A Portion of DeSell & Co Comissions Earned From the Sale of All Horse Country Properties is Proudly Donated To The Walthour Moss Foundation!
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Southern Pines Horse Country is unique in a variety of ways. Most important is the Walthour-Moss Foundation that was established by Virginia Walthour Moss and William O. "Pappy" Moss, and because of special provisions, it may continue to grow forever. The Foundation is located in the Sandhills of North Carolina, one mile from the town of Southern Pines. The Foundation is also an environmental preserve and it occupies over 4000 acres, virtually unspoiled by progress and development. The Foundation was is widely known for its equestrian use, which continues to attract world-class riders and drivers to its sandy lanes and trails. The Moore County Hounds are very active in the community and hunt at least 3 times a week during the winter hunt season on the foundation lands.
Located close by are the Carolina Horse Park and the Pinehurst Harness Track. The CHP is a full scale horse show facility that hosts a variety of events and shows such as multi-level Horse Trials, A-circut Hunter Shows, Combined Driving Events and much, much more. On the first weekend in April the Carolina Horse Park hosts the Stoneybrook Steeplechase which and which draws thousands of spectators. The Pinehurst Harness track is the winter home of nationally recognized Harness Racing Trainers from all over the country. From the Track Resturant you can have breakfast and watch the morning workouts!!
Whether your equestrian pursuits are for pleasure or competitive training, our community has so much to offer!
Equine Health Center at Southern Pines
NC State University's (NCSU) College of Veterinary Medicine
The Walthour-Moss Foundation
An environmental preserve for its equestrian use. View Map.
Carolina Horse Park at Five Points
North Carolina's Premier Equestrian Center for National
and International Competitions. View Map.
Pinehurst Harness Track
111 acre winter training center for standardbred horses