Meet the Horses
Emma is an Arabian mare. Her color is flea bitten gray. Emma does not like the water but, is a wonderful ride on the beach. She is very good with kids.
Fred is a registered Paint Horse. He is black with two back white socks. Fred is what we call a breeding stock paint, he has no coloring like your typical paint. He is a joy to ride on the beach or the trail.
Lacey Gold (Lacey) is one of our favorites. She is great on the beach, trail, and is one of our lesson horses. She is a registered American Paint Horse. She is always on the go whether it is a beach ride or a show.
Nick is a sorrel Quarter horse gelding. Nick has been with us for many years now. He is great for beginner riders of all ages.
Leo is a registered Paint Horse gelding. He is one of our beach and trail horses. If you are an advanced rider Leo is the horse for you. Leo is usually ridden English but, can be ridden western as well.
Danny is a Quarter horse/Morgan cross. His color is a deep chocolate brown.
Silky is a registered Marsh Tacky mare, the South Carolina state horse, which is considered an endangered breed. She is a great ride on the beach or a trail.
Fancy is a Quarter horse chestnut mare. She competed in Western pleasure before coming to Seabrook. Fancy is a perfect children's horse.
Jolly is a Palomino-draft cross. Don't let his short legs fool you, he is always on the move.
Domino is a Pinto gelding pony. He has been used for eventing and pony club. Domino is typically ridden by our guides.
Dewey is a bay quarter horse with lots of trail experience, but equally comfortable on the beach for novice and advanced riders alike.
Jazzy is a chestnut Quarter horse mare. This sassy girl has some pep in her step and is equally comfortable on the beach and trail, as both a guide and guest horse.