Southern charm and hospitality await
Many of America favorite equestrian communities are in the South. And warm weather is only part of the reason.
Elizabeth Taylor, Jackie Onassis, the DuPonts have all chosen Middleburg... for good reason.
Elegant Charlottesville was ranked the best place to live in the US in the book Cities Ranked and Rated.
Hunt country and a relaxed lifestyle where mild temperatures have drawn horse-lovers for decades.
A moderate climate -- highs in the 40s in the winter and the 80s in summer -- means that equestrian activities are possible twelve months a year.
A winter escape for affluent northern equestrians, Aiken is the perfect home year-round.
Lexington is widely known as the Horse Capital of the World. Can you picture yours grazing on that lush blue grass?
Georgia's warm climate and abundant rainfall make for lush horse farms. People enjoy the good life as well.
A town rich in history and culture, this charming southern city is vibrant and whimsical with an active equestrian community.