New! EQUI-FITNESS now at Carolina Country Acres
- Strengthen and work your core, inner and outer thighs and calves.
- Increase cardio function and endurance.
- Improve your balance , posture and confidence.
Above all enjoy spending your work out time with beautiful horses adding a unique twist to your regimen! Find out more
Attention New Riders!
Your first lesson is FREE when you buy a lesson package!
- 1/2 hour private & semi-private lessons and 1 hour group lessons are available.
- Classes for children and adults of all ages
- Beginner to advanced – any level
- Private lessons for those students beginning to canter are the same rate as semi-privates.
Great day at the Eddie Federwisch clinic!
Thanks to all our students who came out today and to ride in the clinic with Eddie Federwisch. In 2013 he was hired as director of the equestrian studies program at Savannah College of Art and Design. Before that he coached the Virginia Intermont College and coached them to win 16 national riding titles including 3 IHSA National Championships, 3 Intercollegiate Dressage Association National Championships, 1 American National Riding Commission National Championship, 9 Overall Tournament of Champions Series titles, 5 IHSA Zone Championships, 8 Reserve Championships, and 13 IHSA Regional Championships. Eddie is a USEF “r” judge, who is frequently found judging IHSA and NCAA horse shows.
UNCC Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Equestrian Team
Santiago – 6 year old 16.2 bay imported Dutch Warmblood – for lease only
If you are interested in something that fits you perfectly, visit our Sale and Lease page or text Alicia at 704-763-3113
The next meeting will be Sunday, Sept 21 from 3-4:30. Please contact Shannon Habenicht at [email protected]. *Attendees can be Kindergarten to 5th grade and current CCA students. Please be on time for drop off/pick up. This group meet’s one Sunday a month for 1.5-2 hours as a way to give our young riders more time around horses, but also give them an opportunity to build great barn buddy friendships, which goes ‘hoof and hoof’ with riding horses! Pony Pals does not include horse back riding, but some activities include lungeing demos, learning how to braid horses for shows, relay races, riding demos, grooming time, treasure hunts around the barn, and more. As the group continues to grow and bond, there are lots of exciting things ahead. There is no monthly fee to attend, though sometimes $2 may be required for snack. Riders are asked to wear boots and come prepared to have a fun time! There are two adult Pony Pal coordinators at every event – Shannon Habenicht (her daughter, Finley, rides at CCA) and Kelli Lyons (her daughter, Grace, also rides at CCA).