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Equestrian Carolers Pay a Visit to Hayfields

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Elizabeth Almeyda riding Smokey Blue. Credits: Deena Bell
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Santa (aka Anita Zander) rides into Hayfield’s parking lot on Martha. Credits: Deena Bell
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Here they come, just a-walking down the street...singing christmas carols. Credits: Deena Bell
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The Archibald family joins in a rendition of “Jingle Bells” Credits: Deena Bell
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Babette Cougars’ horse adds to the sound effects. Credits: Deena Bell
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Lulu Moore and Sophie Deleo pose for a photo. Credits: Deena Bell
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After a few carols, the group is off to bring smiles at its next stop. Credits: Deena Bell
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Jack Manes walks with Sally. Credits: Deena Bell
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Editor's note: This article has been updated

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.—  The Windward Mark Farm Jingle Bell Jog was held Dec. 4, spreading holiday cheer throughout the streets of North Salem.

Riders and their horses were decked out in their best holiday attire and serenaded patrons at Hayfields Café and Market with seasonal carols on the final stop of their "jog." 

This marks the eight year anniversary of the event. For the second straight year, a police escort was provided to ensure the riders' safety, as they traveled along the main roads.

 

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