Follow Me:Vanoss Logo Shirts HERE: in the vid:H2O Delirious - http://bit.ly/191aKBEOhmwre. BigBadToyStore has a massive selection of toys (like action figures, statues, and collectibles) from Marvel, DC Comics, Transformers, Star Wars, Movies, TV Shows, and More. Legacy Stables is a 15-stall barn with padded stalls, feeder and hay racks. The barn was constructed with Southern Pine tongue and groove board throughout. All board fencing on horse safe wire with a top board in all the paddocks/pastures.
Our business, Legacy Stables, provides Riding Lessons, Birthday Parties, One-Time Rides, and ‘Own-A-Horse’ Camp. Riders of all ages and skill levels are sure to have a fun, safe, and educational ride!
Karin’s Horse Connection (also known as Therapeutic Horse Connection) is our 501 (c)3 non-profit, which offers Competitive and Recreational Vaulting, Adaptive Vaulting, and many other Therapeutic Programs.
We are so thankful that we are able to share our horses and ponies with you again! In response to Covid-19, we have made some modifications to our programs. Including implementation of several disinfecting and social distancing precautions. Please Wear a Mask. Keeping our customers and staff safe is our top priority!
Check out our NEW ‘Amazing Graze‘ Program! It’s FREE!
Thank you to everyone who was so supportive while we were closed. Click below if you would like to donate to our scholarship fund. These funds go to our 501(c)3, Karin’s Horse Connection, to help students in financial need make a healing connection with a horse.
All of our riding programs are structured around the same principle: to allow riders to build a holistic foundation of skills and close connection with a horse. We do this by teaching safety, proper riding and horse-care techniques both on and off the horse, how to communicate with your horse, and of course feeding a treat at the end!
Horsey Birthday Parties are a blast at Legacy Stables! We have horses of all sizes to meet the needs of all riders. They are all very gentle, well-trained, and love kids! Open to children ages 2 & up. Birthday Parties can take place year round, rain or shine since we have an indoor arena, indoor stabling and heated viewing rooms for those chilly days.
One-Time Riding for families, couples or groups of people looking to enjoy that human-horse connection. Come for 1 hour, brush your horse, ride in the indoor arena and outdoors if weather permits, and then feed your horse a treat at the end. Great for a special date, a family bonding experience, or to try out horseback riding like you’ve always wanted! Open year-round.
At Own-A-Horse-Camp you get to experience what it is like to own a pony or horse for an entire week. You will learn all aspects of horse care including feeding, grooming and stable management. And yes, you will have an opportunity to ride a horse every day! Open to children 6 and older, teenagers and adults.
Equestrian vaulting is a unique sport and an art form that combines dance and gymnastics on a moving horse. In addition to being a fun way to work with horses, vaulting promotes balance, confidence, strength and oneness with the horse. It builds horsemanship skills, artistic expression, teamwork, responsibility and more!
Therapeutic Horse Connection is our 501(c)3 non-profit which provides equine centered therapeutic programs open to people of all ages and abilities – everyone is welcome! We offer Adaptive Vaulting, Therapeutic Riding, a Farm Work Therapy program, and the opportunity for groups to come on Field Trips and experience the stables and ride the horses. And for those that may not physically be able to come to the stables, we can come to you with our certified therapy horse, ‘Peanut’!
Our Field Trip program offers 1.5 hours of hands-on horse fun which includes time with many different horses of all sizes and various stations to rotate through. In these stations students will get to tour the barn, learn how to groom a horse, how to be safe around them, and other fun facts. They will experience Riding, Vaulting, horsey games, and more!
We are excited to offer the “Amazing Graze” program! Spend 30 minutes holding a horse or pony while they graze in the fresh, spring grass. Use the time to enjoy nature, relax, reflect, and rest your soul. Small groups and plenty of room for social distancing! And equipment is disinfected between uses. A $10 value, but FREE for the month of May.
The mission of Karin’s Horse Connection and Legacy Stables is to share our passion for horses and enable anyone who seeks to experience the joy of the human-horse connection.
Top-ranked Clemson fought back from a mistake ridden first half to defeat Boston College 34-28 on Saturday.
Clemson found itself behind by as many as 18 points in the first half and was losing 28-13 at halftime. But it pushed back and shut out the Eagles in the second half to rally with 24 unanswered points.
The Tigers (7-0, 6-0 ACC) rode on the shoulders of senior Travis Etienne who amassed a whopping 264 all-purpose yards. Etienne finished the game with 20 carries for 86 yards and one touchdown. He also made himself valuable as a receiver with seven catches for 140 yards, including a 35-yard touchdown.
He continued his record-breaking season and was the recipient of the Leather Helmet Award given to the MVP of the Clemson-Boston College game. The running back won the award as a freshman in 2017, so after the game he passed the helmet to his quarterback who stepped up in the absence of starter Trevor Lawrence.
Uiagalelei finished the afternoon 30-for-41 passing for 342 yards and two touchdowns. The dual-threat quarterback added six rushes for 25 yards that included a 30-yard touchdown run that put Clemson within a touchdown at the time.
Etienne was impressed by the poise of his freshman quarterback and his ability to step up in the moment and lead the team to victory.
“D.J. is going to be great for us moving forward. He came out and was very cool, calm and collected just like in practice and showed the world what he has in store for the future,” Etienne said. “They sky is the limit for D.J..”
Etienne set the ACC record for career rushing yards as he passed NC State great Ted Brown and took sole possession of the FBS record for most games with a touchdown. He has scored at least one touchdown in 42 of his 50 career games.
The senior was impressed when he saw the announcement on the jumbotron but was more focused on finishing the game.
“It was an amazing moment, but we were still down at that point,” Etienne said. “So, we looked around and said we can’t get this great record with a loss. We were focused on getting the touchdown and moving forward with a win.”
Clemson travels to South Bend, Ind., next Saturday to face ACC-foe No. 4 Notre Dame.