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  Mon Jun 18

ISO Barn for rent or rough board stalls

ISO Barn for rent 3-6 stalls ideally or just rough board stalls in the Bohemia, Central Islip, Smithtown, Northport, Fort Salonga, or surrounding areas. Will consider any Co-ops that have stalls available currently as well. Email me if you have anything, looking for the right place.

06/18/2018 10:20:56 PM [ Gianna ]

  Sun Jun 10

Horse Stuff for Sale

I have some horse stuff for sale, email me if you are interested at alb46@geneseo.edu and would like photos! 

Cross country vest size 34S- $20

Used Saddle- $50

Stirrup Irons- $20

New fitted saddle pad- $20

Saddle Cover- $10

06/10/2018 12:52:59 PM [ Alexandra ]

  Thu Jun 07

Still Looking For That Special Equine Someone

I'm Still looking for a sutible equine partner. My name is Janai. For 7 years I was a working Student and then Given the Job of head Groom for Anne Gribbons at Knoll Farm. I ride dressage. I am looking for an equine companion. I need to work off any riding time, by mucking stalls or whatever. The horse needs to be neer Nassau count as I am in Bethpage. I am reliable, conciencious and good with almost any breed. The horse has to be UNDER 17 Hands and of any sex. Please Text me if you have any such araigement-516-236-2735

06/07/2018 11:15:06 AM [ Janai P. Canada ]

  Tue Jun 05

English boots and saddle

Mens english riding boots size 11M. Steel reinforced heels.  Also adult english saddle 17 in. seat.  Both in very good condition. Plus girth and sheepskin saddle pad.

Call Andy: 631-839-4004

06/05/2018 10:16:36 AM [ Andy Adragna ]

  Thu May 31

Cob Bridle with blue bling brow band

Black leather with racing reins.   Browband is dazzling.  All in good condition.

Also have used happy mouth bit 4.75 size.

All for $30.00

text/call Louise

516 639 8903

05/31/2018 03:43:20 PM [ sillefilly@yahoo.com ]

  Tue May 29

Clipping

My quarter horse is going through a rough patch with very delayed shedding. I am looking for someone who does clipping that is affordable. He will need a full body clipping. We are located in manorville. If anyone knows of someone reasonable please shoot me an email. Thank you all :) Happy Riding

05/29/2018 10:45:45 PM [ Jamie ]

  Thu May 17

Seeking a certified horse massage therapist

I'm seeking a certified equine massage therapist with experience in lymphatic drainage techniques. Please let me know if you can recommend a great person. 

05/17/2018 07:31:31 PM [ Julie ]

  Sat May 12

1/2 Lease - Quarter Horse

1/2 Lease opportunity for the right rider on versatile young quarter horse with a lot of personality! We are currently working on Dressage but he can be ridden Hunt Seat or Western as well. Flexible days/times available at beautiful, quiet Middle Island facility with multiple riding rings and indoor. Experienced rider only; please call or text for more information and pricing 631 805 6316

05/12/2018 10:41:15 PM [ EquestrianJill ]

  Thu May 03

EQUINE FESTIVAL MAY 20, 2018

Watch the skills of various Horse and Riders performing while relaxing at the beautiful Muttontown Preserve May 20, 2018 12pm-4:00  gates open at 11:oo am

  • Free to the Public
  • free pony rides and petting zoo
  • equine demonstrations
  • IHA Spirit ofLong Island
  • Sonny Garguilo
  • Crystalbrook Stables Cindy Laskow
  • Smithtown Hunt
  • Waume Dougal
  • Meadowbrook Polo

05/03/2018 09:33:57 PM [ Phyl ]

  Sun May 06

EQUINE FESTIVAL MAY 20, 2018

Watch the skills of various Horse and Riders performing while relaxing at the beautiful Muttontown Preserve May 20, 2018 12pm-4:00  gates open at 11:oo am

  • Free to the Public
  • free pony rides and petting zoo
  • equine demonstrations
  • IHA Spirit ofLong Island
  • Sonny Garguilo
  • Crystalbrook Stables Cindy Laskow
  • Smithtown Hunt
  • Waume Dougal
  • Meadowbrook Polo

05/06/2018 07:49:01 PM [ Phyl ]

  Wed May 02

looking for amadas info weekend barn help

im interested in helping with your weekend barn help amanda just not sure how to contact you!

05/02/2018 01:19:03 PM [ brigid ]

  Mon Apr 23

Living accommodation in exchange for barn chores

Huntington Area living accommodations for female groom in exchange for horse care. Two rooms plus private bath; inlcudes all utilities, cable and wifi. Possible rding opportunity at our gated private home and barn Call Alan or Ann 631-549-5574

04/23/2018 02:40:46 PM [ afairbai ]

  Wed Apr 18

Suncoast Pine Shavings

  1. I am looking for someone  anywhere on Long Island who may be interested in sharing a tractor trailer load of Suncoast Pine Shavings.  These may be seen at www.suncoastbedding.com  Suncoast are very high quality, dustless shavings from Georgia, available in fine, medium, or large flakes, and compressed into your choice of 10 cu ft. or 12 cu ft. plastic bags.  A half load is approximately 650 bags, delivered plastic wrapped with rain caps on pallets for outside storage.  If someone is interested in less than a half load, I am able to take more than half.  If interested, or if you would like to see these shavings, please contact me at drbrambles@yahoo.com.

04/18/2018 07:59:08 PM [ djp ]

  Wed Apr 18

I'm looking for a Free Lease Or Work to ride

Hello all, I am a past F.E.I level dressage rider. I haven't ridden at that level for some time. But I want to get back into dressage. I was also a professional groom. I worked at Knoll farm. I am looking for somone who has a good quality horse that they may not have any time for. If the location is close enough, I can Musk daily. Or feed and much several horses in exchange for being able to ride. My number is 516-236-2735 and leave a message. I will only respond to messages left. Thank You.

04/18/2018 12:12:48 PM [ Janai P. Canada ]

  Tue Apr 17

Weekend Barn Work

Looking for weekend barn help, willing to train the right person. 

Work in exchange for riding time, lease, lessons or reduced board. 

Paid position to the right candidate, whom can school ponies on and off property. 

Additional oppurtunity to take on some lessons for extra income. 

 

Duties include 

- assisting with lessons 

- turnout 

- stall cleaning 

- lunging 

- feeding 

 

Flexible Saturdays, Sundays mandatory. 

Please PM if interested. 

Farm is located in Calverton


04/17/2018 03:30:00 PM [ Amanda ]

  Fri Apr 13

1/2 Lease Opportunity - Quarter Horse

1/2 Lease opportunity for the right rider on versatile young quarter horse with a lot of personality! Flexible days/times available at beautiful, quiet Middle Island facility with multiple riding rings and indoor. Experienced rider only; please call or text for more information and pricing 631 805 6316

04/13/2018 06:28:45 AM [ EquestrianJill ]

  Sat Apr 07

Full time position with horses

Full time riding instructor/camp counselor needed asap. Excellent salary for permanent employment. References required or show experience. Contact Manny at Oakwood Farms in Medford at 631-289-6235.

