GEORGETOWN, Del. - The Delmarva Chapter of the American Mustang and Burro Association hosted their 10th annual Halloween Trail Ride & Walk fundraiser on Sunday.
The annual event involves people dressing up in costumes and riding a horse or walking on foot through the Redden State Forest trails.
Following the trail rides, Sunday's participants had the chance to meet and possibly adopt a new fur-baby.
That's because this year's event benefited both the AMBA and the Brandywine Valley SPCA's spay and neuter program.
Alycia Hovey, the President of the Delmarva Chapter of AMBA said, "I'm a big animal lover, cat fanatic, hence the ears. Our organization was doing well and I thought it would be nice to share the wealth."
If you're interested in learning more about the non-profit you can visit ambainc.net
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