Hoofin’ It trail run raises $3,500 for Special Equestrians

Runners start at the Hoofin' It 5K/10K Trail Run at Indian Springs School June 7. (Contributed)

Runners start at the Hoofin’ It 5K/10K Trail Run at Indian Springs School June 7. (Contributed)

By CASSANDRA MICKENS/Associate Editor

INDIAN SPRINGS VILLAGE — The Hoofin’ It 5K/10K Trail Run held June 7 at Indian Springs School raised $3,557 for Special Equestrians, which provides horseback therapy to children and adults with disabilities.

The overall 5K male winner was Chris Carter of Trussville with a time of 16:57. The overall 5K female winner was McKenzie Hogue of Alabaster with a time of 23:12.

The overall 10K male winner was Jared Carlson of Birmingham with a time of 37:58. The overall 10K female winner was Chelsey Palmer of Vestavia with a time of 45:09.

Complete results can be found here.

The race began at the Special Equestrians’ stable on the Indian Springs School campus and took runners through the fields, forests and a lake that surround the horseback facility.

For more information about Special Equestrians, visit specialequest.org.