A horse gets fed a carrot in Bridle Trails. Courtesy photo

A horse gets fed a carrot in Bridle Trails. Courtesy photo

Oh what fun, it is to ride in Bridle Trails

Horses visit the Bridle Trails area.

  • Wednesday, December 27, 2017 2:57pm
  • Life

Kirklanders in the Bridle Trails area were recently visited by some of their four-legged neighbors.

For almost 20 years, horses have been dressing up for the holidays to bring cheer and smiles to their neighbors. One day a year, the holiday cavalry comes out dressed in their holiday best. This year, 15 horses and 20 people came out to greet people at Bridlewood Circle, Silver Spur and Bridle View. They also visited the Bridle Trails shopping center. People greeted them with cookies and carrots — even the riders get some hot chocolate.

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