Camden, South Carolina. An established professionally designed equestrian facility of 113 acres provides an idyllic environment to train, show and breed horses of any discipline. The sprawling development with a gently rolling landscape is located in the historic Boykin community, set among other operating farms in a prime section of Camden’s horse country and ideal proximity to many area sporting and cultural events.
The farm improvements include: two dwellings, a 24-stall Kentucky style main barn with center breezeway and perimeter aisles, (3) out barns of 10, 6 and 4 stalls with individual paddocks, (10) 2-stall enclosed run-in sheds with individual paddocks, (10) large turnout paddocks, 4-bay equipment barn with garage doors, large hay barn with outdoor bays for drive-in trailer storage, detached equipment building located next to main barn and two race tracks; a 5/8 mile dirt track and a 1/2 mile grass track.
The Stables have been home to some of the nation’s leading race and show horses, including ‘Temperence Hill’, winner of the Belmont, The Travers, the first Super Derby in Louisiana and voted 1980 Champion Three Year Old. ‘Burst Of Light’, owned and trained at the farm, carried Patrick Valenzuela to his 4,000 th career victory.
With vision and some improvements from the new owner, everything is in place for a private equestrian estate for any discipline or personal retreat to call home.
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425 Baynard Boykin Rd, Rembert, Kershaw County, South Carolina