Calendar of Events

Find out what’s up today in the Aiken Horse World.

Calendar of Events

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0 events,

3 events,

Gerd Heuschmann Clinic

- Event Series

Tuesdays In the Park

- Event Series

2024 Aiken Educational Sessions

4 events,

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  WINDSOR TRACE CONES DAY

1 event,

- Event Series

Apple Tree Farm Two Phase

2 events,

Aiken Winter Encore

6 events,

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Fashion for Compassion Gala

0 events,

2 events,

- Event Series

Tuesdays In the Park

- Event Series

2024 Aiken Educational Sessions

2 events,

3 events,

6 events,

Cupid Classic

Cupid Classic

Pine Top Intermediate Horse Trials

6 events,

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Historic Stable Experience

1 event,

3 events,

- Event Series

Tuesdays In the Park

- Event Series

2024 Aiken Educational Sessions

1 event,

1 event,

- Event Series

Apple Tree Farm Two Phase

2 events,

Carolina Classic

Eventing Academy Schooling and Horse Trials

Event Series

5 events,

Dressage at Bruce’s Field

Spook Busting Secrets with Anna Twinney at Equine Rescue of Aiken

0 events,

3 events,

- Event Series

Tuesdays In the Park

- Event Series

2024 Aiken Educational Sessions

3 events,

1 event,

Apple Days

Apple Days

3 events,

PSJ Winter II

PSJ Winter II

Pine Top Advanced Horse Trials

4 events,

Jen Marsden Hamilton Clinic

0 events,

3 events,

- Event Series

2024 Aiken Educational Sessions

2 events,

2 events,

4 events,

March Madness I

4 events,

4 events,

From our issue

Get in the Swing

Polo Guide for October through November in Aiken It’s only October, but the polo season is already almost half over. The fall polo season in Aiken is brief but intense: tournaments normally start in early September when the heat dissipates, and end in early November when cold nights leach the color out of the Bermuda…

A Special Sort of Horse

Mikki noted that Chip’s other senses are definitely more heightened. “He hears me from a mile away. If I’m talking in the barn aisle he’ll prick his ears and look at me. We do carrot stretches on both sides and teaching him that was a little tricky – he could sort of follow the scent and try to grab blindly. I just kept the carrot closer to his nose and he discovered his range of motion. We try to trailer him with the other horse on his right side, but overall he functions like any other horse.”