Riders race down a section of Coligny Beach on marsh tackies during the first heat of the second annual Marsh Tacky Run in February. The event showcased the history of the marsh tacky horse, a Lowcountry breed of stocky horses native to the Sea Islands.
Riders race down a section of Coligny Beach on marsh tackies during the first heat of the second annual Marsh Tacky Run in February. The event showcased the history of the marsh tacky horse, a Lowcountry breed of stocky horses native to the Sea Islands. Sarah Welliver/The Island Packet
Riders race down a section of Coligny Beach on marsh tackies during the first heat of the second annual Marsh Tacky Run in February. The event showcased the history of the marsh tacky horse, a Lowcountry breed of stocky horses native to the Sea Islands. Sarah Welliver/The Island Packet

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