If you seek a warmer climate for winter riding, continued training, and formidable competitions with some of eventing’s top riders, then Aiken is the place for you! There are a few things you should know in preparation for your seasonal stay:
– We live on site the first week of November until the second week of April.
– For clients staying up north, you can continue training with Bridgette until the third week of December.
– Our farm fills up fast, so early deposits of $1,000 per horse by November 1 are required.
– Please let us know your shipping plans so we can coordinate shared loads and reduce the number of arrivals.
– Need a professional shipper? Contact Scott Norris Horse Transport!
– Please remember to use mineral oil and bran for several meals prior to shipping.
– When packing for your horse, less is better. No stable blankets (only turnout).
– Please be up to date on coggins, worming, and vaccinations.
– Please read our entire packing checklist here
Aiken Bach Farm South (Spark Hill Farm)
501 Main Drive, Aiken, South Carolina
Thirty-eight acres of spacious pastures, riding trails, cross country/conditioning field, sand and grass jumping arenas, dressage arena, and a 12-stall courtyard-style barn await you. We host several banquet-style bonfires, enjoy Aiken’s dining and entertainment, and, of course, find time to ride in the historic Hitchcock Woods.