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The tearing down of the bridge between Chimney Rock and Lake Lure in 2010 necessitated a way to keep the towns connected and protect the aquatic ecosystem. By 2013, a garden on cement, cited as the second of its kind in the country, was a vision turned reality named Lake Lure Flowering Bridge.
Contributing to the history of horse racing and many race horses’ lineages is a champion whose resting place is debated as Goochland County, Virginia, or Northampton County, North Carolina. During his lifetime, Sir Archie, measured at sixteen hands, was such a champion that competitors eventually refused to race their horses with him. His superior racing abilities were passed down in equestrian champions like Lexington, Man O’War, and Seabiscuit.