Friday, January 11 2019 by Editor
By Carter Anderson Grady Lyman is a name we’ve been hearing a lot this year in the competitive circuit. Her success in the equitation, hunter and jumper rings is known throughout the horse community. While competing in a multitude of horse shows and finals this fall, Grady has also been attending the University of South
By Britney Grover Behind many a good horsewoman stands a supportive parent and great horse enthusiast. That certainly is the case for Olympic show jumper Laura Kraut and her sister, Mary Elizabeth, whose riding careers started at the hands of their mother, Carol Kent. Both Laura’s and Mary Elizabeth’s passion for riding and their
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Tuesday, June 07 2016 by Editor
By Britney Anderson For Southern charm and history, Charleston is not to be missed. Charleston lies along South Carolina’s Atlantic coastline and is the state’s oldest city, offering a glimpse into old Southern life as well as plenty of modern style and entertainment, all served with a side of Southern grace never lost. For pointers
Monday, July 28 2014 by Editor
COLUMBIA, S.C. – University of South Carolina head coach Boo Major announced on Friday the hiring of Hillary Dobbs as the Gamecocks’ new hunt seat coach.
Full Gallop Farm here in Aiken has had a very busy schedule this summer! Just this past weekend they ran a Ride-A-Test and the following day a Recognized HT.
Even though it is summer the USCA Eventing team has been busy! Busy competing, riding, attending clinics, having lessons and finally a meeting! We had our first summer meeting for the team. The purpose of the meeting was for the old and new officers to get together to talk and plan.
It has been pretty quiet for the team this month, however we have meetings set up this coming week to organize with our new officers and make a plan! We have a lot to do to get ready for next semester and especially our Collegiate Team Challenge at Full Gallop in November! Send invites, order ribbons and awards, find sponsors and donors, get our teams together and more! If any person or business is interested in being apart of USC Aiken’s FIRST EVER collegiate team challenge please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org ! Paradise Farm HT was yesterday and it was a great day! Beautiful weather…a bit hot at times though! The show ran great and from what I heard from many friends they all had a great day. I competed in the Open Training division and placed second! The xc course was a blast! Paradise has always been one of my favorite events! Every semester the USCA Equestrian program dose an honor roll! Congratulations to the following Equestrian Club members who have been named to the Equestrian Club Honor Roll for the Spring 2014 semester
It is a busy and exciting week for the USC Aiken Eventing Team! This coming weekend we are participating in our first collegiate team challenge at FENCE horse trials! We can not believe it is finally here. The four riders are busy getting ready and I plan on attending as groom. I have already started packing! It should be a great weekend and can’t wait to meet the other teams.