2020 Spring Fling Horse Show CANCELLED!
The COVID-19 has been disruptive to all and it has touched SCUEC and the Spring Fling Horse Show. Our April dates were cancelled and we are now have decided to cancel our Fall dates. Social distancing and other restrictions due to the pandemic have just made it too difficult to to try and hold a show this year. We are hopeful that April 2021 will be a brighter future for the show.
In the meantime, stay healthy and happy.
- We now have a new show date – April 3&4, 2021. We hope you will be planning to join us.
2021 Prize List
Full prize list and entry form coming in the new year.
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Spring Fling Main page, rules & regulations coming in the new year.
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We plan to have great prices on vendor spaces and advertising in our colorful full size show program. Email us for your questions.
2021 Judges TBD
2020 Hunter/Jumper Show Judges
Mary Weaver & TBD
Mary has been an equine professional for nearly 20 years with extensive experience in USHJA, AQHA, IHSA, and IEA competition. Most recently Ms. Weaver coached Lander University’s Equestrian Hunt Seat and Western Teams from 2009-2015 with numerous Regional, Zone, Semi-Final, and National Awards. She began her collegiate equestrian career while competing for The University of South Carolina’s Varsity Hunt Seat and Western Equestrian Teams as well as for Berry College where she earned a B.S. in Animal Science. Following graduation she worked as an assistant coach to Middle Tennessee State University’s Equestrian Team for several years along with serving as the assistant trainer at a successful farm that specialized in “A” hunters and AQHA all around horses. This lead to managing her own teaching and training business with numerous circuit, regional, and national awards win by her clients and horses. Upon her return to South Carolina she managed a private breeding and training facility and taught at stables around the upstate prior to working with Lander’s program. Ms. Weaver resides in Greenwood with her husband, and three young children where she enjoys their family farm and helping educate individuals in the horse industry.
2021 Judge TBD
2020 Open Show Judge
Jeremiah found his equestrian passion as a youth in Belleville, West Virginia with his friend and trainer Beth Buckley. He started showing at open shows and 4-H then eventually progressed to breed level shows, mainly AQHA and PHBA later in his career.
In 2008 he started Jeremiah Lucas Show Horses successfully focusing on training both youth and adults from entry level to World Show levels.
Jeremiah has lived and taught in several areas of GA but recently moved to north east Georgia and the Westminster, SC area in August 2018.
He continues to have a passion for educating riders and horses and states “I have been blessed with the friendship of clients and horses”.
2021 Judge TBD
2020 Dressage Show Judge
In June 2017, after 37.5 years of federal service, Chris Derr retired from the Department of Defense after completing four field tours, two overseas tours in Europe and Middle East, and since 2003, supported the Global War on Terror. Chris has been riding all her life. She started riding bareback on a Shetland pony named Misty. She has competed in recognized Horse Trials and Dressage competitions in both the USA and UK as an Adult Amateur competitor. Chris and her mare Ruth Anne (who she’s trained from a foal) have successfully competed thru Dressage 4th level and is a USDF Bronze Medalist. Chris obtained the British Horse Society Assistant Instructor certification in the UK in 1990 and became a USDF L Graduate in 2003. Chris adopted an OTTB from the Aiken Equine Rescue and volunteers at the Rescue to support the Saratoga Warhorse Program – a program which uses horses as therapy for veterans with PTSD. Chris is now retired and wants to be more involved with the horse community and do want she’s always loved – being with horses!