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Aiken Trials

March 15, Gates open at 10 a.m.
Aiken Training Track, Aiken

Begun in 1942 as a way to give young horses in training the enlightening opportunity to experience every aspect of live racing, the Aiken Trials has become a time honored tradition as the first leg of Aiken’s Triple Crown events, held annually for three consecutive Saturdays in March. There are six races on the program consisting of five races for two year olds and maidens (horses that may have started in a race, but have never won), running a ¼ mile to 4 ½ furlongs, and one race for older horses that have already won. The jockeys are local exercise riders who have an afternoon in the spotlight after paying their dues exercising horses each morning (in all weather) throughout the year. Occasionally a trainer has brought in a licensed jockey to compete; making some exciting competition for the exercise riders! Please visit www.aikentrials.com for more information.

 

Oyster Roast...Down by the River

March 27, 6 p.m.
The Chickawa Outdoor Center in the Saluda River Club

Juicy oysters anchor this lively spring event at the national award-winning Saluda River Club. Live music, libations, and an array of food have made it one of the most popular in the area. It’s fun, it’s fantastic, and it’s the Chamber’s premiere event. This year’s 5th annual Oyster Roast...down by the river. Features steamed oysters, libations, music and more!