Legacy Stables & Events is situated on the Weisner Family’s 30-acre equestrian estate in Winston-Salem. Owner Robert Weisner purchased the property as a place for his granddaughters to pursue their passion for riding and competing with show horses. It has evolved to become one of the most unique venues in the Triad filled with warmth, elegance and southern charm.
History of the Farm
From 2014-2020, the property was home to Legacy Saddlebreds, a state-of-the-art horseback riding academy and training facility. Throughout that time, Legacy Saddlebreds grew to be one of the largest riding complexes in the Southeast, introducing thousands of people to horses, in particular, the American Saddlebred. Nationally recognized instructors and trainers shared their passion for riding to students young and old, from recreational riders to competitors, proudly producing multiple National Champions, World Cup Gold Medalists and World Champions. The beautiful property with its gorgeous stables and detailed landscaping soon drew the attention of many. Engaged couples, photographers and event professionals began to inquire about using the property for weddings and other special events. In 2018, Legacy Stables & Events began offering weddings and other special events and began the transformation of one of their facilities into the exquisite event venue it is today.
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Currently, the Grace Barn is a 12,000-square-foot barn that was transformed from a world-class show horse training facility into multiple indoor heated and air-conditioned event spaces. Inside, the Salem Stallway, the Winston Stallway and Cate’s Ballroom can accommodate any event, from 50 guests to 800 guests. The Legacy House is a beautiful farmhouse that is ideal for intimate ceremonies, receptions and rehearsal dinners. This space features two full outdoor kitchens, a fire pit, stone fireplace and a 4,000-square-foot outdoor terrace. It also has our elegant and spacious three-room bridal suite, which makes the wedding day a dream come true for every bride.
In just a few short years, Legacy Stables & Events has been proud to host hundreds of diverse celebrations for families and companies in the Triad and beyond. It’s because of this success that another 22,000-square-foot barn on the property is currently being renovated to add to the complex. The Forsyth Barn will be a technologically advanced facility which will include the Grand Ballroom, the Carolina Room, corporate meeting rooms and an additional outdoor terrace.
Their knowledgeable staff is ready to help you create a turn-key event. From an all-inclusive catering partnership with Providence Catering and helping you with your décor or A/V needs, Legacy Stables & Events makes planning your next event effortless. Visit the website for more information https://legacystablesandevents.com or contact them today at 336.293.7159 or [email protected]
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Your fasting blood sugar level should always be below 100mg/dl but not fall below 80mg/dl.Blood sugar testing measures how much glucose is in the bloodstream. No matter what is eaten, from a small snack to a large meal, blood glucose values rise in response to any carbohydrates that are digested.
In a healthy person, the pancreas reacts to the higher blood glucose by releasing insulin, a hormone that converts blood sugar into usable energy.
In addition to carbohydrates, other body processes also raise blood sugar levels.When a person fasts, which is defined medically as not eating or drinking anything aside from water for at least eight hours, the release of glucagon is triggered in the body. Glucagon instructs the liver to metabolize reserve supplies of glycogen, which are then circulated into the bloodstream as sugars. Accordingly, the amount of plasma glucose goes up. This is how the body creates energy even while fasting.
In sum, when diabetes is not present the body responds to all blood sugars by manufacturing insulin in proportion with the glucose level. When it comes to fasting blood sugars, insulin lowers and stabilizes the levels so that they remain in a normal, healthy range. Yet when any form of diabetes is present, either pre-diabetes, Type 1 diabetes or Type 2 diabetes, the whole physiological process doesn’t work correctly, and blood sugars are often considerably higher than normal. The fasting blood sugar test (FBS) is commonly used to detect the existence of diabetes.
In order to prepare for a fasting blood sugar test, one must refrain from eating or drinking from eight to twelve hours before the test, depending upon the doctor’s instructions. It is conducted in the same manner as any laboratory blood test. The health professional will wrap an elastic band around the upper arm in order to restrict blood flow, which enlarges the veins and facilitates the insertion of a needle. After disinfecting the site with alcohol, a needle is placed into the vein and blood is drawn into a vial, which will be then be sent for laboratory testing.
A normal result for fasting blood glucose ranges from 70 – 100 mg/dL. According to criteria set by the American Diabetes Association, a higher than normal fasting blood sugar between 100 to 125 mg/dL (5.6 to 6.9 mmol/L) may indicate prediabetes. This shows an increased risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.
When the measurement is above 126 mg/dL (7 mmol/L), a diagnosis of diabetes is likely. A lower than normal result may point to hypoglycemia that is caused by a specific type of tumor in the pancreas, and further diagnostic testing is needed.
Besides eating or drinking during the eight hours before the fasting blood sugar test, other factors may influence the outcome. Illness, drinking alcohol or excessive caffeine the day before, smoking and emotional stress can all impact blood sugar levels. Fasting blood sugar tests should therefore be performed twice, on two separate days, in order to confirm that results are consistent.