Creek Plantation

Located on Savannah River, South Carolina​

Creek Plantation consists of nearly 14,000 acres and
encompasses three commercial enterprises: horses, cattle and timber.
 

Horses

Creek Plantation horses have been competing in rodeo and ranch horse competitions since the 1970’s

cattle

A commercial cattle operation, which consists of some 2200 commercial brood cows.

Timberland

Creek Plantation is home to 2526 acres of timberlands and open fields used for agriculture

In 1968, William S. Morris III of Augusta, Ga., acquired Creek Plantation, a tract of land near Martin, S.C., fronting on the Savannah River and comprising 2526 acres of timberlands and open fields used for agriculture. The plantation offered Billy Morris the opportunity to pursue a lifelong interest in horses and to begin breeding quarter horses.

In the mid-1970s, Billy Morris became interested in the sport of cutting, and was instrumental in founding the Augusta Futurity. Morris has maintained a consistent interest in cutting horses, and Creek Plantation has been fortunate to have had the services and help of outstanding trainers, among them Larry Reeder, Bill Riddle, David Stewart and Phil Rapp. Creek’s breeding program has produced numerous NCHA winners, including Splash of Gin, Wheeling Peppy, Miss Smooth Splash, Judge Tanquery, Shes Pretty Smooth, Gincoe and others.

Morris’ interest in animals isn’t limited to horses. He began building a commercial cattle operation, which consists of some 2200 commercial brood cows. In addition, Creek Plantation is home to a herd of registered Texas longhorns.

Over the years, Creek Plantation has been expanded with the acquisition of additional land, so that today it consists of nearly 14,000 acres and encompasses three commercial enterprises: horses, cattle and timber.