Website | Tumblr | Album
w e l c o m e
Nestled serenely in the golden and green forests of South Carolina, Rosemoore Orchards is home to roughly 70 acres of green land, with the facilities and knowledge to house some of the best horses in the country. We train using classical English riding, with horse breeds that consists of the Dutch Warmblood, Thoroughbred, some Sport horses and the Hanoverian. While our primary focus is Hunting and Eventing, we do some Polo matches, relaxed competitions and games with our ponies / retired horses. First starting out as a family named farm, Rosemoore has grown and expanded our knowledge and have some of the best trainers and riders on our team.
Founded in 1978 with Spanish heritage, although our stable is small we still strive to be the best of the strongest and carry on with the fire in our hearts.
In the late 1800's into early 1900's, Rosemoore was at first a small family farm owned by Richmond Rosemoore and his Spanish wife Maria Garcia. They were locally known for their vineyard and winery, and their Rosemoore Manor Hall passed down in their family heritage. In the gathering weeks of the summer, they used some of their large sport horses and carts to harvest their crops. Over the passing years the large Rosemoore family shared their knowledge of horses and began their own breeding line. This introduced them to lots of business and succeeded well in their horses. As the 1950's came along the tractor became a big hit, as it's peak year was around 1951. The tractor gave farmers lots of benefits, as the horse and cart method slowly sank into extinction. However Rosemoore's passion for horses did not end there. They carried on their breeding line and soon bought a large stable in the country of South Carolina, they moved and began to refurbish the stables. The couple years that passed they soon needed the money to carry on; a family member then suggested competing with their horses. This was a successful move. Rosemoore Farm's new title as Rosemoore Orchards carried on from 1978 into the 21st century.
Our facility houses three stables, all containing 8 main stalls and 3 extras (tack and feed rooms included), an indoor arena, 4x outdoor arenas, 4x 6 acres pastures for our horses to graze, a cross country course, several trail rides and a small beach. Home to 70 acres of land we hope to expand and grow.