Equestrians all over the globe are waiting with great anticipation for the 2014 World Equestrian Games, scheduled to take place in Normandy, France August 23-September 7, 2014. Riders, drivers, and vaulters from across the world will be competing at this huge equestrian event, which features all 8 FEI-sanctioned disciplines. In the world of equestrian sport, this event iseven bigger, more important, and more competitive than the Olympics. August may seem like a long way off, but for the riders hoping to secure a spot on team USA, preparations have already begun.
This year, the selection trials for theUS Dressage Team will be hosted once again at the historic United States Equestrian Team headquarters in bucolic Gladstone, NJ on June 5-8, 2014. Grand Prix dressage riders will becompeting not only for the national champion title, but also for a ticket to France. Each rider will complete a Grand Prix, Grand Prix Special, and Freestyle test, and the top-placed combinations will be named to the Team. Horse and rider combinations must first qualify at Gladstone by achieving severalhigh scores at international-level competitions, ensuring that those who make it to the Selection Trials are the United States’ best and brightest. It’s sure to be a thrilling weekend of dressage!
The best part of this exciting event is that it’s also open to spectators. Dressage enthusiasts can come for one day, or all four days of competition and enjoy watching the best horses and riders our country has to offer. It’s a fantastic educational opportunity for the amateur dressage rider, horse-crazy kid, or anyone who enjoys learning something new about horses and horse sport. The beautiful grounds at Gladstone are sure to be decorated to the hilt, and the atmosphere at the historic equestrian mecca is something thatsimply has to be experienced. In between rides, spectators can browse the vendor area and pick up a souvenir of their time at the USET, or purchase some new riding breeches or tack.
The Gladstone, NJ facility has been home to several Selection Trials in the past, and has become known for putting on a fantastic dressage show.Competitors and spectators alike look forward to travelling to the beautifulNew Jersey countryside for this special event. After the Trials, those who make the cut will be able to train at Gladstone until departing for France.
For more information, parking prices, etc, stay tuned to www.uset.org as the event approaches.
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Autumn 2013 has flown by, and December is already upon us. If you’re thinking of putting your PA horse farm up for sale, your first instinct might be to wait until springtime to list.
The weather is warmer, the grass is greener, and spring is the “right” time to list, isn’t it? As a seller, you may want to reconsider that strategy.
While it’s true that many properties aren’t as attractive dressed in a wintery grey, it’s also true that serious buyers come out of the woodwork in wintertime. Casual buyers may choose to peruse in the warmer months, but buyers who are adamant about a purchase will continue their search no matter what the weather, so it behooves you to list your horse property in the fall or winter months. Serious buyers are also able to see how well the land drains and how a farm copes with snow and rain. Winter can be a great time to show your PA horse farm! And if your farm is a working facility, the down-time that winter provides can make showing your property much less stressful than it would be in the heat of the competition season.
Buyers should also not stop their search for the wintertime with the thought that fewer horse farms for sale in PA will be available. Since winter is a time when only the most serious buyers are searching, there is less competition for available properties. This gives winter buyers a better chance of having their offer accepted. And winter weather can give buyers the chance to really see “the good, the bad, and the ugly” when it comes to horse farms. Foul weather will reveal areas where mud is an issue, water pipes that tend to freeze, and places where local wind patterns can create snowbanks; all problems that can be hidden in the spring and summer when the weather is mild.
Statistics also show that the commonly-held belief that properties don’t sell in the winter is just not true! Last year, November and December had some of the HIGHEST numbers of sold homes in the Poconos, the end of this year looks promising for the Pocono area as well:
September 2012 - 134 homes sold
September 2013 - 186 homes sold
October 2012 - 141 homes sold
October 2013 - 172 homes sold
Numbers for November and December aren’t in yet for this year, but judging by last year’s January and February numbers, Pocono homes will be selling again this winter!
January 2012 - 103 homes sold
January 2013 - 121 homes sold
February 2012 - 80 homes sold
February 2013 - 119 homes sold
Whether you’re a buyer or a seller, don’t discount wintertime when it comes to equestrian real estate! Reduced competition is a boon for buyers, and sellers can rest assured that winter brings with it fewer ‘tire kickers’.
This time of year can be a great time to buy and sell PA horse farms!
