These places are available for rent for competitions of all types.
Exit 101 on I-20 | Camden, SC
Contact: Mike Mathis, 803-486-4938 (cell) or email@example.com
Three show rings, including two covered arenas and two schooling areas. 9 barns with 288 stalls, 100 RV sites, cafe on site, permanent restrooms and showers.
Designated as an emergency stabling site in the event of natural disasters.
Owned and managed by SC Equine Promotion Foundation.
1101 W. Queen Street | Pendleton, SC
Contact: Charles Williams, 864-646-2717
Enclosed, heated 140 x 260 foot arena with permanent seating for 3,000. Adjacent ope-air covered warm-up arena. Concessions on site, catering available. Indoor vendor area. Permanent restrooms and showers. 4 barns, 440 stalls, with room for additional 150 portable stalls. RV parking for 45 units.
Behind the barn is the trail head for miles of trails through the Clemson forest and along Lake Jocassee. Overnight stabling available depending on show bookings.
Operated by Clemson Cooperative Extension Service.
2662 Mullet Hall Road | Johns Island, SC
Home of the Carolina Classic, one of the oldest and biggest hunter shows on the East Coast.
Offering 5 show rings, a Grand Prix ring, 196 stalls, camping hook-ups. Also has 20 miles of trails. $25 membership fee gives access to trails year-round. Good parking, water at trailhead.
Hippodrome Horse Complex
5540 Jefferson Davis Hwy | Beech Island, SC
Contact: Tim Peterson, 803-278-4785
The Hippodrome in North Augusta has played host to some of the largest equestrian events in the Southeast. The Hippodrome is renowned for hosting events such as the Augusta Cutting Futurity, which brings in over 700 cutters and their horses, and the annual World Champion National Barrel Horse Race, which plays host to over 1,700 riders each October. For the past 10 years the Hippodrome has hosted the Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day Barrel Race with each event drawing more than 500 riders and horses. As a community resource the Hippodrome serves as an official evacuation center, sheltering both people and animals during hurricanes, floods and other natural disasters.
A 45,000-square-foot indoor arena with announcer’s booth, 52,500-square-foot covered arena with announcer’s booth, bleacher seating, concession stand, outdoor demonstration areas, RV hook-ups, 598 (12×12) stalls, acreage available for additional portable stalls, six indoor wash racks with hot water, outdoor wash racks, quality arena footing.
South Congaree Arena
Covered arena with bleachers, plenty of parking, concession stand, and restrooms.
Red Bank Arena
Multiple show rings, parking, warm up, restrooms.
Private arenas that are available for horse shows and other competition.
The state’s newest arena. Hosts NCHA, Pro Rodeo, and others.