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  • Small eventing barns in the lower bucks county area

 
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    07-15-2012, 09:11 PM
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Looking for an Eventing Barn in Southeastern PA (that doesn't require that you board)

So I ride at a hunter/mixed discipline barn at the moment and its just really not suiting my needs. I have been wanting to try eventing for a few years now, but I've had trouble finding a suitable barn because most of the stables in my area are hunter specific. My mom has agreed to drive up to an hour away (which I'm super greatful for :) ) if we find a good barn for my needs. (we live in Buckingham, PA) I guess my question would be does anyone know of any good eventing or show jumping based stables within that general time distance from central bucks county PA? Also, more specifically, does anyone know anything about Flying Horse Farm in Sanatoga, PA? Any info would be really appreciated!! Also, if its relevant I don't own a horse as of now, but we are willing to look into leasing now and hopefully owning in the future.
     
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    07-16-2012, 06:35 PM
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Not sure how far Burgundy Hollow is from you, but Michelle Casale is wonderful (owner) and some pretty great riders ship in and show and train and sometimes even do clinics there - think short listed US Olympic eventer Sinead Halpin (she's awesome!). Worth checking out!
     
    07-21-2012, 09:05 PM
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Phillip Dutton Eventing | True Prospect Farm
     

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