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Eastern Pennsylvania is the place to be for those who are dreaming of farm ownership. Whether you are looking for a place to grow crops or raise animals, there are farms for sale in PA that fit the bill. Many farms are available for sale in eastern PA, but some of them stand out among the rest.
One such farm is located on Route 183 in the rural town of Bernville, PA. Its 43 acres are mostly open, and feature rolling hills, flat areas, and even a stream that runs across the property. Perfect for watering livestock! But what really sets this PA farm apart is the two historic stone houses that sit on the land. The larger house has been recently renovated with new windows, carpeting, an updated kitchen, fresh paint, an updated bathroom, and new vinyl siding. Its rooms are bright and sunny, and feature beautiful old-fashioned wide windowsills. You can move right in while you work some creative magic on the smaller stone house, which has been untouched and is ready to be restored into a cozy country retreat or guest house. There’s even the possibility of building something new in the upper field, which boasts beautiful views of the surrounding countryside.
The large barn has unlimited possibilities as well! Use it for storage, or transform it into housing for animals, or even a garage. It will certainly complement whatever you decide to do with the land.
Currently, much of the acreage on this farm is successfully being used for hay production. This can be continued, or the land can be used for other crops. Not interested in crop farming? How about livestock? The 40+ acres are well-suited to horses, cattle, sheep, goats, chickens, or other animals. It’s a great spot for a potential equestrian center as well, with plenty of room for grazing, cross-country riding, and conditioning work.
Whatever your intended use, this exceptional acreage can work for you. And at a recently reduced price of $425,000, it’s an opportunity you can’t afford to miss! Contact a real estate professional at CSEP to schedule a showing of this versatile farm for sale in PA.
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Cindy Stys | Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, Ltd | 610-849-1790
13+ Acre Horse Farm
9322 Richmond Rd, Bangor, PA 18013
Year Built: 1900
Sq Footage: 2228 sqft.
Bedrooms: 4 Beds
Bathrooms: 2 Baths
Parking: 3 Garage
Laundry: In Unit
Lot Size: 596336 Square Feet
Property Type: Single Family House
Affordable 18 stall horse farm only 74 miles from NYC !
Main stable consists of 14 box stalls
wash stall with hot & cold water
2nd barn, located in one of the paddocks, has 3-4 stalls & can be used as run-in shed – perfectly situated for a quarantine barn.
4 fenced paddocks + 1 large pasture.
Small round exercise track
Bank barn stores hay & has lower level goat pens.
With rather simple excavations a riding ring can be built in one of the paddocks.
Well kept 4 bedroom home offers delightful country kitchen with breakfast bar, dining room, homey living room with 2+ year old wood stove, spacious laundry room and 2nd floor sitting room. Handy attached 1 bedroom apartment with living room, kitchen & full bathroom. Perfect for barn manager or in-laws. Large deck overlooks rear yard and above ground pool.
- Living room
- Dining room
- Stove / Oven
- Off-street parking
- Garage - Detached
Contact info: Cindy Stys
Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, Ltd
Posted: Nov 25, 2013, 2:02pm EST
Live on 70+ acre Equestrian Estate
• 2,500 sq. ft., 3 bath, 3 bdrm 2 story
- Heat & electric included
New Tripoli, Lynn
Exceptional rental opportunity - read on! Rustic spacious home with open concept enhanced by numerous windows capturing glorious panoramic views! Gorgeous woodwork throughout, soaring cathedral ceilings and hard wood floors on main level. Wrap-around porch and breezeway that leads to garage. Nicely finished basement with 2 bedrooms. No bedrooms on main floor, 3rd or master bedroom is on 2nd level. New refrigerator & microwave.
Due to the floor plan and open staircase this home is not appropriate for family with small children.
Whoever has the good fortune of renting this unique home will have their heat & electric included in the monthly rent.
Owner is seeking tenant with some equestrian experience as there may be opportunity to take care of owner's horses from time to time in exchange for portion of rent being reduced. Possible stall(s) or pasture board may be available for additional fee(s) for tenant's horse(s).
Tenant will be responsible for lawn mowing of approximately 1+ acre around house.
Rental is for house only - not for the land although tenant will enjoy the 70+ exquisite acres of rolling pastures surrounding this home. Owner is currently transforming this property into what will be a first-class equestrian facility.
