Courtney Conger combines a lifetime of equestrian activities with a 30-year career in Real Estate. For many years, she has served on the Board of Trustees of the Hitchcock Foundation, which owns and manages The Hitchcock Woods. Courtney also serves on the City of Aiken's Equine Advisory Committee and the Aiken Chamber of Commerce's Equine Steering Committee. If horses are a way of life for you, call Courtney for information on fine homes, estates and horse farms in Aiken, South Carolina's oldest sporting community.
Originally a Winter Colony of international sporting enthusiasts, Aiken is now one of the country's most important equestrian centers with facilities for trail riding, fox hunting, polo and year-round training of race horses and sport horses of all disciplines. The largest urban forest in the country, Aiken's Hitchcock Woods, is at the heart of the village, its 2000 acres laced with more than 65 miles of pine scented, sandy trails.
Aiken also features golf, tennis, excellent shopping and dining, cultural activities, a regional medical center and a four-year university. It is served by airports in both Columbia, South Carolina and nearby Augusta, Georgia.