Legacy Academy Team
The Legacy Saddlebreds Academy Team is designed for students who want to take their riding to the next level and compete. We attend many Academy shows throughout the year, ranging from small local shows to the National Academy Finals. In Academy, students show Legacy Saddlebreds Academy horses and learn how to show in a safe and fun environment. To learn more about how to join our Academy Team, Click Here!
Many associations offer programs to recognize and celebrate the achievements of their riders and horses throughout the year. Using a standardized points systems, our riders are able to reach their full potential.
2020 Horse Show Results
2017*2018 ASAC High Point Academy Barn of the Year
2014*2019 ASAC RESERVE HIGH POINT ACADEMY BARN OF THE YEAR
Show Horse Magazine’s Best of Show Reader’s Poll
2016*2017 Academy Barn of the Year
American Saddlebred Horse Association (ASHA)
The American Saddlebred Horse Association (ASHA) aims to promote, improve, and protect the grace, intelligence, and versatility of the American Saddlebred, and to provide programs and services supporting our members, while fostering public awareness of the breed. The association offers many programs for children and adults that highlight their achievements in and out of the show ring.
United States Equestrian Federation (USEF)
The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) is the National Governing Body of Equestrian Sport in the United States. They offer programs for riders across breeds and disciplines, including the High School Equestrian Athlete Program.
American Saddlebred Association of the Carolinas (ASAC)
The American Saddlebred Association of the Carolinas (ASAC) is the North and South Carolina charter club of the American Saddlebred Horse Association. They offer High Point Award Programs to recognize the achievements of riders and horses in the show ring throughout the year.
Carolina Summer Circuit (CSC)
The Carolina Summer Circuit (CSC) was developed to encourage participation at smaller, Carolina-based horse shows and to establish goals for exhibitors and trainers. Their focus is to create a competitive environment where everyone can have fun working towards qualifying for one championship night at the end of the show season.