Pets are at the discretion of the owner and will require an additional $500 pet deposit.
Interested parties will need to submit rental application, credit report, and proof of income. Nominal fee paid directly to credit report company.
Looking for a fun event to attend this spring, and want to help animals in need?
Look no further! Last Chance Ranch Animal Rescue, based in Quakertown, PA, is hosting a fundraiser gala on March 22, 2014. Attendees will enjoy cocktails, hors d'ouvres, music, and a silent auction. Funds raised will go towards Last Chance Ranch's efforts to save dogs, cats, horses, and other animals in need. Over 1000 animals are rescued by LCR each year, and by attending the gala you can help save even more lives. There are also sponsorship opportunities available for individuals and businesses who would like to make a donation.
Tickets for the gala are $95 each, and sponsorships are available at several different levels.
For more information, or to donate or register, visit: https://interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/weblink.aspx?name=lcranch&id=10.
We hope to see you there!
If you’re on the fence about buying a home, now may be the time to jump off!
Interest rates have been sitting at all-time lows for a while now, but as the housing market recovers we can expect to see interest rates rise as well. Market experts at realtor.com
anticipate that mortgage rates will climb near 5% by the end of the year.
Fall can also be a great time to buy a home, since there are fewer competing buyers than in the busy spring and summer seasons. Plus, you’ll have access to homes that may soon become unavailable when some sellers take them off the market for the winter.
In short, right now is an ideal time to purchase real estate. To get started, talk with a mortgage professional and one of the agents at Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties. We can help you figure out the best course of action, and guide you through the process of buying a property. There’s no time like the present!
Your dream has come true; you’ve just bought your very own Eastern PA horse property! But with that property comes the responsibility of taking good care of your land, pastures, and arenas, and that requires some special equipment.
So what are the necessary tools needed for property maintenance, and how much can you expect to spend?
The most-used pice of equipment on any horse property is a tractor. Tractors come in all shapes, sizes, and strengths; and the type of machine you purchase will depend on just how much work you expect it to do. Most “at home” horse farms can get by with a 25-45 horsepower tractor for general mowing and maintenance as long as you also purchase implements that aren’t too big for your machine to handle. Even if buying used, expect to spend several thousand dollars on a tractor.
For a property that might need some serious clearing, your best bet is to purchase or borrow a Brush Hog or similar rotary mower. This piece of equipment will power through thick brush, tall shrubs, and vines, and get your overgrown pastures looking presentable. A Brush Hog is also a great choice for properties that have rocky or uneven areas, as the blades are designed to be more durable than the average mower. New, these mowers can cost between $1,400 - $1,600.
Even if your pastures aren’t overgrown, they still need mowing! Horses prefer to eat young, tender grass, and will often graze the same areas while leaving others to grow, making for an unsightly turnout area. Mowing frequently encourages the grass to grow evenly, and horses are more likely to graze the entire pasture if it’s made up of tasty young shoots. A finishing mower will do the job here, and though it costs more than a Brush Hog at around $2,000, it’s the best tool for keeping grass tidy.
If your horse property also includes a riding arena, you’ll need to maintain it to help your footing last as long as possible. Thankfully, there are a lot of options! One of the most inexpensive is a home-made chain drag. By affixing a length of chain-link fence to a pipe, and then anchoring the pipe to your tractor with a chain, you can make an effective arena grooming tool. You can also purchase a spring-tooth or drag harrow, which can do double-duty spreading manure in your pastures as well.
With the right tools, managing a horse property can be simple and satisfying, and make your farm a beautiful place to be.