04/07/2018 12:15:59 PM [ Lenora ]

  Sun Apr 01

STALLS (2) AVAILABLE ON BLYDENBURGH PARK

Two stalls available in barn in Smithtown on Blydenburgh Park.  Rough or Semi Rough available (will discuss details).  Barn has center isle,  12x12 in/out stalls/nice size paddocks, center isle, riding ring with lights.  If interersted, please email me at horsluva58@yayoo.com

04/01/2018 09:15:49 AM [ horsluva ]

  Sun Mar 25

STALLS AVAILABLE SMITHTOWN

We have two stalls available in a cute three stall barn on the park side, Center isle, riding ring with lights, and short walk to the park.  No full board, rough board only.  If f interested, plesase email me at horsluva58@yahoo.com

03/25/2018 08:36:31 AM [ horsluva ]

  Fri Mar 23

ROUGH BOARD SMITHTOWN

We have two stalls for rough board only in Smiththown on the park side. Trail only a few houses down the street. Please email if interested.  Thanks, 

horsluva58@yahoo,com

03/23/2018 11:43:11 AM [ horsluva ]

  Wed Mar 21

ISO Barn to Rent

In search of a barn in the Dix Hills, Smithtown, Central Islip, Bohemia area. Willing to go a little further east for the right barn. Preferably 4 stalls, minimum of 3. Ring would be nice but not necessary. Please email me at hbc.united.9@gmail.con

03/21/2018 04:13:24 PM [ Amanda Lentz ]

  Sun Mar 18

1/2 Lease Opportunity - Quarter Horse

1/2 Lease opportunity for the right rider on versatile young quarter horse with a lot of personality! Flexible days/times available at beautiful, quiet Middle Island facility with multiple riding rings and indoor. Experienced rider only; please call or text for more information and pricing 631 805 6316

03/18/2018 08:05:30 AM [ EquestrianJill ]

  Thu Mar 15

LESSONS AND HORSE TRAINING IN MAY

My name is Amanda, I am a hunter/ jumper rider and trainer. I also work with young or troubled horses. I will be on Long Island from May 4 till the end of the month. If you would need a lesson or assistance with your horse, please call 631-629-9712. I am just coming back from Wellington, FL. Thank You!

03/15/2018 06:41:55 AM [ Amanda ]

  Wed Mar 14

NEED MINI FOR ADOPTION

Hi All, 

Does anyone have a mini that they want to adopt out?  I need a companion for my horse.  Please email me at horsluva58@yahoo.com  if you do.  Thanks. 

03/14/2018 08:38:10 PM [ horsluva ]

  Wed Mar 14

1/2 Lease Opportunity - Quarter Horse

1/2 Lease opportunity for the right rider on versatile young quarter horse with a lot of personality! Flexible days/times available at beautiful, quiet Middle Island facility with multiple riding rings and indoor. Experienced rider only; please call or text for information 631 805 6316

03/14/2018 08:37:45 PM [ EquestrianJill ]

  Sat Mar 10

horse riding for kids

I would like a good referal for beginner horseback riding for my children.  They are 10 and 12.  Thank you so much.

03/10/2018 05:42:10 PM [ Tricia ]

  Fri Mar 02

Lots Of Snow

We have alot of snow at rainbow horse retirement center but the horses are all tucked inside with plenty of hay and food to keep them warm and to pass the time.  Thankfully we had power all day .. others are not that lucky.. just wanted to let you all know we are safe jomarie and jerry 

03/02/2018 08:12:49 PM [ jomarie ]

  Fri Mar 02

1/2 Lease - Quarter Horse

1/2 Lease opportunity for the right rider on versatile young quarter horse with a lot of personality! Flexible days/times available at beautiful, quiet Middle Island facility with multiple riding rings and indoor. Experienced rider only; please call or text for information 631 805 6316

03/02/2018 10:11:33 AM [ EquestrianJill ]

  Mon Feb 26

Free to a good home

DandyLion is a large pony that would make a good companion in the paddock...retired from riding and just looking to give him a good loving home...

02/26/2018 02:29:37 PM [ Chris ]

  Wed Feb 28

stalls avaiable

looking for someone who wants reduced board for some help . please text 631-565-9716 

02/28/2018 07:55:41 PM [ LFTFARM ]

  Sat Feb 24

1/2 Lease Opportunity - Quarter Horse

1/2 Lease opportunity for the right rider on versatile young quarter horse with a lot of personality! Flexible days/times available at beautiful, quiet Middle Island facility with multiple riding rings and indoor. Experienced rider only; please call or text for information 631 805 6316

02/24/2018 08:01:40 AM [ EquestrianJill ]

  Mon Feb 19

Horse Trainer Position

Sunnymist Farm in Mattituck is looking to expand its staff.  Part time professional horse trainer wanted to train horses & teach lessons.  Must be available week-ends at 1-2 afternoons during the week.  Opportunity to earn horse sales commissions and lesson incentive pay for the right candidate.  Position available immediately.  Text of call Joanne at 631-848-9852.  E-mail inquries can also be submitted to sunnymistfarm@yahoo.com.

02/19/2018 09:45:23 AM [ Joanne ]

  Tue Feb 13

Student hoping to interview horse owners

Hi all,

My name is Matt, and I'm a student at a large university in the United States. I'm currently working on a project about horse owners and would like to better understand owners' emotions and behavior as it relates to their pet and how that impacts the decisions they make for their pet, such as medicating them. I'd love to briefly interview anyone who's willing to aide me in my project.

Best,
Matt 

02/13/2018 12:00:40 PM [ Matt ]

  Sat Jan 27

Looking for Barn Work

Hi! My name is Aimee and I am in search of a barn job. I am currently part time employed, but would love to pick up another job. I am quite flexible with my schedule as well. I've been working with horses for 7+ years and have had positions as a barn hand in the past. I am very hardworking and have excellent references. I do have my own transportation as well. Please shoot me an email! Thank You! 

01/27/2018 07:49:38 AM [ Aimee ]

  Sat Jan 20

Border Special

10 x 10 stall $899

Ride indoors all year! 

Limited space available.  Call to setup a tour at New York Equestrian Center. 633 Eagle Ave., W. Hempstead, New York.

01/20/2018 03:12:41 PM [ lisa ]

  Wed Jan 17

Lease a Rescue Horse

I have 4 Rescues that are available for lease on my premises to help offset their maintenance/care.   

$400/month  full lease 

or wk in exchange for lease 

serious inquiries only 

516 607-5133

01/17/2018 12:56:40 PM [ L.I. cowgirl ]

  Sat Jan 27

ISO Part Time Groom

Monday - Friday 12pm - 5pm 

Small program currently located in Calverton NY. 
 
Duties include: grooming,lunging & riding. 
as well as turning out horses, cleaning 4-6 stalls, picking out paddocks and bringing horses in for pm feeding. 
Ideal candidate would be suitable to ride medium to large ponies, and know how to properly wrap horses legs. 
the right candidate will have the opportunity to teach beginner riding lessons for extra income. 
Interview will include riding evaluation. 
must have reliable transportation. 
Please send resume and riding references to Fernwehfarmli@gmail.com

01/27/2018 07:49:47 AM [ Amanda ]

  Sat Jan 13

Pet/House sitter

Need someone with experience to take care of your pets daily or while you are on vacation?  Have many animals of my own; horses, dogs, cats, bird etc...

Contact me to discuss your needs J_cammarato@yahoo.com  or 631-456-8241

 

01/13/2018 08:53:11 PM [ Joanne ]

  Fri Jan 05

new rescue on Long Island

A Team Elite Rescue Dogs

 
 
Old Westbury, New York

@ateameliterescuedogs

Find us on Facebook too:
 
A-Team ELITE Rescue Dogs

01/05/2018 08:30:07 AM [ sharyn ]

  Fri Dec 29

Looking for Barn Job

Hello all, I am looking for a barn job on Tuesdays. I am a young professional, employed part time. I have 10+ experiences working with horses and have taken care of 12+ stall barns. I am responsible, have reliable transportation and hard working. Please e-mail me if you think I may be a good fit!

