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Equestrian Park & Petting Zoo

Welcome to the new wnaaa.com!

We hope you enjoy your stay!

- Ample pasture room, 125 acre farm


- Five level cross country course, featuring Beginner Novice, Novice, and Training levels. Course includes three water complexes, open and wooded


- Dogs always welcomed (Leashed please.)


- Called away on business, the Ark can board your house pets as well


- Open show circuit hosted here, as well as other circuit sponsored shows


- hourly trail rides available, or hourly rentals available

Why The Ark?

- Leases available


- Open relaxed atmosphere


- Convenient to other equine venues, Cane Creek, Morrow Mountain,

Uwharrie National Forest, Sugar Loaf Mountain for trail riding, Numerous

other show facilities.


- Participation in Aggressive 6 week worming schedule


- Other services available upon request at additional costs


- Home to USEA Events

Lots of New Things To See at the Ark’s Two By Two Petting Zoo in 2012! Come Check it out!

Whats New At 
The Ark?

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Latest News

Horse leasing is now available!

We have all levels of friendly horses for  lease whether  monthly or weekly - we can fit your budget and your busy life.

Contact Us for details.

“There’s always something new to see when at the ark, I’m amazed at such beautiful creatures”

- Christy                

   

“My family and I felt so welcomed, thanks for devoting yourselves and letting my children interact with and feed the Animals. It was an experience of a lifetime for them! -Megan

2014 Shows
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Information

Click below to learn more about the North Carolina General Statutes Annotated. Chapter 99E. Special Liability Provisions. Article 1. Equine Activity Liability.

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We now have all our events
listed in a convenient calendar
so you can stay up to date on
the latest events and shows!
June Clinic
June 11 & 12, 2014 
6pm-9pm

HORSEMANSHIP CLASS:
 $200 for both days
First, we’ll fill the holes in 
your foundation through
groundwork. 
Then, we’ll move to the 
saddle and continue to 
build on that understanding.