$275,000 , 5 bedrooms, 1 full baths,
0 half baths, 1,340 square feet
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Cindy Stys | Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, Ltd | (610) 849-1790
4350 Lehigh Dr, Walnutport, PA
18 Acre Farmstead
5BR/1BA Single Family House
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offered at $275,000
|Year Built ||Unspecified |
|Sq Footage ||1,340 |
|Bedrooms ||5 |
|Bathrooms ||1 full, 0 partial |
|Floors || 2 |
|Parking || Unspecified |
|Lot Size ||18 acres |
|HOA/Maint ||$0 per month |
|Calling all ambitious buyers and/or handymen - 18 acre farmstead with nice land which is level to rolling with open fields and wooded areas. Most of acreage is open. Lehigh township is horse/livestock friendly and would allow 30+ 1000 lb horses (buyers must verify with zoning officer) as long as requirements are met. 5 bedroom farmhouse, Dutch style 8 stall barn, bank barn with 3 stalls, milk house and chicken house are all in need of considerable repair. Possible to live in farmhouse while restoration takes place. Shared driveway. |
Property includes 2 parcels: J3 1 6A 0516 & J3 14 0516
Beautiful scenic area, close to Blue Mt. Ski resort and 5 minutes to shopping. Shared driveway.
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|see additional photos below |
||- Dining room
||- Storage space
||- Ceiling fans
OTHER SPECIAL FEATURES
|- 8-Stall Dutch-Style Barn|
|- Bank Barn|
|- Chicken House|
|- Milk House|
Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, Ltd
For sale by agent/broker
Posted: Oct 31, 2013, 5:24am PDT
It seems that the leadership of new eventing Chef d’Equipe David O’Connor is starting to pay off for Team USA. This past weekend, a team of US riders competed at the Pau CCI**** event in France; a competition that pitted them against some of the best event riders in the world. Among the eventers riding for the USA was West Grove, PA resident Phillip Dutton who rides and trains right here in Eastern PA.
Phillip and his mount Mr. Medicott put in a lovely dressage test on the first day of competition to sit in 7th place - an excellent result that gave Phillip high hopes for the rest of the event.
On Saturday the pair cruised around the cross country course, clearing every jump with just 0.4 time penalties, and making it look easy. Both Phillip and Mr. Medicott are very experienced at the 4-star level, and their combined skill had them sitting pretty in 4th place after cross country day. Incredibly, British rider William Fox-Pitt held 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place rankings on the three horses he brought to Pau!
In the sport of eventing, it all comes down to the show jumping phase on the final day. Everything can change with just a few downed rails. William Fox-Pitt surprisingly had 7 fences down between his three mounts, but still managed to clinch first and third place. Phillip had two rails down, but it was good enough to hang onto fourth. Perhaps with more results like this, the USA will begin to work their way up to being an international powerhouse in eventing once more.
Congratulations, Phillip! It’s always exciting to see Pennsylvania represented on an international stage!
Horseback riding can be a dangerous sport, especially for riders who trail ride or ride alone. Accidents happen, and the developers of the Ride Alert System have come up with a way to quickly contact friends, family, and barn staff in case of an emergency.
The Ride Alert phone app is one part of the system that is simple to use for riders who carry their smart phones with them while riding. When the app is activated at the beginning of your ride, it also activates a motion sensor. As long as you are moving, the phone stays silent. If the phone senses that movement has stopped for a certain time period, it will alert you. If you are unable to turn off the alert, the app will contact your pre-loaded "Buddies" and send them emails and text messages to notify them that you might need help.
The Ride Alert system can work for you even if you don't use a smart phone. When you register for a Ride Alert subscription, you'll receive tags that affix to your horse's bridle or halter, a wristband for you to wear, and badges that you can affix to personal property like your saddle. If someone finds you or your horse after an emergency has occurred, they can call the number on the Ride Alert wristband or tag. They will be connected to Ride Alert's 24/7 support team, which will identify you using your Ride Alert ID number and contact your friends or family with details of the accident, and will keep calling until someone is reached. The same procedure works when your horse is separated from you and found by someone else.
If you're interested in learning more about this innovative safety measure, visit the Ride Alert website: www.ridealert.us. Ride safe!
Horses are some of the most accident-prone creatures on the face of the earth! If you care for horses, you'll most certainly have to deal with treating minor wounds at some point. Here we've provided a handy guide to what ointments to use at which stages of wound treatment and healing.
When you first find a cut or scrape on your horse, your first instinct may be to cover it with a thick cream or gooey ointment, but slathering on a handful of sticky cream can actually slow healing at this early stage of the game. Your best bet is to thoroughly clean the wound, flushing out dirt and bacteria, and then apply a water-based preparation such as Vetericyn. Using a thinner dressing that is water-based allows the body's white blood cells to move freely within the wound, ridding the body of debris and bacteria that may be present. At this stage in the healing process, a wet, oozing wound is good! The horse's body will flush out contaminants on its own, and you can help by cleaning the wound and re-applying a water-based dressing daily.
