Spring Fling


April 6&7, 2019

T. Ed Garrison Arena 1101 W. Queen St. Pendleton, SC

2 days packed with classes to suit nearly every riding discipline. H/J classes, Dressage, Combined Training, Western, Gaited. We also had Vendors, a Silent Auction, and more.

SPECTATORS ARE ALWAYS FREE.

Updates will be coming for 2019. Keep watching!

Here is what our champions came home with from the 2018 Spring Fling All Breed Horse Show.

These lovely leather halters were compliments of Wilson Farm LLC and M.Cindy Wilson, Broker and the awesome dressage saddle pads were compliments of The Tack Shop at Wits End. Visit them and our other sponsors on our ‘Sponsors’ page.

If you were one of our Champions and didn’t pick up your award, please contact scuec3@gmail.com

CLass List and Online Entry Form available NOW. Click on link below.

Spring Fling 2018 Class List and
Entry Form
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Photographer
Megan Miller
To schedule a photo shoot
while at the show.

Email: mrm6@g.clemson.edu
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Open Show Judge:
Leona Parr Ransdell
Leona is originally from Newberry, South Carolina and attended Clemson University as a student. She majored in Animal Sciences with a concentration in Equine Business. She was a member of the hunt seat and western equestrian teams while at Clemson. She was also a member of the Collegiate Judging Team. She is an active member of the American Quarter Horse Association. She currently is the 4-H Equine Program Associate at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia and over sees the Virginia 4-H Horse Program. Her duties include planning the 4-H State Championship Horse Show, coaching the youth judging team, which most recently were named the 2017 Eastern National Champions and developing the horsemanship skills program.
Hunter/Jumper Judges:
Jordan Burton
I live and work in Clemson, SC for my family owned and operated rental real estate company, Burton Properties LLC. I ride and show as an amateur with Clear View Farm’s trainer Jeanne Smith on the AA- local level show circuit and have attended two USEF Judges’ Clinics in Lexington, KY, ridden in top clinics with George Morris, Joe Fargis, Geoff Teal, Jack Towell and Liza Towell Boyd, and judged hunter shows from SC, GA, NC, VA and TN over the last 8 years.
Mary Weaver
Mary has been an equine professional for 15 years with extensive experience in USHJA, AQHA, IHSA, and IEA competition. She holds a B.S. in Animal Science from Berry College. Following graduation she worked as an assistant coach to Middle Tennessee State University’s Equestrian Team 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 won 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. Most recently, she coached Lander University’s Equestrian Hunt Seat and Western Teams from 2009-2015. Mary resides in Greenwood with her husband, and two young daughters where she enjoys their family farm and helping educate individuals in the horse industry.
Dressage Judge:
Chris Derr “L”
I currently work for the Department of Defense at Fort Gordon, Georgia and have been in federal service 38 years and live in Aiken, SC. I’ve been riding all my life, starting on a pony named Mitsy and am an Adult Amateur competitor having competed in recognized Horse Trials and Dressage competitions in the U.S.A and the UK. I raised and trained my mare Ruth Anne from a foal and we’ve successfully competed thru 4th level and are now working on PSG. Recently I adopted an OTTB Riviera from the Aiken Equine Rescue.  My goal for him is to compete in the Thoroughbred Makeover Program. I obtained the British Horse Society Assistant Instructor certification in the UK and I am also a USDF “ L” Graduate.