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Brightfields

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Brightfields
Brightfields
Brightfields

Brightfields, Alabama

Our place is open to anyone with horses or it be large animals and dogs fleeing Irma.

Brightfields is a small family farm. It was at one time a location for mud bog races and a hill climb. Read more...

Our place is open to anyone with horses or it be large animals and dogs fleeing Irma.

Brightfields is a small family farm. It was at one time a location for mud bog races and a hill climb. The bog is now a catfish pond and the trees have reclaimed the hill, creating a peaceful place to stopover on your way to the beach or serve as a home base to explore north central Alabama. We are home to a small herd of North American Tarpans- a recreation of the extinct original wild horse of norther Europe.

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J: *We are opening our space for animals displaced by Hurricane Irma. Please call me directly at 2 56 7...
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