12/29/2017 09:29:24 PM [ Andria ]

  Wed Dec 27

BITTER COLD..

Please take care of your pets  especially if they are outside.. bring them in.  Horses are all tucked inside the barns away from wind chill..  stay warm.. jomarie and jerry at rainbow horse retirement 

12/27/2017 08:57:33 PM [ jomarie ]

  Sat Dec 16

Barn Help Needed

Barn help needed in Saint James area. Must be responsible! We need someone to take care of our four well behaved horses in the afternoon. Clean stalls, buckets,sweep barn, and bring in the horses. Good pay. Respond to elbefarm@gmail.com

12/16/2017 08:25:03 AM [ J ]

  Tue Dec 12

Wet snow

we at Rainbow Horse Retirement Center in the Catskills have all the horses inside during this time of wet cold snow. Hope your horse is safe and dry.. oh and happy holiday from our home to yours.  jo and jerry

12/12/2017 08:17:19 PM [ jomarie ]

  Tue Nov 28

Looking for a job with horses

Very experienced Horseman looking a job cleaning stalls and grooming horses. Can give many references. Very reliable.

(631)703-5840

11/28/2017 07:03:30 PM [ Annette ]

  Mon Nov 27

BARN HELP Needed YEAR ROUND

LOOKING FOR BARN HELP YEAR ROUND

Middle Island area 

Several options:

FREE FULL BOARD IN EXCHANGE 

FREE HORSE LEASE IN EXCHANGE

SALARY

Must drive and be reliable

516 607-5133

11/27/2017 10:01:35 AM [ L.I. cowgirl ]

  Thu Nov 23

Looking for Contact info

I am looking for contact information for Richie Fisher. We do not do social media so we can not contact him via facebook.

11/23/2017 01:14:02 PM [ georgia ]

  Wed Nov 22

Equine & Rider Portrait Session Email

My apologies, the email to inquire about the equine and rider portrait sessions is: crdellaquila@mdcdcorp.com

Thanks!

Chelsea

11/22/2017 10:44:32 PM [ Chelsea ]

  Thu Nov 23

Joe from Joe Cyn Farm hay supplier

Has anybody used him for hay. I would be interested in any feedback

11/23/2017 04:13:30 PM [ J ]

  Wed Nov 22

Equine & Rider Portrait Session

Hello! I am a photographer and rider looking to expand my portfolio to include horse and rider portraits - pictures capturing that bond between a rider and their horse.

Currently offering discounted photoshoots of $100 (for 30+ high resolution digital edited images) to those that would be willing to sign a model release.

Please email for more information - chelseadellaquila@gmail.com. You can also look us up on Instagram: @mdcdphotography

Thanks!

Chelsea

11/22/2017 10:44:28 PM [ Chelsea ]

  Tue Nov 21

Equine & Rider Portrait Session

Hello! I am a photographer and rider looking to expand my portfolio to include horse and rider portraits - pictures capturing that bond between a rider and their horse.

Currently offering discounted photoshoots of $100 (for 30+ high resolution digital edited images) to those that would be willing to sign a model release.

Please email for more information. You can also look us up on Instagram: @mdcdphotography

Thanks!

Chelsea

11/21/2017 05:48:07 PM [ Chelsea ]

  Mon Nov 20

looking for work

Hi im gina, im 21 years old looking for any animla related work from monday to thursday i can do some weekend work sometimes,(im looking for more in the smithtown/nesconset area but for pet sitting may go further)wether its barn work or walking your dogs or pet sitting even kennel work im happy to help. I have a lot of expercience with all animals from small to large, and i've been working at barns all my life so if you're looking to hire someone email me or give me a call/text which ever works for you                                    gina.guercia@aol.com                          (631)379-3446

11/20/2017 06:32:25 PM [ gina ]

  Tue Nov 14

Favorite Pastime Farms

If your older equine is having difficulty with the cold winters up north you may want to think about having them retire in southern Kentucky. Our winters are much milder.You can get more info on our ad here , Facebook or our website www.favoritepastimefarms.com or give a call 631-793-2262

11/14/2017 10:33:37 PM [ Alison ]

  Sun Nov 12

mare pony for adoption

looking for a new loving home for a 22 year old pony. Can be ridden lightly or used for companion. very friendly approx. 13 hands..call or text now 631-291-1283

11/12/2017 08:14:49 PM [ janice ]

  Sun Nov 12

Hunter Pace Nov. 18 2017 Sandpiper Farm

Smithtown Hunt Hunter Pace hosted by Dr. Laurie Landeau at Sandpiper Farm November 18, 2017 (rain date Nov. 19)

Forms on Smithtown Hunt's website under "events"

11/12/2017 08:36:06 AM [ Merri ]

  Tue Nov 07

Horse Wisdom Meditation, Sat. 11/11 (Developing Intuition)

Do you make choices with your head instead of your heart?

Learn to quiet your mind and awaken your inner voice through an interactive exercise with the horses.

Relax, restore and rejuvenate while surrounded by the peaceful energy of horses in a beautiful, natural setting.

Experience essential oils, observe the horses and share insights.

Refreshments and conversation following meditation.

Date:  Sat., 11/11/17 (rain or shine under covered arena.

Time:  3:00 - 5:00 p.m. 

Place:  Greenlawn Equestrian Center

Register: GreenlawnEquestrian.com/special-events

$35 online until 11/9 or $40 at door (space permitting)

Please bring a lawn chair and wear low heeled boots!

info@greenlawnequestrian.com OR

coaching@optonline.net

11/07/2017 09:16:24 AM [ Laura ]

  Fri Nov 03

Fantasia Tickets still available

Hi fellow equestrians! If you are going to Equine Affaire next weekend and want to see Fantasia on Friday night my two tickets are still available. 

Great Location: Section 27 Tier 1 Row E seats 11 and 12.

They are $22.75 each. 

Please email me or call/text me at 516-587-9925 if you are interested in them.

Thanks!

Marge Goldin

 

 

 

11/03/2017 04:30:06 PM [ drgoldin90NO NEWS ]

  Thu Nov 02

ISO three stalls MUST HAVE TRAIL ACCESS

I have three horses that I want to relocate anywhere with trail access. Any location on LI, would like monthly full board for all three to be under 2k, or a deal where I can pay for their grain/ hay and you provide the labor. Two of the three can even work lessons at your facility. 

 

Please text 631-241-0762 if you have availability. 

11/02/2017 10:53:14 AM [ Cali ]

  Thu Nov 02

AU Gold Bars

We offer the sales of gold bars and wanted a serious buyers. we can supply 1000kg of gold bars on monthly basis after a contract.
voltagoldmine@gmail.com
skype: bulliongold11

11/02/2017 07:17:45 AM [ Jackson ]

  Tue Oct 31

Stall available

1 Stall available located in Bohemia directly across from the park.  Matted in and out, dry, very clean barn, quality feed and hay.  Stalls cleaned daily.  board is depending on the right horse, open to half board / half lease situation. Please call or text laura 347-325-3486

10/31/2017 03:35:06 PM [ Laura ]

  Tue Oct 31

Fantasia tickets available

Due to unforseen circumstances I have two tickets to Fantasia at Equie Affaire for the Friday night performance.  Great location!

