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“Black Lives Matter” Horse Ride on Oakland’s Skyline Trail

Hundreds took part in a mission dubbed “Heels Down, Fists Up” organized by Brianna Noble.
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Thanks to KPIX5 for letting us know about the Black Lives Matter Horse ride that was held along Oakland’s Skyline Trail on Saturday.

On June 20, hundreds of horse riders raised their fists, observed a moment of silence, and rode along the iconic Skyline Trail in Oakland in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.

The mission dubbed “Heels Down, Fists Up” was organized by Brianna Noble, whose viral photo of her riding a horse down Broadway during a Black Lives Matter protest in Downtown Oakland gained international attention.

Here are more pictures and videos from last Saturday from Brianna’s Instagram.:

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I am excited to see you all tomorrow for our first Heels Down Fists Up ride in Oakland! There has been such an overwhelming outpouring of support from our equine community.. I have no words 😭😍🤗… I apologize for our slow response time to messages, I’m wading through them as quickly as I can but we’re quite inundated! Please comment on the thread below with any questions, or if you have slots open in your trailer. Connect with someone! There are lots of folks still looking for a ride. Tomorrow! Upon arrival our lovely team of volunteers will direct trailer parking. Please note Alameda County REQUIRES that everyone wear a mask in public! Trail loop is beginner friendly and aprx. 1 1/2 long EBRPD & Cara Wright DVM on Deck Please be tacked up by no later than 11:45!

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