The Paradise Farm Horse Trials are held three times a year in Aiken, South Carolina (Area III) in February, May, and October and offer Starter through Preliminary level competition. Paradise Farm is also a full-service schooling facility that is open year-round for cross-country, dressage, and show jumping schooling as well as conditioning and hacking.
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Lellie Ward’s Paradise Farm is a popular training and competition site in Aiken, S.C., and home to a number of benchmark horse trials throughout the year. This year, the farm gained an unlikely mascot in the form of a precious, pink-nosed ball of fuzz that has quickly collected a fan club both in the Aiken community and on Facebook.
Jan Byyny riding her own Dutch Warmblood gelding, Why Not, lead from start to finish in the Open Preliminary-A division at Paradise Farm Horse Trials in Aiken, SC. Jan and Why Not added only 2 time penalties to finish on a score of 27.9. Arden Wildasin took the top two spots in the JYOP while Jennifer Brannigan and Indie won the Open Preliminary-B division and Candace Tribe earned the blue in the Preliminary Rider Division.