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Eastern Pennsylvania is a great place for equestrian competition, with both local and recognized competitions occurring in the area nearly every weekend during the show season. Heart's Journey Stables in Wind Gap, PA is once again offering a series of dressage and combined training schooling shows for 2016, providing a fun and affordable competition for Pennsylvania equestrians.

Shows will be held on May 15, July 3, and August 14 this year, with tests for riders and horses of all levels. Dressage tests ranging from Leadline to 4th Level will be offered, as well as eventing combined tests from Beginner (crossrails) all the way to Preliminary. Riders will be able to accrue points towards ESDCTA awards and NPASS championships.

The shows at Heart's Journey are also affordable, with dressage tests costing $20 and combined tests $30. If you have a small business that you'd like to get more exposure, there are also advertising opportunities available in the show program. For more information and a prize list, visit: www.heartsjourneystables.com.

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

The Pocono Animal Rescue (PAR) has been helping large animals in need since 2000. After seeing a need for a large-animal specific rescue organization, a group of people formed PAR, and have since saved the lives of countless horses and other large animals.

To help support their rescue efforts, PAR will be holding a beer tasting event  as a fundraiser for the organization. Held on Saturday February 13th at the Mountain Creek Grill, the event will also include live music, raffles, and a souvenir glass for each attendee.

Tickets are $15 in advance, or $20 at the door. For more information, or to purchase tickets, call: (570) 424-6248, or email: poconoan@poconoanimalrescue.org

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

 

 Winter will soon be over and we'll all be riding again here in Eastern PA! As you anxiously await the start of spring's equestrian activities, now is a great time to take inventory of your tack and equipment. While you're waiting for the snow to melt, take the opportunity to figure out what equipment you need, and what you can stand to get rid of. If you're planning on putting your PA horse farm on the market this year, you have an even better incentive to clean out your tack room! 

Once you've determined what you can keep, what can go, and what you need to buy, be sure to visit the Northampton County 4-H Tack Swap. The event will be held on April 9, 2016 from 11am until 2pm at the Northampton County 4-H Center. If you have a lot of items to sell, you can reserve a table inside the building ahead of time. Outside tables will also be available on the day of the swap. Or, just come and shop for great deals on tack and equipment! Food will be available to purchase, but the club will not allow pets or live animals at the sale. 

The 4-H Tack Swap is sure to be a fun day and a great way to meet your fellow local equestrians! So come on out, clean out your tack room, and come ready with a shopping list! 

For more information on the Tack Swap or to reserve a table, contact Jan Martin: 610-837-7294 

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

 

 

As shocking as it may be, not everyone appreciates horses! A big part of owning a PA horse farm is being a good neighbor to surrounding property owners. That means making living next to your equine friends a pleasant thing instead of a headache. Especially if your neighbors are close to your barn, you'll want to take time to make sure that your horses aren't causing any kind of disturbance to others. This kind of consideration goes a long way to helping preserve our equestrian community and open spaces!

Maintaining your fencelines is important not only for the safety of your horses, but also for keeping shared property lines neat and tidy. Keep fences in good repair and be sure to mow and weedwhack along fences, keeping areas that face your neighbors cleanly mowed. Be sure that all of your horse fencing is intact and secure - few things turn people off of horses more than a loose horse in their garden.

Manure management is also critical in maintaining good relationships with your neighbors. Even if they are ‘horse people', most neighbors object to a large, smelly, out-of-control manure pile. Not only is a large manure pile unsightly and malodorous, it also attracts flies to the area, which are annoying no matter which side of the fence you're on. Be sure you are composting your manure properly in an out-of-the-way spot, or having it removed by a manure removal company on a regular basis.

As with all relationships, communication with your non-horsey neighbors is key. Keep in touch and be aware of how your horse keeping affects those around you.  Be considerate of your neighbors, and you'll be the most well-liked farm owner in your neighborhood!

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

 

 

Just before Christmas, there were several confirmed cases of the neurological strain of Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1) in a Bucks County, PA boarding barn, resulting in the deaths of four horses so far. The facility has been placed under state-sanctioned quarantine, and both state and local veterinarians are doing their best to contain the outbreak of this deadly virus. EHV-1 is highly contagious and often fatal, but there are steps you can take to keep your horses safe and your Pennsylvania horse farm free of disease.

The most effective and important thing you can do is practice good biosecurity protocol. If there is an outbreak in your immediate area, it is always a good idea to keep your horses home! Do not trailer or ride your horse to other facilities, and do not allow outside horses on your farm. In the case of EHV-1, two weeks is generally a safe time period to be on ‘lockdown', but if you are unsure of anything, call your vet. 

