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Hikers Complete 171 Day, 2,185.3 Mile Appalachian Trail Hike to Benefit Horses

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Lauren and Nathan at the top of Katahdin. Photo provided by Equus Foundation.

Lauren and Nathan at the top of Mount Katahdin. Photo provided by Equus Foundation release.

PMG press by: Lynn Coakley

WESTPORT, CT – October 2, 2014 – On September 23, 2014, after 171 days and 2,185.3 miles hiking the Appalachian Trail, Lauren Davis and Nate Kramer reached the peak of Mount Katahdin completing their Hoofin’ It for Horse and Healing adventure.

“The climb up Katahdin was extremely difficult and dangerous. It had snowed earlier and there was a thick layer of ice and frost covering the rocks on the way up, so we were thrilled when we finally reached the top,” said Lauren.

Lauren and Nathan set out on their journey of a lifetime on April 6th to hike the Appalachian Trail to make a positive impact on their lives and to contribute to their passion – the welfare of horses and their powerful bond with people. The EQUUS Foundation received nearly $8,000 from donors inspired by their passion.

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Graphic courtesy of Equus Foundation release.

Lauren and Nathan used their own funds and resources to support themselves along the trail. EQUUS Foundation Corporate Partner Ariat International provided the hikers with needed attire.

Donations are still being accepted by clicking here.

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