10/31/2017 12:21:05 AM [ drgoldin90NO NEWS ]

  Mon Oct 30

Fall Colors

Fall colors and cooler weather in the catskills. horses are loving the weather with no flies and lots of balmy days.. hope you are enjoying this fall weather.. jo and jerry at rainbow horse retirement facility 

10/30/2017 08:41:04 PM [ jomarie ]

  Wed Oct 25

THREE BAYS FARM NEWS

Isnt this Autumn weather GRAND? Here in Pennsylvania we are enjoying the faall colors and balmy weather and the horses are enjoying some nice green pastures which is unusual for late October!!!

We have 1 stall available as of November 1, for those looking to retire your BEST friend to a loving and caring facility. We also have a field spot for a mare and just one other field opening for a gelding. Now is the time to transition that special equine. Call for more information at 610-780-4920 and please check our ad out under boarding and also can get more info on our website www.threebaysfarm.com

HAPPY TRAILS!!!!

10/25/2017 01:49:09 PM [ Janet citron ]

  Tue Oct 17

BEVAL SADDLE FOR SALE

I have a brand new 17' Beval stampford saddle for sale. Only ridden in a handful of times. 

Like I said it is in brand new condition. 

looking to sell for 1600 but will nigotiate in price. 

please email me @: 

ferronea97@gmail.com 

10/17/2017 12:54:15 PM [ Amanda ]

  Sat Oct 14

Free barn cats!

We have four feral kittens that we have socialized in our home. We cannot keep them due to severe allergies. They would be excellent barn cats. 

We're in Port Jefferson and are willing to deliver them to you! They are very sweet, 3 month old kittens that are black and white. 

Please spread the word through your networks. 

10/14/2017 10:11:38 AM [ Brannon ]

  Wed Oct 11

Dry Stalls for Lease

See Calssified Ad:

Rough Board Only:

Private farm for lease up to 16 stalls, riding arena, trails - excellent condition and well set up $250 each stall or $195/stall for whole farm

Up to 8 stalls available at 2nd location with indoor $400/stall

 

(631)357-1895 call/text for appt.

10/11/2017 01:09:24 PM [ MPRFarms ]

  Tue Oct 10

Stall available - Miller Place NY

Stall available in beautiful, clean, private barn in Miller Place.  Small barn with professional amenities. 12x12 stall with attached paddock + 2 large grass turnouts.  Hay 4x daily, grain AM+PM.  Night check and hay every day.  100x225 ring with new footing, lights, sprinklers and full hunt course.  Backs up to miles of trails.  Exceptional care for your horse.  Full board $650 with option to work off partial board for right person.  Photos available in classified section.  

10/10/2017 11:53:24 PM [ Risa ]

  Sun Oct 08

Stall Available RIDGE

Please see ad/photos  in Classifids: Private Barn - Rough, Semi, or full Board. Resonable rates. Perfect for retiree, lay up or trail rider.

631-921-5973

10/08/2017 02:46:44 PM [ Dressagegal ]

  Mon Sep 25

looking for a lease??

i have a super sweet boy i need to lease out. ring on property and one door from connetquat park. exp only 631-605-1765

09/25/2017 10:35:58 AM [ michelle ]

  Sat Sep 23

Muttontown

One stall available in five stall barn with grass turnout in Muttontown with direct access to trails. Best match is an adult trail rider.  If responding, please let me know a little about yourself and your horse. 

ChrisJBohm@me.com

09/23/2017 11:17:55 PM [ Christopher ]

  Wed Sep 20

Barn Help for 2 horses (Westhampton)

Mucking help needed for 2 horses in Westhampton, backyard barn. Flexible schedule, call or text 631-807-0981

09/20/2017 01:00:32 PM [ Sue ]

  Sun Sep 10

Floods and Hurricans

We at Rainbow Horse Retirement center send our prayers and wishes for those affected by the hurricans and storms. Tragic floods in the south only remind us of the floods we sustained years ago.. and we pulled thru it.. as they will too ..  

09/10/2017 07:56:51 PM [ jomarie ]

  Sun Sep 10

Stall available in Northport

Quiet backyard barn, large all day grass turnout, perfect for quiet well mannered, or retired horse  $600/month includes all except grain and shavings additional.  Also an option for rough board.

 

09/10/2017 01:55:46 PM [ Marjon ]

  Wed Sep 06

Miller Place Barn Help Needed

Barn help needed for lunch hay and occasional dinners.  Paid position with possible riding.  Contact 631-433-5404

09/06/2017 09:28:23 PM [ Risa ]

  Tue Sep 05

WORKING STUDENTS NEEDED/WORK FOR BOARD OPPORTUNITY

NOW HIRING WORKING STUDENTS/TRAINEES
Are you tired of spending half your lesson sitting in the middle of the ring, waiting for your exhausted school horse to jump the same tired course you've been doing for two weeks? Do you still think being "on the bit" just means the horses head is down? Whats a 20 meter circle? Having a problem with any of these questions? Come to us. Learn the right way. Stop paying for group lessons at large barns where the horse comes still tacked from the last hour lesson it just did before you got on. Only real riders and real trainers here. Come experience the difference. No minimum commitment requirement. Can work with all situations.
Come work for a competitive eventing barn on Long Island. Learn the right way and the long way. Then ride the right way.
631.796.8883 TEXT

09/05/2017 10:09:29 PM [ Lauren ]

  Mon Sep 04

BARN HELP WANTED

PLEASE, MUST BE RELIABLE.

CONTACT

elbefarm@gmail.com

09/04/2017 09:56:45 AM [ J ]

  Fri Sep 01

Barn Help in East Islip

Contact is 516-660-9661, call or text.  Thank you, Kim

09/01/2017 06:23:49 PM [ KIMDK ]

  Fri Sep 01

Barn Help Needed Postings

I'm interested in the barn help that was posted; there were two ads, but there was no contact info as far as email address or phone number to respond to. Please repost with your contact info so that I can respond to your ad(s). Thank you.

09/01/2017 01:29:11 PM [ horsluva ]

  Fri Sep 01

Barn Help needed in East Islip

Looking for someone to do the p.m. feed for my 3 sweet horses, at least 2 nights during the week.  Helping out when we go on vacation is also needed.  Look forward to hearing from you!

09/01/2017 08:48:51 AM [ KIMDK ]

  Thu Aug 31

looking for exercise rider

Private backyard in miller place. Lookign for experienced rider to help school hunter/jumper/dressage/pleasure horses. I need someone who is available durning 1-4 pm couple days a week. this could be a 5 day a week thing for the right rider. this is NOT A PAID POSITION. I am genuinely looking for a young woman who wants more riding time who will appreaite and love the horses as much as I do. Check out our horses on LFT farm on facebook . please text Michele 631-565-9716

08/31/2017 07:47:21 PM [ LFTFARM ]

  Fri Sep 01

Barn Help in East Islip

Looking for someone to do the pm feed for 3 horses at least 2 nights during the week.  Small backyard farm with 3 sweet horses.  Also help out when we go on vacation.  Any questions, shoot me an email.  Thank you

09/01/2017 08:48:47 AM [ KIMDK ]

  Tue Aug 29

BARN HELP WANTED

PLEASE, MUST BE RELIABLE! Clean four stalls, scrub buckets,bring in horses, give horses hay. Excellent pay.