If you must travel to other farms, take care that you are not spreading any unwanted microbes. It's wise to change clothes and shower between barns, and to have separate footwear for each farm you visit. Bleach and heat both do a great job of disinfecting clothing and shoes, and it's simple to prevent the spread of infection just by keeping things clean.

It's also important to monitor your own horses closely, especially if they have been traveling or otherwise in contact with other horses from outside your home barn. Take temperatures frequently, and keep a close eye on your animals so that you can catch any changes in condition or behavior as soon as possible. If EHV-1 is in your area and your horse has a temperature greater than 101, call your vet immediately!

Even if there is no immediate threat of a deadly virus outbreak, good biosecurity protocol can help prevent these types of outbreaks from happening. When new horses arrive at your farm, it's always smart to quarantine them away from other animals for a short period of time. When you are out and about at shows, trail rides, or lessons, don't allow your horse to touch noses with strange equines.  Get your horses vaccinated on a regular schedule, and ask your vet about ways to keep your horses healthy.

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

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Are you seeking the perfect facility to relocate or expand your horse breeding program? Look no further than Dana Point Farm! This 60 acre equine paradise has everything an equestrian businessperson could desire. With a total of 52 stalls in 2 barns, 15 extensive pastures with run-in sheds and automatic waterers, an impressive office, and three separate living quarters on site, Dana Point Farm is a completely equipped equestrian property. An indoor arena attached to the stallion barn allows for exercise and turnout in inclement weather, and there is plenty of storage around the farm for all of your equipment and vehicles. 

Whether you are producing horses for racing or showing, Dana Point Farm is within convenient driving distance of major racetracks and showgrounds. With its proximity to Route 78, it's easy to get your horses wherever they need to go.

With nearly $1,000,000 in improvements having been made to the property, this farm is an incredible value at the current price of $1,115,000!

For more information, contact Cindy Stys today: 610-849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

 

Penn Vet's New Bolton Center in Kennett Square, PA is one of the nation's foremost equine veterinary hospitals. From routine exams to cutting-edge surgeries and diagnostics, New Bolton's vets work hard to keep Eastern PA horses healthy.

Among the many veterinary services offered here is care for pregnant mares and their foals. Mares prone to foaling complications are admitted to the hospital before giving birth, and babies born with ‘special needs' receive the treatment they need in the Neonatal ICU. These fragile infants need monitoring around the clock, and to help care for them New Bolton recruits volunteers to act as Foal Sitters during the foaling season. Foal sitters assist hospital staff in meeting the needs of newborn horses. 

If you would like to have a part in taking care of baby horses this winter and spring, you can apply to be a foal sitter at New Bolton Center. Night owls are particularly appreciated, as most mares tend to give birth in the middle of the night.  Foal sitters must be at least 16 years old, and can apply to volunteer by sending an email to: foalsitters@nicuvet.com.  Sitters will be assigned to one of three 8-hour shifts to be able to assist hospital staff 24 hours a day. Shifts begin in February and go through June, when foaling season ends.

As a foal sitter, you can expect to help out with holding foals upright when they lay down, helping staff members stand and turn foals, milking mares, monitoring equipment and alarms, changing bedding, cleaning equipment and facilities, and restocking treatment areas. No matter what duties you end up performing as a volunteer foal sitter, you'll be helping new equine babies get the very best start they can.

Foal sitting is a wonderful experience for students looking to study veterinary medicine, those interested in breeding, and anyone with horse sense and a willingness to stay up all night waiting for the chance to see a foal being born. If foal sitting sounds like a volunteer opportunity you'd like to take advantage of, contact New Bolton and apply today!

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

 

After a disappointing cancellation of the Pan American Endurance Championships, local rider Holly Corcoran moved on to compete in the North American Endurance Team Challenge. She rode her horse Poete, with student Emily Stemmler riding veteran endurance horse Faveur. While Holly chose to retire early on in the race due to Poete not feeling 100% sound, Emily and Faveur went on to finish 7th overall and contributed to a gold medal finish for their team! Congratulations to Emily! 

 

After the NAETC, Holly went on to compete Poete in the 50 mile race at the AERC National Championships in Virginia. This time her horse was feeling up to the challenge, and finished 10th overall, handling the rocky terrain with ease.  We wish Holly and Poete all the best for next season! 

