County, Florida

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Membership Application

Park Rules

Park Map

Show Schedule Show Waiver

Show Map

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Calendar of Events

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Member's Business Links

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The Walsingham Horsemanís Association promotes the safe  recreational use of horses.  The main gate (trailer access) to our 50+ acre riding park is on the South side of 102nd Ave., East of 131st St. There is also a trail on the North side of 102nd (known as the “safe trail”) that follows alongside Walsingham Park.

 The key that you are given upon joining will open all of the gates to the main park and safe trail.

The gates are located at:
96th Ave. (East off 131st St. at dead end)
106th Ave. (East off 131st St. at dead end)
110th Ave. (East off 131st St./South side of Rd.)
114th Ave. (East off 131st St./South side of Rd.)
125th St. (West Side at about 96th Ave.)
125th St. (West of Suncatch Stable, North side of ditch.)

These gates are for ride-ups only.  Trailers must use the main gate on 102nd Ave., discussed above.

Board of Directors
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Tracy Gould-Hobbs, President
Glenda Nunez, Vice President
Joan Harrell, Secretary
Sandy Wait, Membership 
Show Manager

The  Board of Directors 
are  Elected Volunteers


Hurricane Information

Disaster Animal Response Team (Bay Area DART) Link

Walsingham Park is the designated shelter for horses.  Listen to your local radio and TV stations for notification by Pinellas County Animal Services Dept. as to when the shelter will be open. County employees will be there to assist you.  Please mark your horse's halter with your name and telephone number.  The County personnel will inspect your current Coggins and Rabies forms, which are also considered proof of ownership.  Note that neither the park or the trail fences are in good shape, there are several gaps that the horses can get through to the road.  When horses are turned out, you do so at your own risk, absolutely NO Stallions allowed for obvious reasons.

Some in-state and out-of-state options are the Spirit of Suwanee Music and Horse Park in Live Oak, FL, the GA horse facility in Conyers, GA (near Atlanta), Hard Labor Park in GA, Lakeside Plantation in South Carolina.  All accept hurricane evacuees.  Note you will need Coggins as well as a current Health Certificate from the Vet to get and in and out of states.


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