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  • Raw video of 2009 marsh tacky races on Mitchelville Beach

    Raw footage of the marsh tacky races on Sunday, Feb. 22, 2009, on Mitchelville Beach on Hilton Head Island. The Island Packet wrote: "Fifteen marsh tacky horses raced on the brown, wet sand of low tide at Mitchelville Beach as part of the island's Gullah Celebration. It has been more than 40 years since the short, stocky breed has galloped beside Port Royal Sound, the revival of a longtime Gullah and native islander tradition."

Raw footage of the marsh tacky races on Sunday, Feb. 22, 2009, on Mitchelville Beach on Hilton Head Island. The Island Packet wrote: "Fifteen marsh tacky horses raced on the brown, wet sand of low tide at Mitchelville Beach as part of the island's Gullah Celebration. It has been more than 40 years since the short, stocky breed has galloped beside Port Royal Sound, the revival of a longtime Gullah and native islander tradition." David Feld The Island Packet
Raw footage of the marsh tacky races on Sunday, Feb. 22, 2009, on Mitchelville Beach on Hilton Head Island. The Island Packet wrote: "Fifteen marsh tacky horses raced on the brown, wet sand of low tide at Mitchelville Beach as part of the island's Gullah Celebration. It has been more than 40 years since the short, stocky breed has galloped beside Port Royal Sound, the revival of a longtime Gullah and native islander tradition." David Feld The Island Packet

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