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Exclamation Stalls and lessons availble at Diamond J!

Diamond J Farm is a small farm located in Upper Bucks County Pa. and the business consists of lessons, boarding, sales, and summer clinics. The facility has a 19 stall barn consisting of 10 x 12 stalls, a wash stall with hot and cold running water and a heated tack room with a bathroom and kitchen area. There is a lighted all weather riding ring consisting of sand, screening and rubber. From the year 2004 forward we've done landscaping and fencing and upgraded the old barn. We feed Nutrina Feed from KT Saddlery and good quality timothy/alfalfa hay. Stalls are cleaned daily and all of the horses are on daily turnout. We have been in the horse business for over 40 years and are involved with a lot of equine rescues. Our goal is to rehab the horse back from injuries to good health and then find a loving and caring owner. We have rescued and found homes for many horses and will continue to do that. We currently have stalls open and have both group and private lessons. Contact Joan States for more info at 610-346-8176 or through e-mail
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