Detroit, MI

Where should we spend a memorable summer in Detroit

Honey Reitenberger
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Detroit, MI - Horse racing is one of the exciting races for summer. Seeing a horse race without us knowing it makes adrenaline and feelings of pleasure arise. Horse racing has been one of the most interesting races since ancient times. Not only for adults, but horse racing has also become one of the interesting competitions for teenagers and even children.

To see a horse race in Detroit to spend your summer, you can visit one of the places below :

1. H.O.P.E. Horsepark (Clarkston)

in 2016 The H.O.P.E. (Hold on, Pain Ends) Horsepark was created by the Chislett family. Located at 3090 Weidemann Dr, Clarkston, MI 48348. This farm teaches so many programs.

2. Buffalo Soldiers Detroit

This farm teaches about the Buffalo Soldiers — an army unit that was comprised of former slaves, freemen, and Black Civil War soldiers. This farm offers for family and kids.

3. Wildwind Equestrian Center (South Lyon)

Owned by head trainer Vikki Gartner and business manager Cindy Richards. Located in South Lyon, Michigan, we are less than 20 minutes from Novi, Northville, Plymouth, Canton, Brighton, Milford, Farmington, and Ann Arbor. This farm offers to-ride lessons for adults and children.

4. Rushlows Arabians (Romulus)

They have a lot of horses in their program and have over one hundred years of combined horsemanship knowledge. This farm provides horseback riding lessons as well as horse training services. Located at 29242 Bredow Avenue, Romulus, MI 48174.

5. Luton Performance Horses (Grosse Ile)

This farm offers a training and lessons program for youth and adults the elements since 20 years ago. Located at 25795 3rd Street, Grosse Ile, MI 48138.

More info? Go to their website!

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