Long Ear Trail Ride benefits Ben Richey boys ranch

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Scurry County Spotlight

  • Riders (l-r) Chris Brown, Gaylen Hinch and Donnie Maines participated in the Long Ear Trail Ride, which raised funds for the Ben Richey Boys Ranch in Abilene this past weekend.
    Riders (l-r) Chris Brown, Gaylen Hinch and Donnie Maines participated in the Long Ear Trail Ride, which raised funds for the Ben Richey Boys Ranch in Abilene this past weekend.
  • Heather Smith of Snyder’s HRS Ministries sang, and her husband Russell (not shown) gave testimony, at Sunday’s worship service.
    Heather Smith of Snyder’s HRS Ministries sang, and her husband Russell (not shown) gave testimony, at Sunday’s worship service.
  • Brynn Yanez and her horse completed an obstacle course during the Long Ear Trail Ride.
    Brynn Yanez and her horse completed an obstacle course during the Long Ear Trail Ride.
  • Tommy Edgemon and his horse went through an obstacle in which the horse pushed a horizontal pipe in a circle.
    Tommy Edgemon and his horse went through an obstacle in which the horse pushed a horizontal pipe in a circle.
The eighth annual Long Ear Benefit Trail Ride, benefiting the Ben Richey Boys Ranch in Abilene, was last weekend at the Fuller Family Ranch near Dunn. “This is a once-a-year three-day spectacular,” said Lynn Fuller. “We have chuckwagon cooking, big tents, a silent auction, singing and cowboy church on Sunday morning. A lot of people from Scurry County participate in it.” Ben Richey Boys Ranch…

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