08/29/2017 07:04:44 PM [ J ]

  Tue Aug 29

Great Opportunity

 

Barn Assistant/Rider:  Job responsibilities include training /exercising ponies & horses, (feeding, grooming, fly spraying, put in stalls, turn-out, clean stalls and general barn chores).  Great opportunity.  For more information, call 631 754 2355

08/29/2017 02:32:10 PM [ Merri ]

  Tue Aug 29

PAID Working Student Position with Experienced Event Trainer

Seeking EXPERIENCED horse person with desire to learn AND earn some money. Experienced event rider looking for a 5 1/2 day commitment. Full training available to potential working students, as well as horses available to compete.  Please send a resume to Lauren@equineathleticclub.com or text Lauren at  631.343.9090 SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY

 

08/29/2017 01:20:23 PM [ Lauren ]

  Thu Aug 17

Looking for Sheep Shearer

Hello! I am moving back to LI with my horses and my two pet goats. One of my goats is an Angora. I am looking to find a reputable, experienced shearer in the NY area to shave her 2-3 times a year. If anyone has any information/references I would appreciate it! -Sophia

08/17/2017 10:25:38 PM [ Sophia ]

  Wed Aug 16

17.5 M. Toulouse FOR SALE

17.5 M. Toulouse 

Medium tree 

In good condtion 

Will negotiate price 

will come with stirrups and leathers 

please email me:

ferronea97@gmail.com 

08/16/2017 02:24:38 PM [ Amanda Ferrone ]

  Sat Aug 12

Equine Laws that affect You, Your Horse and Your Barn

AM I RESPONSIBLE FOR THAT?

Join us on Monday evening, August 14th, at 7pm

for a presentation about

Equine Laws that affect You, Your Horse and Your Barn

Daniel Osborn of The Osborn Law Group and

the Nassau-Suffolk Horsemen’s Association will speak

and answer questions about legal issues associated

with equine-related activities. Many horse owners

and barn owners are not familiar with

equine laws that either protect them OR expose

them to lawsuits or other claims. This presentation will provide

information that you will find helpful in your everyday involvement

with horses, whether as an owner, a trainer a boarder or business owner.

Location: Skye Acres - 361 Barton Ave, East Patchogue, NY 11772

(631) 289-9737 • www.skyeacres.com Refreshments will be served

08/12/2017 10:28:32 AM [ Barbara ]

  Wed Aug 09

Seaside Celebration Lobster Clam Bake during the Nassau Suffolk Horsemen's Association Annual Horse show!

Don’t miss this great Show with a Waterfront setting!

It's the return of a summertime favorite! Join us Sunday, August 20th from 11:30 am-3:00 pm at Old Field Farm for our Seaside Celebration Lobster Clam Bake during the Nassau Suffolk Horsemen's Association Annual Horse show!

Please bring family and friends to watch your favorite horses and riders compete at this traditional local horse show while celebrating the best of Long Island's summer fare from your ringside seat!

Tickets:

$85 adults - $55 children's menu (non-lobster)

Proceeds to benefit the continuing restoration of Old Field Farm County Parkland. Tickets must be reserved by check in advance by August 14th. Seating is limited.

Make checks payable to: Old Field Farm, Ltd.

Mail to:

Old Field Farm, Ltd.

P.O. Box 598

Stony Brook, NY 11790

For more info, please call: 631-246-8983

 

08/09/2017 11:19:30 AM [ Barbara ]

  Wed Aug 09

Nassau Suffolk Horsemen's Association Annual Horse show

It's the return of a summertime favorite! Join us Sunday, August 20th from 11:30 am-3:00 pm at Old Field Farm for our Seaside Celebration Lobster Clam Bake during the Nassau Suffolk Horsemen's Association Annual Horse show!

Please bring family and friends to watch your favorite horses and riders compete at this traditional local horse show while celebrating the best of Long Island's summer fare from your ringside seat!

Tickets:

$85 adults - $55 children's menu (non-lobster)

Proceeds to benefit the continuing restoration of Old Field Farm County Parkland. Tickets must be reserved by check in advance by August 14th. Seating is limited.

Make checks payable to: Old Field Farm, Ltd.

Mail to:

Old Field Farm, Ltd.

P.O. Box 598

Stony Brook, NY 11790

For more info, please call: 631-246-8983

08/09/2017 10:46:07 AM [ Barbara ]

  Wed Aug 09

Barn Help Needed in Islip

Barn Help Needed

 

 

Located in Central Islip off Connetquot Ave by Park View Stables. One horse and one pony. Pays well. Tues, Weds and Thursday. Possibly more.  Will be sharing chores with others.

Late afternoon/evening: Feed, Water clean buckets and paddocks. Bring horses into barn.

 

Must be reliable and have horse/barn experience.

Call

516-808-2164

Please leave message if no answer

02/05/2017 04:53:39 PM [ Barbara ]

  Sun Jan 29

IHA Dressage Schooling Show Series 2017

IHA Dressage Schooling Show Series 2017

We have a NEW Location for our Show Series it is:

Skye Acers Equestrian Center,LLC.

361 Barton Ave, Patchoge NY 11772

Phone # 631-924-6968

Web address : www.skyeacers.com

Our Schooling Show dates are:

June 4th , 2017

Judge: Dot Demis (R)

          (MA)

July 23rd , 2017

Judge: Anna Forer (R)

           (NJ)

August 20th, 2017

Judge: Susan Jones-Sinelnik (r)

           (NJ)

Please loof for futher information on our Facebook - Islip Hormen's Association- Dressage , IHAD

Web site : http://www.isliphorsemensassociation.com/dressage.html

And our Prize Book once it is published.

 

01/29/2017 12:39:20 PM [ Dina ]

  Mon Jan 23

Looking for Barn Work!

Hello! My name is Amanda Lentz and I currently a student athlete at Long Island University Post in Old Westbury. I am looking for a job nearby my school so I can work while also completing my education. I am a biology major on the pre-vet track minoring in equine studies. I have lots of experience (over 10 years) with horses including mucking stalls, turning out, feeding, riding, etc. I work for a petting zoo pony party company year round and I have also mucked for two barns for a little over a year now, however they are too far for me to travel back and forth from school during the school year. I have plenty of references and am looking forward to working. Feel free to call or email me with any questions! 631-553-4443

01/23/2017 01:53:26 PM [ Amanda Lentz ]

  Tue Jan 17

Graduate student looking for riding opportunity

Hi, My name is Ariana and I am currently in my second year of PA school on Long Island. I lost my horse about a year and a half ago and have not done much riding since then, but I would love to get back into it because I miss it very much. I am an intermediate/advanced rider, and have been riding since I was 9 years old (I am now 25). I ride both western and english-- I competed on the Fairfield University Equestrian team (hunter), and I owned my own Arabian horse for 11 years. If someone has a a horse that needs more exercise/attention than they are currently getting for whatever reason that may be, I would love to help out with that. Because school is demanding, I most likely would be able to ride only once-2x per week. Feel free to email/call/text me! Thanks so much. ariphilbin@gmail.com, mobile:978-413-9081

01/17/2017 07:20:46 PM [ Ariana ]

  Wed Jan 11

FOXRUN FRM, A PEACEFUL 25 ACRE HOSE FARM IN CUTCHOGUE, LI, HAS BEEN UPDATED INSIDE AND OUT

Foxrun Farm, a peaceful 25 acre horse farm in Cutchogue, LI, has been updated inside and out

Foxrun Farm invites horse owners to make an appointment to come see how we have re-invented ourselves!

By Leonard Dank (Open Post) - October 26, 2016 4:19 pm ET


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Our New England, country-style wood barn has been painted and all the stalls improved and matted.

Let your horse enjoy the exercise and abundant (now 6+) acres of fenced, rich grass and the paddocks shaded against the summer heat.

Riders can enjoy our new outdoor riding arena; use the new jump ring to practice and train your horse and trail ride our longer and wider wooded trails every day.

Foxrun Farm has room for 4-5 additional boarders. Your horse, second horse or retired horse will receive professional care and will be treated just like our own!