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

• 3,840 sq. ft., 3 bath, 4 bdrm colonial - $1,375,000

 -  This spectacular, turn-Key, 21 acre horse property has everything an equestrian can ask for. Enter through the delightful Chester County horse country and turn on to your own automated gated drive. You will find a beautifully designed barn with attached indoor riding ring. And to your left, you will find a large, well designed 3,840 sq. ft. home. The home offers an over sized two car garage attached to large mudroom with laundry facilities and half bath. Continue into the eat-in modern kitchen that includes corian counters, double oven, gas cook top, oak cabinets and hardwood flooring. There is a large tiled florida room attached to a fully fenced yard. The kitchen opens to a huge living room with vaulted ceilings and wood burning fire place. Outside is a large wood deck with sunken hot tub. The first floor also offers a dining room, another half bath and large office area. The foyer leads you to the second floor with master suite including walk-in closets, master bath with imported tile flooring and a double shower. There is another full bath with tile floor and double sinks for use by the four nicely sized guest rooms. At the end of the hall, there is a large room/bedroom with office area with built in cherry cabinetry. There is a back hall staircase that lends itself to privacy for the extra room/bedroom area. Finally there is a third staircase leading to the fully expandable attic for third floor living space. And, don't forget the full basement with 9 foot ceiling height and egress. The basement is waiting for a man cave or media room. The barn includes an 80' x 150' indoor riding arena with geotextile equestrian footing, metal halide lighting, 11 1/2 12'x12' matted stalls with room for at least 4 additional stalls, wash stall w/ heat lamps, tack room, feed room, laundry room, bathroom and large hay storage area. Outside the barn is a 70'x 156' fenced arena with geotextile footing, 10 acres of fenced pastures with turnout buildings. Pastures include nelson waterer's and wood and wire fencing. The property is serviced by two wells. Barn bathroom has holding tanks which are pumped every two months. There are two generators, one for home and barn. There is nothing more you could ask for in an equestrian property.

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Full Care Stalls available $475 or Work off some of your Board!
Commonground Farm in Neola, Monroe County PA.
Exceptional full care facility offering 70x150 indoor ring with sand /rubber footing, outdoor ring, individualized feeding program, top quality hay, large pastures, 12 hour small group turnout
Quiet atmosphere. Bring your own trainer or use theirs!

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• 4,266 sq. ft., 4 bath, 4 bdrm two story - $2,100,000

 -  Grab the opportunity to own this fully-restored and thoughtfully redesigned stone farmhouse on 176 acres of bucolic and unspoiled land. The property includes a restored classic nineteenth-century stone bank barn in prime condition with stalls, workshop, newer windows and brand new roof; as well as an oversized 2-car garage and 1-bedroom apartment. A large, aerated, spring-fed pond; in-ground pool; woods; fields; fenced pastures and outdoor riding ring make this a sportsman or equestrian paradise – ideally suited for full-time living or weekend relaxation. The restored circa-1850s farmhouse offers many configuration options and many upgrades including modern eat-in kitchen, granite countertops, 4 full bathrooms, central A/C , 2 propane fireplaces and backup generator. Large decks, patios, ample indoor space and plenty of room for parking will offer endless possibilities for gracious entertaining. Enjoy a hike or ride to the upper part of the farm for gorgeous 180-degree views. This rare and beautiful property has to be seen to be fully appreciated.

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• 3,486 sq. ft., 3 bath, 4 bdrm other - $585,000

 -  This exceptional property has all the attributes one would require in a country estate. Both inside and out, the 1800’s character and timeless dignity are evident. The original stone and American Chestnut frame, dating from the mid-1800's, has been flawlessly renovated and boasts hard wood floors, open-beamed ceilings, deep windowsills, along with all of the original frame work for stall, and hayloft. The kitchen has all new appliances, granite counters and tile floor. The fam room has 14' high tray ceiling and propane fireplace. Look out the huge patio doors onto the hardwood patio with views of the pool, pastures and hot tub. The master bedroom suite boasts a sitting area, walkin closet, marble tile & shower with bidet, & soaking tub. Exterior is wood siding with newly painted 30 year paint. The entire 6 acres is fenced for dogs and horse. A second barn which was relocated from Copella, PA has room for 3 cars, horses, tack room, hay storage plus. Near Jacobsburg area forest.

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After purchasing your Eastern PA horse property, you may need to renovate or build a barn for your horses.  Here are some considerations to take to heart when constructing a home for your equines:

Ventilation is extremely important in a horse barn. Dust and ammonia odors can cause respiratory problems in horses, and a barn without sufficient airflow can become dank and unpleasant. Insufficient airflow can cause mold and mildew growth, which presents health problems for both horses and humans. Take care to consider whether or not your barn ‘breathes' enough - do stalls have windows as well as ground-floor ventilation? Are stall dividers solid, or do they allow air to circulate? A cupola on the roof of the barn will also help improve the ventilation.

It may be tempting to heat your barn in the winter months, but horses are cold-weather creatures, and can become too warm in a heated barn. Insulating your barn should do the trick to keep it more comfortable than the outside temperature without making your horses hot.

