The Walthour Moss Foundation 
A Horse Lovers Paradise - 4,000 acres of protected land and riding trails The Moss Foundation is a beautiful nature sanctuary located approximately one mile east of Southern Pines. There are over 100 farms that either boarder directly onto the foundation or a located a short ride to the foundation that has numerous public access to the foundation. By owning a farm near the foundation you'll have miles and miles of unspoiled land and trails dedicated to year-round equine activities. The Walthour Moss Foundation is a result of gifts from Mrs. Virginia Walthour Moss of approximately 4000 acres of longleaf pine forest. The foundation is literally a forest of undeveloped stately longleaf pines where the land is much like it was 200 years ago. In addition to the foundation trails, there are several trainers with Olympic experience that live on the foundation or come to train from all over the world. The trainers cover every type of discipline, including dressage, hunter/jumper, event training and carriage driving. The area also offers some of the most advanced veterinarian technology available including Equine Research Center, which is a branch of the North Carolina State University.



The Walthour Moss Foundation 
A Horse Lovers Paradise - 4,000 acres of protected land and riding trails The Moss Foundation is a beautiful nature sanctuary located approximately one mile east of Southern Pines. There are over 100 farms that either boarder directly onto the foundation or a located a short ride to the foundation that has numerous public access to the foundation. By owning a farm near the foundation you'll have miles and miles of unspoiled land and trails dedicated to year-round equine activities. The Walthour Moss Foundation is a result of gifts from Mrs. Virginia Walthour Moss of approximately 4000 acres of longleaf pine forest. The foundation is literally a forest of undeveloped stately longleaf pines where the land is much like it was 200 years ago. In addition to the foundation trails, there are several trainers with Olympic experience that live on the foundation or come to train from all over the world. The trainers cover every type of discipline, including dressage, hunter/jumper, event training and carriage driving. The area also offers some of the most advanced veterinarian technology available including Equine Research Center, which is a branch of the North Carolina State University.



Southern Pines Horse Communities 

Moore County, and in particular Southern Pines, NC, have attracted a large and distinguished concentration of horse enthusiasts and world class horsemen from all over the world. Some of the nicest horse farms and best trainers are located throughout the county. Its national recognition as an equestrian training ground is believed to be without parallel. The heart of the horse country is the Walthour Moss Foundation consisting of over 4,000 acres of trails and natural areas that exist today much like they did over 100 years ago. The Walthour Moss Foundation is the center of horse activities and invites a diversity of equestrian endeavors. Adding to the Southern Pines appeal is the completion of the Carolina Horse Park which is the signature piece of the communities' equestrian vision. The Carolina Horse Park is a calling card for international caliber competitors of multiple disciplines in the equestrian arts and home of the annual Stonyebrook Steeplechase. If you're looking for an area with fantastic horse farm communities as well as weekly equestrian activities, I know you'll love the Moore County area.




Moore County North Carolina has hundreds of horse farms and practically an unlimited number of riding trails that offer equestrian living at its finest. Located about 1 hour south of Raleigh, Moore County has a temperate climate and sandy soil that allows for year round riding and eventing activities. By visiting Moore County you will discover a land of luxury horse properties, equestrian communities, and exceptional estate properties. Contact us to initiate a tailored search for horse farms that meet your requirements. Please feel free to preview all of our horse farm listings by using the easy search.


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There is only one species of domestic horse, but around 400 different breeds that specialize in everything from pulling wagons to racing. All horses are grazers.

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McLendons Hills Equestrian/Lake Community 
McLendon Hills is a 600-acre lake and equestrian community located in Seven Lakes, North Carolina, which is located 10miles west of Pinehurst, the golf capital of the USA. McLendon Hills is a premiere lake and equestrian community offering spacious lots, beautiful views, lakefront, vista, or mini-farms, 80-acre lake, 25-acre equestrian center, bridle trails, walking path, fishing, and more. Call 910-528-4652 for a tour of the Fields.



The Meadows 
The Meadows is a horse farm community located about 5 miles from downtown Aberdeen and about 10 miles from Southern Pines and the Moss Foundation. The 4,000 acre Moss foundation is exclusively dedicated to equestrian pursuits and offers an endless trail network for open leisure riding and serves as host grounds for the Moore County Hounds - fox hunt club. The Meadows is also conveniently near the Carolina Horse Park, host of several nationally recognized equestrian shows and competitions. The 5,000 acre forest is exclusively dedicated to equestrian pursuits and offers a calendar of activities. Notably, The Walthour Moss Foundation offers an endless trail network for open leisure riding and serves as host grounds for the Moore County Hounds - fox hunt club.