Full or Semi-Full boarding rates start at $395/ month. Customized boarding packages and other services are available.

Special reduced-rate Winter packages for November thru February or December thru March are available. $350 / month with a four month lease for Semi-Full Board or $650 / month for Full Board. A substantial saving! Please call for details.

Special Winter-rate lesson program: package of 10 Beginner or Therapeutic Riding lessons for $200.00 ($20 per lesson). The lessons are good for 6 months, until June 1, 2017. Please call for more details.

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Horses are available for lease to experienced adult English-style riders

Maryanne 561-358-5539 (not 516)

Leonard 631-734-6199 or 631-943-6502

Foxrun Farm, 800 Cox Lane, Cutchogue, NY 11935

Follow us on Facebook at “Foxrun Farm No Fo”

Email us at FoxrunFarmNoFo@gmail.com

01/11/2017 08:37:04 PM [ Leonard Dank ]

  Fri Jan 06

need stalls

I am based in West Hempstead and have 4 Paso Fino horses for whom I am currently looking for better boarding options. There are 2 stallions and 2 mares and my minimum requirements would include a stable for each and a reasonable amount of outdoor space for each horse, the mares could share but not the stallions.
 
I was wondering if you could recommend any boarding options within 1hrs drive (or ideally less than 30 minutes) of West Hempstead? I really appreciate any guidance you can give me on this.
 
 
aukeane@yahoo.com
 
Thanks in advance,
Austin Keane

01/06/2017 11:40:02 AM [ sharyn ]

  Sun Dec 11

Cold and snow prediction

we are going to have a sever cold at night. and i wanted to mention that the horses at Rainbow Horse Retirement Center are going to be all comfy and warm in their stalls..  

 

jo and jerry 

12/11/2016 06:50:24 PM [ jomarie ]

  Sat Dec 10

BARN HELP NEEDED YEAR ROUND

LOOKING FOR A MATURE RESPONSIBLE PERSON TO TEND TO MY HORSE RANCH 

MUST FEED AND CLEAN STALLS /PADDOCKS

FLEXIBLE DAYS  2/3 days a  week and  possibly more

HORSE EXPERIENCE  PREFERRED BUT NOT NECESSARY 

OWN TRANSPORTATION  REQ

HORSE LEASE OR STALL/full board OR SALARY  IN EXCHANGE FOR WORK

 

Call for more details

516 607-5133

12/10/2016 09:37:44 PM [ L.I. cowgirl ]

  Tue Dec 06

Stall Available

I have a stall available in West Hills, Huntington for $600 full board or $300 rough board.  Currently have two horses there now and room for one more! Call me for more info. 516-551-5944.  Thanks, Tony

12/06/2016 09:47:16 PM [ Anthony ]

  Fri Dec 02

**urgent horse post farm ***

MESSAGE FROM MONICA COVILLE URGENT IF YOU BOARD AT HORSE POST FARM , 70 SCHULTZ RD MANORVILLE, NY PLEASE CONTACT ME....YOUR HORSES MAY BE SEIZED OR OTHERWISE REMOVED FROM THE PREMISES ON OR AFTER FRIDAY DECEMBER 2ND 2016 DUE TO FORECLOSURE OF PROPERTY AND EVICTION PROCEEDINGS .I HAVE BEEN CONTACTED BY THE ASTTORNEY IN CHARGE OF THE FORECLOSURE AND EVICTION PROCESS. I WILL BE TAKING POCESSION OF ANY  HORSES STILL ON THE PREMISES. ******TWO OWNERS WE ARE LOOKING FOR ARE BRANNY OR BRANDY , AND DAKOTA , WE ONLY HAVE FIRST NAMES VANESSA AND JAMIE *******PLEASE SHARE URGENT

12/02/2016 07:31:58 PM [ Maggie ]

  Fri Dec 02

hello

Sending my hellos for a good thanksgiving past . and a happy holiday season that is fast approaching.

 

jomarie and jerry 

north east equine sanctury 

12/02/2016 07:32:04 PM [ jomarie ]

  Fri Nov 25

NEW - NORTH FORK THERAPEUTIC RIDING PROGRAM

North Fork Therapeutic Riding Program                          

Foxrun Farm Cutchogue, NY 11935, Cutchogue, NY

561-358-5539 (not 516) or 631-734-6199

The North Fork Therapeutic Riding Program offers individualized therapeutic riding lessons to Long Island’s North Fork residents of all ages: children, adults and veterans with cognitive, physical, emotional or developmental disabilities.

Working as a team, our special, calm horses and experienced therapeutic riding instructors provide an opportunity to improve lives!  This is a year-round program designed to help each individual develop and enhance their skills to full potential, all the while gaining a sense of self-control, personal responsibility and self-confidence.

Please call for an appointment to meet an instructor, come see the horses and get a personal assessment.  Our fees are reasonable. 

Our program also includes training students to gain confidence by competing in horseshows.  Notably, in the 2003 Special World Olympics in Dublin, Ireland where one of our instructor’s autistic student’s won the gold and silver medals in horsemanship!

We also rescue retired racehorses and incorporate them into our program.

To continue providing these services to our community, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dank have been generously donating their beautiful Foxrun Farm as a home for the horses.  However, hay and grain costs, veterinarian and farrier fees, farm/barn maintenance and labor (we do much of our own work) are still very expensive.

Donations from you or your organization would be most appreciated to help us continue helping our community.  We are in the process of becoming a 503 (c) (3) non-profit organization.  Meanwhile all your contribution will be deductible retroactively.

Maryanne D’Auria      561-358-5539 (not 516)                                                                               

Leonard Dank            631-734-6199 

Foxrun Farm, 800 Cox Lane, Cutchogue, NY 11935                                        

Follow us on Facebook at “Foxrun Farm No Fo”                                                             

 Email us at FoxrunFarmNoFo@gmail.com

 

11/25/2016 10:22:13 PM [ Leonard Dank ]

  Fri Nov 25

Temporary boarding

Looking for a short term place to board?  Maybe just a weekend, or vacationing for a week and need a place for your horse to be cared for while you're away? Maybe leaving for the winter and looking to board your horse while away? Call me for reasonable rates to fit all your needs. 631-741-0655

11/25/2016 10:22:09 PM [ Janet ]

  Sun Nov 20

"Wild West Outpost" Riding Workshop with Katherine Barbarite of Whispering Hooves

 
Katherine Barbarite of Whispering Hooves®
“Partnership & Confidence Building Horsemanship”
Presents
“Wild West Outpost” Riding Workshop
At
Tombstone Monument Ranch

February 19-26, 2017

ENJOY Breath-taking views of the surrounding mountains, 272 acres of unspoiled land at this guest ranch fashioned as an Old Western town from the year 1881.
You are invited to experience a seven day intensive program to hone your Horsemanship and Riding skills. It’s now time to explore the area on top of a horse, sit at the campfire, and listen to live music, or take a walk to the monument of Tombstone's founder Ed Schieffelin. Stay where cowboys and Indians used to fight, feel the spirit of the Apaches, breathe the air of the ...Wild West. Enjoy an all-inclusive educational vacation that features accommodation, all meals, riding activities, Horsemanship and Riding workshop and ranch entertainment.
The Ranch is located two miles Northwest of Tombstone, the legendary Wild West town where the famous gunfights between Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, the Clantons and McLaurys took place.
In the vastness of the desert, where the Apaches once fought against the “Palefaces”, the spirit of the Native Americans is still palpable.
Your instructor in “Partnership & Confidence Building Horsemanship”, Katherine Barbarite, will be teaching a straight forward set of exercises that aids in the development of a calm confident horse and rider. No matter the skill level or discipline, these steps remove fear and resistance, elevating trust, communication and bond. Understand the importance herd structure and leadership to enhance safety and promote growth. Learn why bad timing and poor releases lead to unhappy horses.
“Ask… Wait… then Give for Results”
“Connect with the mind and the feet will follow” -------Katherine Barbarite
Certified Horse Trainer / Certified Horsemanship Association Riding Instructor (Western & English)

