Explore West Virginia by an older means of transportation... on Horseback. Riding horses,
more particularly, racing horses has roots in the county dating back to 1786 when Charles
Washington, brother of George Washington, began organizing races to be run in the city streets
of Charles Town. Family and group trail rides are available to explore various areas of Jefferson
County. Experience the feeling of reliving history on horseback; feel the soil under the hooves
like Stonewall Jackson or share historic views with Thomas Jefferson.