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North of downtown Raleigh is horse country and the home of B-Bar Stables, where you can rent horses by the hour and ride the trails at your own speed. B-Bar has been owned and operated for twenty years by George Dalphus Browning, a true cowboy and horseman. George personally trained each of his sixty horses and can teach anyone how to ride a horse.
Tryon International Equestrian Center in Polk County, North Carolina has expanded its property to develop hospitality and accommodation services. While equestrian events attract horse fanciers, the center’s greater impact might be on the economic landscape of Polk County and the equestrian industry.