Horses are also extremely accident-prone! Take a good look at your barn with safety in mind, and note areas or objects that could cause injury. Features like narrow aisleways, low ceilings, small windows, and storage hooks at eye-level can all be hazardous. Stalls should be at least 10'x10', larger if possible, to prevent horses from getting cast while rolling. Safe flooring is also an important consideration. Concrete floors can be slippery, especially for horses with shoes. Cover concrete with rubber mats, or install rubber pavers for an attractive, safe floor. Dirt provides a very safe floor surface, but can be dusty!

If possible, constructing a quarantine area in your barn can be immensely helpful if one or more horses become sick. While a separate structure is best, an area of the barn that can be cut off from other horses can help prevent the spread of disease. New horses coming in to your facility can also be housed in the quarantine area before moving in with the rest of the herd.

Whether you are building a barn from the ground up or renovating an existing structure, safety and horse health are paramount concerns for PA horse property owners. Knowing that your barn is safe and healthy can provide you with the peace of mind to simply enjoy your horses without worry!

 

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

 

Owning a PA horse property comes with a lot of maintenance concerns, among them being weed control in pastures. If you use your pastures as a main source of forage for your horses, it's important to control weeds as much as possible so that pastures are nearly weed-free. If your pastures serve more as a "dry lot" turnout area, weed control is not as important since the animals are receiving hay instead of grazing on grass.

Fall is the perfect time to assess the weeds growing in your pasture, since they are at their tallest after a summer of growth and can be easily identified. Once you know what type of weeds are in your pasture, you can then formulate a plan to remove them. Don't know which plants to keep and which to get rid of? Contact your local branch of the Penn State Extension office to get help in identifying harmful weeds. 

PA horse property owners have several options when it comes to controlling weeds. The most basic way to prevent weeds from taking over your pasture is to maintain healthy grasses and legumes. If your pasture is planted thickly with quality forage, weeds have little space to grow. Frequent mowing can also greatly improve the health of your pasture by encouraging grasses to grow densely, and cutting down weeds before they have a chance to spread their seeds. 

However, if weeds have already taken over your pasture, an herbicide program may be warranted! Choose herbicides carefully, and understand when the best time is to use them. If weeds have already gone to seed, it's too late to use an herbicide! Broad-leaf weed killing chemicals will also eliminate beneficial legumes like clover, so be aware that you may be killing off desirable plants along with the weeds.

Once again, the Penn State Extension office can be of immense help in formulating an herbicide plan for your pastures, identifying weeds, and understanding the best way to reduce weeds in your area of Pennsylvania.

 

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

 The Devon horse show grounds in Chester County, PA is one of the most prestigious locations for equestrian competition on the East Coast, hosting the historic Devon Horse Show & Country Fair in the spring, and Dressage at Devon in the fall. It's almost time for this year's DAD festivities, and it's a can't-miss event for dressage enthusiasts in PA!

In addition to the competition classes normally held at the show, this year's competition will showcase special performances by the famous Lipizzaner Stallions, and exhibitions will be held during breaks between regular competition classes. Even "non horsey" friends and family are sure to enjoy these performing white stallions!

Also new for 2015 is the "Dressage With the Experts" program. Spectators will have the opportunity to purchase a special audio headset that will allow them to listen in on expert commentary during the show.  Being able to hear the input of top riders, trainers, and judges will be an unprecedented educational opportunity for those that choose to participate in the program.

As in years past, this year's Dressage at Devon will include both performance and breed competitions, offering ridden and in hand classes for dressage horses of all ages and levels. Foals destined to be future stars will be shown in the same ring as current Grand Prix veterans, providing a unique opportunity to see both the present and future of the sport.

There will also be top-notch shopping and dining - it wouldn't be Devon without it! Spectators can take a stroll through the vendor village and shop for everything from clothes to tack to home décor, and enjoy what has been voted the "Best Food On The Show Circuit".  A trip to Devon certainly isn't complete without a big, hot plate of Devon Fries!

Dressage at Devon begins next month, and will run from September 29, 2015 until October 4, 2015.  To purchase tickets, find schedule information, or apply to be a volunteer, visit the show website: www.dressageatdevon.org.

Eastern PA Horse Property Specialists – Call Us Today! ( 610) 849-1790

Our extensive knowledge of the eastern PA horse properties for sale market allows us to guide our clients intelligently. Whether you are looking to buy, sell or invest, we have one mission – to provide you with exceptional customer service throughout the entire transaction. We assist buyers and sellers within the following eastern Pennsylvania counties:

For sellers, we also offer property evaluations and have acquired the knowledge over the years of how to effectively perform an accurate market analysis of PA horse farms for sale, general farms and PA back yard horse properties. Please give us a call today or fill out our online contact form and let us know how we can best assist you with your eastern PA horse property real estate needs!

Cindy Stys, Broker/owner
The Premier Equine Realty Firm Serving Eastern PA
Tel.: 610-849-1790
720 Smith Hill Rd
Stroudsburg, PA 18360

 

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