As long as you are able to keep the wound clean, resist the urge to use an antibiotic ointment. Bacteria can become resistant to antibiotics, and over-use can set your horse up for serious infections later on.
As the cut heals, new skin will begin to grow. NOW is the time to use those thick creamy ointments! New tissue is fragile and tender, and can become easily dry and cracked. Slathering on a coat of emollient cream containing lanolin or aloe can help protect new tissue, as well as keep it hydrated and flexible. Once the new skin thickens up and hair starts to grow back, you can stop applying ointment.
If a wound becomes infected (swollen, red, hot, excessive green or yellow drainage) or you are uncomfortable treating it for any reason, it's always a good idea to call your veterinarian.
The Somerset Hills area of northern New Jersey has a deep equestrian tradition. Located just over the river from us here in PA, this bucolic rural community is home to the Essex Fox Hounds, a group that has been a longstanding fixture in the area.
Just this past weekend, they Essex Fox Hounds celebrated their 100th anniversary with a parade, horse racing, tailgating, and a hunt ball. The event began with a procession of four-in-hand coaches through the center of the very horsey town of Gladstone; from the United States Equestrian Team Foundation headquarters to the Natirar Estate, the where racing events of the day were held. Among the drivers was Tucker Johnson, a winning international-level driving competitor and USET Foundation president.
Once the carriages made their entrance, the festivities began with an appearance by the hounds themselves, which you can see in the video below.
Then it was off to the races for competitors of all ages! From lead-line races for the tiniest riders to relay races, master's chases, and a full-fledged timber race, there was fun to be had for everyone.
The atmosphere was friendly and relaxed, with participants spending time with old friends and making new ones, and everyone celebrating equestrian sport. The Essex Fox Hounds have done a lot over the years to preserve open space in New Jersey, and the centennial celebration also served to thank the landowners who have graciously allowed them to ride on their land for the past 100 years. Natirar, however, was a new venue for the Fox Hounds, and organizers hope to be able to utilize the gorgeous estate again in the future.
Organizers, riders, and spectators alike were thrilled with the celebration, and we wish the Essex Fox Hounds many more years of happy hunting in beautiful New Jersey.
$299,900 , 2 bedrooms, 1 full baths, 0 half baths, 1,248 square feet
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Cindy Stys | Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, Ltd | (610) 849-1790
1230 Church Rd, Palmerton, PA
Affordable, fully-equipped horse farm on over 12 flat, level acres!
2BR/1BA Single Family House
offered at $299,900
|Bathrooms||1 full, 0 partial|
|Parking||2 Car garage|
|Lot Size||12 sqft|
|HOA/Maint||$0 per month|
|Smartly designed turn-key horse farm with all the bells and whistles at entry level price!! THIS FARM HAS WHAT IS IN HIGH DEMAND BY EQUESTRIANS: MOSTLY CLEARED & LEVEL ACREAGE. Barn is 'L' shaped and has 8 matted 12x12 box stalls, 2 can be used as foaling stalls, 12x22 insulated tack room complete with fridge, microwave & 8 lockers w/ saddle racks, feed room, wash stall with 2 radiant heaters, office with window to view foaling stall, 4-horse hot walker, fenced w/ sand footing, PVC 80x120 riding ring graced by 16' gazebo, and yes even a treadmill in separate small barn (not hooked up - needs 220 line). 4 fenced pastures w/ 3 run-in sheds. Separate hay barn. Dog pen too.|
Quaint farm house with rough cut lumber walls & knotty pine tongue & groove ceilings. Room attached to master bedroom has various uses: nursery, office, WIC.
11 miles to PA Turnpike, 43 minutes to Allentown or NJ. RV not included in sale & will be removed by sellers. Solar panels are being leased by the current owners.
The below list is written by sellers. Broker is not responsible for items that may not be in working order, if any.
