Seabrook Island Equestrian
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 and 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.
Rates & Reservations
All rides are guided, with a rider weight limit of 240 pounds, and require advance reservations. Choose from pony rides, scenic trail rides, and beach rides (scheduled based on the tides) at both the walking and advanced levels.
Contact the Equestrian Center for availability and reservations: 843.768.7541.
Walking Beach Rides
Member – $135 per person
Guest – $175 per person
*Gratuity not included
This ride is ideal for the beginner rider. No experience is necessary.
Our beach ride takes us to Captain Sams inlet on Seabrook’s North Beach. We often head out around low tide when our shorebirds, seabirds, and local stand-feeding dolphins are the most active. This is a great opportunity to see and learn more about our local and migratory wildlife!
Age minimum is 12 years old.
Scenic Trail Rides
Member – $63 per person
Guest – $105 per person
*Gratuity not included
Age minimum is 8 years old
Our scenic trail ride tours about three miles around the island’s interior. This ride is mostly shaded as we horseback through the maritime forests, tidal marsh, Drake Pond, and along the Seabrook Garden. The wildlife is very active in this area of the island. Depending on the time of year, we often see alligators, deer, birds, turtles, and much more. Our trail ride is a great opportunity to see Seabrook from a different perspective!
Member – $40 per pony
Guest – $65 per pony
*Gratuity not included
Ages 7 and under
Parent-led pony rides are available from 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM by appointment for children seven and younger.
Our pony ride is a 30-minute guided walk under the magnolias for our younger riders. Our ponies typically enjoy the rides as much as the kids do!
Ride & Reservation Requirements
All rides are guided and require reservations. In addition, please note the following:
*Required Riding Attire: Closed-toe shoes, long pants, and helmet (provided) must be worn at all times.
*Rates include tax but do not include gratuities.
*All reservations must be made over the phone.
*There is a 24-hour cancellation policy with the exception of inclement weather (rain/storms). We have cancellation lists and accept cancellations, but we need to know early enough to offer the available spaces to the next guests in line.
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 was born in 2004 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 confident natural on both beach and trail rides.
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.
Zeke is a registered Mustang with the BLM. His color is flea-bitten grey. He was born in Nevada in 2009. Shortly after, he was rounded up and moved to South Carolina, where he spent time trail riding and hog hunting. Zeke is great with all-age riders!
Silky is a registered Marsh Tacky and is Grulla in color. The Carolina Marsh Tacky Organization brands Silky and is a Carolina Heritage Horse. She has a fabulous mane and tail, and her legs have markings similar to a zebra. Getting the opportunity to meet and learn more about her breed’s history is an excellent opportunity for equestrians and historians alike.
Moon is a quarter horse with Tennessee walker in her. She is excellent with our younger riders! Moon and Trigger have lived together most of their lives and usually stay close by on rides and out in the pasture.
Dewey is a Quarter Horse bay in coloring. He has a dressage background and is shown under the name Dewey’s Zanza Bee Royal. He enjoys both the beach and the 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. Before 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. Her long stride and gentle disposition make her a joy on our beach walks and trails.
Trigger is a quarter horse, part Arabian, and bay in color. He enjoys attention and is confident on both the trail and beach ride.
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.
Belle is a Marsh Tacky. She was born in 2012, and her color is Grulla. The Marsh Tacky is the South Carolina Heritage horse. Belle thrives on the beach and loves her afternoon naps in the pasture.
Jack is a Tennessee Walking horse. He is noticeable by his long mane and tail. Jack previously participated in fox hunts and is brave on the trail and beach rides.
Rowdy is a Quarter horse registered under the name Country Cowboy. He grew up exploring trails from a young age. He is full of personality and confident on both the trail and beach ride.
Honors & Press
The Seabrook Island Equestrian Center features numerous honors and awards, and has been featured in various publications.