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South Carolina Horse Expo takes place February 14

By Diego Flammini,

Valentine’s Day is coming and as always, men will be scrambling on February 13 to try and find a special gift that doesn’t obviously say “I bought this for you an hour ago”.

If that’s the case, is here to help.

The South Carolina Horse Expo will be held Saturday, February 14 at the SC Equine Park in Camden, South Carolina.

From 8:30 – 4:30, there will be a wide variety of equine-related activities and information sessions to attend including cowboy mounted shooters, reining and lancers.

For those who want to get a little close on Valentine’s Day, there is a free carriage ride and a stop by the vendor village where there will be newest equine-related products.

In addition, there will be a few sessions dedicated to horse health.

Dawn Graham will host various clinics focusing on chiropractic and acupuncture methods. Scott Wilson will talk about your horse’s teeth to make sure their teeth remain strong. Master farrier Mike Stine will discuss hoof care, because horse or not, everybody wants a comfortable pair of shoes.

Mike Kinsey from Start ‘em Right and Kinsey Horsemanship will provide a session revolving around behavioral analysis.

The show is being put on by the South Carolina Horsemen’s Council, a volunteer organization that believes “each and every person should feel the tenderness of a horse’s nose.”

A full map and schedule can be found at the SC Horsemen’s Council Website. Now you won’t be stuck for a Valentine’s Day gift and the next time someone looks at your horse you can say “look at my horse, my horse is amazing!”

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