Renegade Classics to host Special Olympics charity run

Publish Date: 
Feb 24, 2012

RICHMOND HILL, Ga. - Renegade Classics will host the Second Annual Horsin’ Around Poker Run March 18 to support a nonprofit therapeutic horse riding program.

The ride will begin at 9 a.m. at Renegade Classics' motorcycle shop in Richmond Hill, Ga. Riders will stop at five checkpoints to pick up their cards. The rider with the strongest poker hand at the end of the ride wins.

Horsin’ Around plans to use the proceeds from the poker run to send several of their riders to the Special Olympics this summer. “I have big visions for our riders, and I know that we will get there,” Karrie Henry, operations director for Horsin’ Around, told the Savannah Morning News. “Renegade Classics put on a great poker run for us last summer to send one of our riders to the Special Olympics, and we want to be able to send more riders this summer.”

Posted by Holly Wagner