≡ Menu

Our Focus is meeting new horse people, and riding our horses on the trail. We schedule at least two trail rides each month, including overnight camping trips, hold special training clinics and work on trail development projects.


Monthly Meetings are open to the public and are held at a restaurant (without the horses!) where we usually host an educational speaker. Check the Calendar for time and location.


Upcoming Events and Rides: Check the Calendar for information on our upcoming special events, rides, and social activities such as our monthly meetings, picnics, and parties.


Join Us! Come to a meeting (check our Calendar), Contact Us We would love to get to know you and your horse.


Latest Stuff

RIDE LEADER NEEDED FOR SUNDAY 10/19

CCSC Riders at Beach Ride

CCSC Riders donate $2690 to the American Heart Association at Beach Ride

Larry Casey Donates $100 Toward Becker Sling

Check Out New Member Chris Barge’s Trailer Business

Express Trailer Solutions offers a mobile trailer service . Don't have time to leave your trailer at the shop? They will come to you!

BCHNWG camp and ride June 28-29

Lost horse at Dawson

Welcome New Members Jo Ann Hartin, Kris Hall, Chris Barge, Carolyn Attaway

Jo Ann Hartin is from Atlanta. Kris Hall and Chris Barge are from Canton. Carolyn Attaway is from Mzarietta […] Read More

Welcome New Members Audrey Aiken and Chase Grizzle

Audrey is the instructor/trainer at Hawkridge Farms

Member Carolyn Stambough Is Now Selling Horse Properties

Carolyn, who owns Horses From The Ground Up, is now a licensed real estate agent specializing in horse properties.

Welcome New Member Susan Harris

Alpharetta Considering Closing Wills Park Equestrian Center

Alpharetta is considering closing the Wills Park Equestrian Facility.

Check Out New Horse Business: Horse Trailer Supply

Update on A H Stephens Ride

No stalls available but plenty of horse campsites.

Quarterly Meeting of the Garland Mountain Committee

Click here to find out the latest developments at Garland Mountain.

Welcome New Members Pam and Tim Moody

Support Federal Bill S1406 The Prevent All Soring Tactics (PAST) Act

Bill S 1406 would amend the Horse Protection Act to end the industry's failed system of self-policing, and ban practices such as applying caustic chemicals to a horse’s hooves and legs or the use of heavy chains and inappropriate shoeing, all of which are implicated in the practice of soring. It would also strengthen penalties, and make other reforms needed to finally end this torture.

Check Out Casey Richards, Farrier

Casey Richards is a new CCSC member. He is the owner of Foothills Forge Farrier service. His business is now listed in our section called Local Horse Businesses under Farriers. Casey has been in business for fifteen years and is a 2000 graduate from Kentucky horseshoeing school. He offers a professional service for your equine […] Read More

CCSC Volunteers at Mountain Goat Adventures Run at GM

A $500 dollar donation was made to the Cherokee County Saddle Club from Mountain Goat Adventures.

Thank You From Mountain Goat Adventures

Welcome New Members

Elaina Schmersey, Shawn Schmersey, and Annie Huntington Maria Melendez, Ezeka Melendez, and Jim Fuller Daniel and Barbara Folwell Casey Richards Donald and Shirley Cox Carolyn Evans Larry and Debra Casey […] Read More

Fun Trail Obstacle Challenge

March 22. Sponsored by Fancy Mount Farm

Hoofables Is A Very Cool Horse Gifts Site

Check It Out

Welcome New Member Casey Richards

Welcome New Members Elaina and Shawy Schmersey and Annie Huntington

Welcome New Members Daniel, Barbara, and Savannah Folwell