Aiken’s Equestrian Tradition
Since the late 1800’s, Aiken has been a mecca of equestrian sports. Riders and drivers flock to Aiken from around the globe for clinics, competitions and to establish their own stables, farms and equestrian businesses. Nearly every discipline is represented in Aiken, making the equestrian community here unique and diverse. From polo, thoroughbred racing, foxhunting, steeplechasing, three-day eventing, hunter/jumpers, carriage driving, dressage…Aiken has it all. Aiken’s colorful horse scene is described in this Travel and Leisure article and this NY Times blog post.
Great Venues – Experienced Horsemen
With professionally designed equestrian venues like Bruce’s Field at Aiken Horse Park, Highfields, and The Aiken Training Track to Paradise, Full Gallop Farm and Stable View…it’s an extensive list from which to choose. Some of the world’s top competitors and trainers in their respective fields train and reside in Aiken, including recent Rio Olympics bronze medalists Phillip Dutton and Mighty Nice!
The Sky’s the Limit
The options for horse property vary; from equestrian subdivisions with stellar amenities like Three Runs Plantation and Fox Hollow, to larger parcels of land in the country, to compact, efficient horse properties bordering the 2100 acre Hitchcock Woods with 65 miles of trails.
If your best life involves horses, Aiken is definitely the place for you. Click the buttons below to look at specific equestrian communities, or scroll down to see all the horse properties currently on the market in the Aiken area.
All Equestrian Properties
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