Topics:
Partner up with your horse and start building confidence and riding skills. Confront and overcome anxiety and fear that is caused by the unknown, increasing your confidence by understanding the mechanics of the four legs underneath you. Understand the “why, how and when” of communication when on the ground and in the saddle. This will gracefully improve your timing, finesse, balance and feel. Most of all,” become more than a passenger become a partner”.
Introduction: Leadership: Horse and Human Communication through Feel Technique: Difficult Saddling and Proper Fitting: Balance Horse and Rider w/Core Influence: Spooking and Shying: Aggressiveness and Nervousness: Jigging and Prancing: Mounting problems: Pullback :Bit acceptance: Proper Foot Handling: Ears& Head Shy : Clipping : Spraying : Bathing: Proper leading and Driving: Trailer Loading: Locating and Treating Pain: Mustang Gentling: Nutrition: Dentistry: Imprinting: Massage: Bits: Farrier: Flexion: soft and balanced movement: Understanding positions of open and closed doors: opposite diagonals: turn of the forehand: turn on the haunches : Black and White meaning: One Rein Stop: Safety Checking: Understand the 4x4 Method.

Testimonials:

“She speaks of and about the Horses from her heart and mind always keeping the relationship foremost. Katherine is a true advocate of the Horse.” Tara Reynolds, Twin Birch Farm

“Her program isn’t about getting caught up in labels, like ‘natural’, it’s about getting caught up in Horsemanship. I now understand herd mentality, ground work, patience, safety and so much more.” Mike Talbot, Lost Acres Ranch

“No bells, whistles, special equipment, favorite breed, level or discipline. Communication, method and instruction to keep the horses and rider become better partners.” Jodi Summerit Durango, CO

CLINIC DETAILS
Week long workshops are designed for those wanting to improve their confidence, communication, partnership and safe riding skills with horses. Professionals as well as pleasure riders benefit greatly from this week of intense study and fun. As the week progresses each day builds on the previous. Each day takes on its own personality as side trips riding into the rolling mountains and numerous multi colored canyon, discovering and learning about the fern and fauna, dress and play in period clothing, swimming, shooting authentic 1800’s era guns and adult camaraderie develop. Campfires, dinners under the stars, music, storytelling, dancing by the piano, trying your hand in western poker like Wyatt Earp and recapping the day’s events with new friends at happy hour, is enjoyed by all. Viewed as an adult camp with a theme, this format has the highest retention by the students. Working with a large variety of horses with varying personalities and issues, is an invaluable opportunity and critical to the learning process. There is no substitute for handling dozens of horses this week.

Date: Sunday February 19, 2017 thru Sunday February 26, 2017

Location: Tombstone Monument Ranch
www.tombstonemonumentranch
info@tombstonemonumentranch.com
895 W Schiefflin Monument Rd,
Tombstone, AZ 85638
520-457-7299 Attn: Michelle DE Splinter



Cost: SPECIAL Inclusive Pricing

Single Occupancy-----$2410 per person
Double Occupancy----$2090 per person
** $500 deposit is required to reserve your spot
(**6.1% tax and 15% service charge and airfare are NOT included)
*Limited Space Available*


Details: Wonderful Accommodations, Horses and Tack, All Homemade Meals, Use of Ranch Facilities, Horseback Riding, Hiking, Outdoor Games, Swimming, Hot Tub, Shooting 1800 period guns (extra), Period Clothing Dressing (extra), Bird Watching, Horsemanship & Riding Workshop.

Contact:
Whispering Hooves
Katherine Barbarite
Author of the book: Whispering Hooves The Missing Art of Horsemanship
www.whisperinghooves.com
kathy@whisperinghooves.com
631-764-7515

11/20/2016 12:28:25 PM [ kathy barbarite ]

  Sat Nov 19

wanted used saddle

still looking for 19" used saddle with medium tree

call: 631 725 7313

11/19/2016 09:24:44 PM [ Jonathan ]

  Fri Nov 18

Horseperson/caretaker

Horseperson/caretaker ---- Wanted to care for three horses and mowing in exchange for free one bedroom apartment on property. Feed/turnout/muck Conscientious to health. References,experience history preferred. Oyster Bay Area. Contact : whoabeau@aol.com

11/18/2016 05:08:12 PM [ Amber ]

  Tue Nov 15

looking for used english/western saddle

looking for used all purpose English or Western saddle

size:19"

11/15/2016 08:30:42 PM [ Jonathan ]

  Fri Nov 25

looking for used english/western saddle

looking for used all purpose English or Western saddle

size:19"

11/25/2016 10:22:23 PM [ Jonathan ]

  Thu Nov 10

IHA Parade information

Christmas parades 2016
Rules for IHA parades. You must be an IHA member. However, new memberships will be accepted to participate in parades, then carried over to 2017. You must be able to control your horse. 1st timers MUST have a walker or excitable horses must have a walker. Decorate yourself and horse with as much tinsel bells etc. as possible there is never too much for Bohemia light parade. Battery lights looks spectacular. Walkers are welcome and always needed, helps keep our horses and riders safe also spectators, so come down join the holiday spirit by riding or walking and supporting I.H.A. 
Sayville Saturday Nov 26th 10am start so be there by 9am to give yourself time to get ready. Line up on Handsome Ave. south of Montauk highway always down as everyone lines up on Handsome Ave. 
Islip Saturday Dec 3rd 5pm start be there by 4pm. Line up field south of Brookwood Hall. Irish lane south of Union on right make left before house and park in the big field. 
Ronkonkoma Sunday Dec 4th start 2.30pm to firehouse to escort Santa to tree lighting. Meet at King Kullen shopping center Ronkonkoma Ave. arrive by 1.30 to get ready. 
Bohemia Light parade Sunday Dec 4th 5pm lineup area to be announced. 
You must register at least 3 days before date as due to Insurance going up again we need enough horse and riders. Don't forget the lights the more the merrier. So come join the fun and keep the Xmas spirit alive with our beautiful horses. Remember we love having walkers and we look forward to seeing you at the parades. Call Wendy at 631-567-8743 to register or for more information. Thanks see you at parade.

11/10/2016 10:36:42 PM [ draftcrazy ]

  Sun Feb 19

FOXRUN FARM; TURNING A CORNFIELD INTO A HORSE FARM AND THERAPEUTIC RIDING PROGRAM

Foxrun Farm Backstory: How Leonard and Beryl Dank Transformed a Cornfield into a Horse Farm, and Nurture a Therapeutic Riding Nonprofit

 Leonard and Beryl Dank share the backstory of Foxrun Farm; Maryann D’Auria, the barn manager, riding instructor and trainer discusses therapeutic riding.

 Q: How did you get to the North Fork, to Foxrun farm?

 LD: I’m a medical illustrator, lived and worked in Manhattan. To keep our sanity we built a summer house in Cutchogue in 1964. Around 1977 we learned that this big vacant 25 acre farm became available. Since our daughter was riding horses, we wanted to buy this to become a horse farm. We made an offer, but it was refused. Two or three years later the farm was still vacant, we renewed our offer and it was accepted.