DETAILED FEATURES OF THE BARN AND HALLWAY
Matted and lighted overhead by individual vapor lock globes in caged fixtures placed strategically near each stall door
Each stall exterior has its own electrical outlet, blanket bar on each stall door
Three 9' frost free hydrants
Two halite mercury vapor lights per hallway
Dawn to dusk mercury vapor lights at each end of the barn
Three wall mounted fire extinguishers located at the ends and the middle of the barn aisles
Hall lighting is timer controlled
Four 48" Fans mounted atop the stall walls individually controlled
WASH RACK12 X 12 divided, and matted with center drain
Ties forward and back
Two 6' radiant heaters, one on each side, with separate timers
Three 8' quickstart fluorescent, moisture proof lights in the space each separately switched
Hanging bar to the rear of the space for air drying items
12 X 12 concrete floored, carpeted space
Electric "coal stove" heater
Peak window to foaling/stud stall
Two barred and screened sliding windows
4 foot gridded overhead fluorescent fixture
Stalls #1 and 2, and stalls #4 and 5
Moving wall allows expansion from 12 x 12s to 12 x20 OVERSIZED stalls
Shuttered, barred windows
4' centered, radiant heater
One yoked and one solid stall doors
Additional wall mount for second water pail per stall space
Blanket bar within each stall space at window
Electric bucket access on each stall front
Cross tie on stall walls
Measure 12x 12, matted and have barred sidewalls to facilitate good ventilation
10 x 12 with concrete floor, motion detector lighting, peak window
Intake and output overhead fan
Chest freezer for grain storage (may still work)
Can accommodate approximately 75 bales of hay
12 X 22, insulated, with Concrete flooring
Large, screened awning window
Tall, crank out slot window to opposite side
Screened, storm windowed 42"people door with small pet access (closable)
Wall mounted medicine chest, microwave, and 3 way RV refrigerator
2 ceiling fans, separately switched
Ceiling mounted electric heater
Large, rolling cabinet for out of sight storage
8 grilled, lockable tack spaces with saddle racks
OUTSIDE THE BARN
Four horse "Hot To Trot" hot walker, fenced, with sand footing
'Safe - T - Mill' variable speed Equine inclined Treadmill under cover in separate building
Four Turnouts, different sizes, 3 electrified by solar charger (new battery 2012)
Three wooden run ins with stainless steel trim to discourage cribbing, 4th run in, placed in largest field, is a steel car port
4th turn out is a downhill parcel, fenced with five high Centaur HTP fencing
Entire barnyard and turnout areas perimeter fenced with Centaur HTP fencing
Underground electric access available to smallest turn out
Extension cord access available to the downhill pen
PVC white "Gardner " outdoor Arena 80 X120, sand footing,
16' gazebo within the space has screens and sliding storm windows
Drive thru gates separate living space from barn yard; can be electrified
Wooded bridle path
Double car garage/workshop to the side of the 'L' shaped barn
Leased 120 panel solar array in largest field, fenced, sufficient to offset usage and provide a small income
TWO ADDITIONAL STORAGE BARNS, A TWO STORY AND A SINGLE STORY
|see additional photos below|
|- Basement||- Breakfast nook||- Dining room|
|- Living room||- Workshop||- Dishwasher|
|- Dryer||- Refrigerator||- Stove/Oven|
|- Washer||- Balcony, Deck, or Patio||- Garage - Attached|
OTHER SPECIAL FEATURES
|- 8-Stall Barn|
|- Stable Office|
|- Wash Stall|
|- Feed Room|
|- Hot Walker|
|- Riding Arena|
|- Equine Treadmill|
|- 2 Storage Barns|
|- 2 Car Garage w/ Workshop|
|- Partial Basement|
|- 4 Turnout Paddocks w/ Run-in Sheds|
Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, Ltd
For sale by agent/broker
Posted: Sep 25, 2013, 7:52am PDT
We'd like to congratulate Pennsylvania endurance rider Holly Corcoran
on her incredible placings at the Stormont Endurance competition in
Ontario, Canada that took place this past weekend.
She came in
second in the 75-mile long FEI 2* course with a time of 9.5 hours, and
then capped off the weekend with a photo-finish win in the 50-mile FEI
1* race, also claiming the title of Best Condition for her horse.
All of us at CSEP couldn't be more excited for Holly!
winning ways might just rub off on the next owner of her Effort, PA
farm, which is now being offered for sale at $395,000. Contact us for