Barbados has a history with Horses
Not only are horses a part of Barbados’s heritage, they have the Garrison Savannah which is one of the oldest horse racing tracks in the Americans, dating back to 1845, the Sport of Kings.
So what better way to explore Barbados? Of course Barbados has beautiful beachs; but get out and explore the inland of Barbados using the heritage they are known for, horseback Barbados!
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