The SCUEC Hunter Pace & Trail Ride is scheduled for Saturday, April 27, 2019.
The Pace is expected to be approximately 9 miles long, Trail Ride will be 6-7ish miles!
SCUEC is trying something new this year and offering a “mini trail ride”. This ride will be approximately 3 miles long, a great alternative for a young horse, out of shape horses, and anyone not ready to spend too much time in the elements!
Be sure to join us!
For additional details click on the Western Carolina Hunter Pace and Trail Ride Series.
Keep a check on this page and our FB page for further updates.
For last minute weather related questions contact Kathy at 864-275-9842
(day before or morning of ride only)
*** We send out regular email updates about our rides but due to anti-spam measures, some do not get our emails. We are also posting updates on Facebook. If you have a Facebook page, please send a Friend Request to our account and you should see our regular updates.
Many thanks to everyone who participated either as a competitor or volunteer at the SCUEC Hunter Pace & Trail Rides over the past years. Hope to see you on the trails this year!
Fant’s Grove Trails System is just outside of historic Pendleton, SC. It is part of the Clemson University Experimental Forest which is 8,000 acres of protected woodland.You will travel well maintained, clearly marked trails through forests & fields.
SCUEC is dedicated to the upkeep and improvement of these trails.
The Jan. 13, 2018 Clemson Hunter Pace and Trail Ride was a great ride! It started out cold but turned into a lovely sunny day by 11 am. Trails were mostly solid with only a couple of soggy spots. Our Hunter Pace leaders chose these trails because they are so ridable in all kinds of weather.
Everyone that participated had a good time and thanks to so many wonderful volunteers that provided the best food.
Visit our Gallery Page for more pictures of the ride.
If you are interested in more information about the Fant’s Grove Trails, follow this link: https://www.sctrails.net/trails/trail/fant-s-grove
FRIENDLY REMINDER: Organized events on Clemson University trails require a permit from the Forest Manger, Russ Hardee. Please pass this requirement along to those you know who may be considering a trail event. We must be considerate of this benefit of the beautiful trails that Clemson allows us to use! To obtain a permit for a trail event, contact Russ at firstname.lastname@example.org