Spring Fling


Can’t believe Spring Fling 2024 is just around the corner!

The 2024 show will offer:

  • No office fee if you pre-register online
  • 2 Day Hunter show with a Hunter Derby each day
  • Saturday night Jumper Division with 2 Gambler’s Choice classes
  • Saturday Open Show with a new “Rusty Stirrup” Division
  • “Special Friends” classes at no charge
  • Dressage on Sunday
  • Vendors, Silent Auction and Tack Sale Tables
  • Oh, and almost forgot!!! Awards>>> $200 to the trainer that brings the most competitors, Champion and Reserve Championships for each Division, $100 to the best turned out barn.
  • Scroll down for PDFs that you can download for all of the show information.

FYI: With all of the sophisticated on-line scamming going on today, just know that SCUEC will never send you an invoice through Venmo, Zelle, PayPal, etc.  We will only send an invoice directly to you, upon your request, either by snail-mail or email.

2024 Spring Fling Horse Show Information 

Click on the links below to open PDFs:

2024 Spring Fling complete Class List

2024 Spring Fling Rules and Regulations

2024 Spring Fling Mail-in Entry Form and Liability Release

See below for our 2024 Judges and their Bios

Additional questions:

Spring Fling Advertising Information

Sponsors & Advertisers are published in our full size color show program and added to our website for the year.

Details available at: 2024 Spring Fling Sponsorship Form

Previous show programs:

2023SpringFling Show Program 2022SpringFling Show Program 2021SpringFling Show Program 2019SpringFling Show Program

Click on the link HorseShowing.com for the Spring Fling Horse Show on-line registration. 

Exhibitors can purchase an annual subscription for their horse for $25 or enter for $1/show day with a maximum of $4 for any entry.

*Just a quick reminder – if you pre-register online, we will waive your $10 office fee.

If you have never used this online entry, watch a short tutorial.  HorseShowing.com tutorial  

2024 will offer 2 Hunter Derbies. Thank you, Cindy Wilson of Associated Real Estate Association for again sponsoring our Saturday Derby and Welcome Blue Ridge Orthopedics for sponsoring our Sunday Derby
2024 Gambler's Choice classes are looking for sponsors. Let us know if you are interested
Visit our 2024 Show Photographer-Be Steadfast Photography-Josie Case to set up your show shoot.

2024 Spring Fling Horse Show Judges

Hunter/Jumper Judge

Kathryn Jones USEF “R” Hunter, “r” Jumper, Athens, GA

A long time equestrian, I have run my own riding stables since 1991, teaching all levels from beginner to USEF level competitors

 I currently am licensed by the USEF as a “R” Hunter and “r” Jumper Judge and enjoy judging all levels of horse shows.

I own and teach at Spring Break Farm in Watkinsville GA. specializing in the teaching of beginner and novice riders.

I am a member of USEF, USHJA, Georgia Hunter Jumper Association, and Athens Area Hunter Jumper Association

Open Show Judge

Marsha Henry OHSA, Fair Play SC

Marsha has over 40 years in the horse industry through raising and training American Quarter Horses. She held titles in AQHA, IBHA for 25 years and APHA winning championships in both English and Western. She has been a Judge for 17 years and holds an Open Judges Card through OHSA.

Marsha is the owner of M&K Quarter Horses in Fairplay, SC, is a certified riding instructor and is the founder of the Carolina Ranch Horse Association.  Her goal for the Equine Industry is to make confident horses and riders to the best of their ability. Marsha has been honored to do a lot in the Equine Industry and at this time in her life she wants to give back and help promote good horsemanship

Dressage Judge

Amy Grahn USDF “L” w Distinction, Six Mile, SC 

I graduated from the USDF Learner Program Judge with Distinction in 2002. I wanted to learn more about what judges were looking for and understand the USEF rule book descriptions better for gaits and movements. My local GMO at the time, Illinois Dressage and Combined Training Association (IDCTA) offered an L Program making access easy for me.

I competed at local, regional and national levels and achieved my USDF Bronze, Silver and Gold medals along with my USDF Bronze, Silver and Gold freestyle bars, and a USDF Diamond Achievement award in 2021. This endeavor took 16 years and four different horses to achieve.

 Over the years, I was active on the IDCTA board as President, Vice President and Secretary.

I moved to SC when my Husband and I retired in 2019 and built a house on Lake Keowee.

I enjoy helping riders with their test performance and try to give useful comments on movements and overall summary comment on their test sheets.