Seabrook Island Equestrian
Our full-service Equestrian Center features one of the few beach rides on the East Coast and caters to riders of all skill levels with guided trail rides, pony rides and riding lessons.
The Club’s Equestrian Center at Seabrook Island helps define the unique lifestyle enjoyed by island residents. The center features spacious pastures, three miles of trails and modern facilities that include 42 stalls—perfect for long-term monthly boarding—for both residents as well as non-residents. Our experienced staff is ready and able to look after you and your horse’s every need.
2313 Seabrook Island Road, Johns Island, SC 29455
Hours: Open Monday – Saturday, 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM / Closed Sunday
Our full-service Equestrian Center features one of the few beach rides on the East Coast and caters to riders of all skill levels with guided trail rides and pony rides.
Lessons & Boarding
Private instruction is available from our professional staff. Monthly or long-term boarding is also available. Contact the Equestrian Center for details.
Meet Our Horses
Sam is 18 years old bay and was originally a wild BLM (Bureau of Land Management) mustang. Sam took part in the Mustang Makeover challenge, spending many years exploring the trails and National Parks of the Northwest before arriving at Seabrook. He is a confidant natural on the both the beach and trail.
Scooby, is an 18 year old, Red Roan, Quarter Horse. He is very gentle and easy to ride on the trail, and loves playing in the waves on the beach. Scooby is perfect for all level riders.
Leo is a Paint Horse registered under the name Paint The Moon. His is sorrel in color with markings over his entire body and white face. He particularly loves the beach and is easily recognized wherever he goes.
Silky is a registered Marsh Tacky and is Grulla in color. Silky is branded by the The Carolina Marsh Tacky Organization, and is a Carolina Heritage Horse. She has a fabulous mane and tail, and her legs have markings similar to those of a zebra. Getting the opportunity to meet and learn more about her breed’s history is a great opportunity for equestrians and historians alike.
Jolly is a Palomino-draft cross and full of personality. He is a regular on the trail and always brings a smile to our staff and riders.
Dewey is a Quarter Horse bay in coloring. He has a dressage background and showed under the name Dewey’s Zanza Bee Royal. He enjoys both the beach and trail. With his ombre mane and highlights you can tell he is an island native.
Lady is a Chestnut Quarter Horse with a striking white blaze and tiny white dots on her back. Prior to joining our herd she worked as an English lesson horse.
Ellie is a bay Oldenburg and the tallest horse in our herd. She is a trained dressage horse with many show miles under her belt. With her long stride and gentle disposition she is a joy on our beach walks and trails.
Jazzy is an American Paint Horse, chestnut in color. With a cutting background, Jazzy is comfortable on all the rides, but excels with our experienced Western riders.
Baby is a Quarter Horse. She is Buckskin in color with a white star on her forehead. Baby is an island girl growing up right here on Bohicket Creek. She is a natural on our beach and trail.
Cricket is a chestnut Welsh pony. Cricket joined our pony program after a successful career in the hunter show ring.
Honors & Press
The Seabrook Island Equestrian Center features numerous honors and awards, and has been featured in various publications.