 Our daughter had been using a rented horse. Her desire to own her own horse is what started it all. 

 Q: Did you have any agricultural background?

 LD: Well, the first thing we did was build a house, and we moved in on Beryl’s birthday, 1981.    And no.  We learned much of what to do came from books.  Beryl started planting herbs almost as soon as we bought the property. She made herb jellies, sold them at a local farm stand. They were a big success, so she kept growing more and more, eventually about an acre of herbs in all.  A local trucker started taking her herbs up to markets in Hunt’s Point, NYC, and also up to Boston.  The herbs had to be in market very early so we and some local kids who worked for Beryl, would be out there in the pitch dark at 5 am, turn the tractor lights on and gather the herbs.

 Soo after the herb planting started, we went to farm auctions; we needed to get equipment.  We’re Manhattan people and we’re at farm auctions buying pipes for irrigation!  We got a lot of teasing but all the local REAL farmers were very encouraging and helpful.  I moved my business here full time in 1983, gave up the city life.

 In 1984, we planted our first crop of hay on 13+ acres—and brought in 1200 bales of hay!  That’s a lot of hay. So in 1985 we built a barn to hold the hay.  Then a horse-fence expert came up from Kentucky to build our fencing and we moved our daughter’s newly bought horse into the barn along with a couple of goats who ate everything in sight, even the cedar siding on the house..

 Q: You mentioned you really got the farm because you wanted your daughter to have her own horse. Did you?

 LD: Yes. She ought her Thoroughbred horse, Classified Run (Classy) locally.  Then Beryl and I went to the 1986 National Clydesdale Sale Show in Springfield Illinois, started bidding and bought Strong Line Rosie May, a Clydesdale weighing about 2000 pounds and standing some 6’ high at the withers.  She had been a Budweiser horse. The hardest thing was getting her home here on Long Island.

 We decided to breed Rosie to a registered Thoroughbred stallion to give us American Warmblood.  Eventually we bought another mare Maple Jean (Daisy) and ended up with 2 mares and 3 Warmbloods and Classy

 Q: Warm blood? What’s that about?

 MD: Cold blood breeds are Shires, Clydesdales, Belgians—they’re real heavy horses, draft horses. They were meant to be workhorses.

 Hot bloods are refined thoroughbreds. Much smaller, maybe 1000-1200 lbs. They have smaller hindquarters, and carry less of a load. They’re great at going forward—racing, steeplechase and fox hunting.

 Warm bloods are a cross between the two. They have stronger hindquarters than a thoroughbred, and are stronger. They are bred to take a full grown man—200lbs—for a long time. They’re also better at dressage, and are very popular now in Olympic Show jumping.  

 Q: What are the horses we see in Westerns? Are those warm bloods?

 MD: No, those are usually Quarter Horses, and they are entirely different breed. Traditionally the Quarter Horse is good for Western disciplines, can be faster than a thoroughbred for a quarter mile. That’s what they say.  Great for trail riding, pleasure riding, children’s lessons.

 Thoroughbreds are usually better racing and English riding disciplines; Warmbloods for dressage (dancing—which is judged on rhythm, balance, consistence, obedience/responsiveness) and show jumping.

 Q: Foxrun Farm offers riding lessons; what horses do people get to ride? And what services do you offer?

 MD:  We board horses in our ten-stall barn and another four in an adjacent annex.  Interestingly, horses are generally fine outside throughout the winter—they’re animals, and are comfortable even when it’s 15 degrees out.

 We offer riding lessons year-round, English-style primarily, and also therapeutic riding lessons and during the summer we have ‘pony camps’—that’s what they’re called here, but we use horses, not ponies.

 We also have an elaborate system of trails. If a group wants to use them, just call and make arrangements. You have to bring your own horse.   As a boarder, you can also make use of our exercise ring and jumps.

  Horses are available for lease to experienced adult English-style riders.

 The rest is by appointment. You can’t just show up and take a horse for a ride.

I rescue thoroughbreds after they’re done racing; I have three here.  If I can get them to be quiet enough, I use them in these programs.  With all these ex- racehorses it’s really become an economic problem. When you don’t own a farm, it’s really expensive to keep these horses.

 Q: Maryann, how long have you been riding?

 A: I started in a Girl Scout program when I was in 3rd grade. I got my first horse when I was 13.  I was showing, competing, training to be an instructor and got involved in the therapeutic riding. I have been riding for 33 years and teaching for 25 years.

 I was the director of the Red Barn Therapeutic Riding in Old Brookville and became a Team USA Special Olympics coach. After working in Brookville for about 10 years, my husband and I moved to Florida where my mom had a mini-farm.  I was a show trainer in hunters, jumpers and combined training in south Florida.

 Q: How did you get from Florida to the North Fork?

 MD: My husband’s family had a summer home in Southold, and we decided to move back north. He introduced me to Southold and I found a 10 acre horse farm where I could work, live and bring my horses.

I met the Danks and Foxrun Farm because I need a place to stable my three horses after that barn was sold.

Q: What’s therapeutic riding?

A; People with special needs disabilities of all kinds, including PTSD, can benefit from horseback riding. Riding helps develop and enhance basic motor skills, muscle coordination and even communication skills, while gaining a sense of self-control, personal responsibility and self-confidence.

Learning to ride and control an animal as large as a horse requires a lot of physical skills that can be learned and the relationship with the animal offers a powerful emotional bond.

People who cannot play sports or succeed in many other rigorous activities can, through therapeutic riding, master riding a horse and gain tremendous muscular skills as well as self-confidence.

Q: How did the current incarnation of Foxrun Farms horse farm come to be?

LD: One day Maryanne mentioned therapeutic riding and that one of her students, a youngster with Asperger’s, a form of autism, had eventually became a gold and silver medalist in the 2003 World Special Olympics.  I became interested.  She told me about how helpful it was for physically, emotionally, and developmentally disabled people—for people with PTSD too. There’s something about the rhythm of the horse that helps with posture.

So we decided to create the North Fork Therapeutic Riding Program using the facilities of Foxrun Farm; we started up about a year ago.  We have applied to Southold Town to sponsor an eight week program this coming spring.

MD: For the past year, the Danks have been very generously donating out their farm for the Therapeutic Program and the camps.  Without their generosity these programs would not possible.

LD: We’re really enjoying giving back to the community

Maryanne       561-358-5539 (not 516)

Leonard Dank 631-734-6199 or 631-943-6502

Foxrun Farm, 800 Cox Lane, Cutchogue, NY 11935

Follow us on Facebook at “Foxrun Farm No Fo”

Email: FoxrunFarmNoFo@gmail.com

02/19/2017 08:03:03 AM [ Leonard Dank ]

  Fri Nov 04

FOXRUN FARM; TURNING A CORNFIELD INTO A HORSE FARM AND THERAPEUTIC RIDING PROGRAM

Foxrun Farm Backstory: How Leonard and Beryl Dank Transformed a Cornfield into a Horse Farm, and Nurture a Therapeutic Riding Nonprofit

 Leonard and Beryl Dank share the backstory of Foxrun Farm; Maryann D’Auria, the barn manager, riding instructor and trainer discusses therapeutic riding.

 Q: How did you get to the North Fork, to Foxrun farm?

 LD: I’m a medical illustrator, lived and worked in Manhattan. To keep our sanity we built a summer house in Cutchogue in 1964. Around 1977 we learned that this big vacant 25 acre farm became available. Since our daughter was riding horses, we wanted to buy this to become a horse farm. We made an offer, but it was refused. Two or three years later the farm was still vacant, we renewed our offer and it was accepted.

 Our daughter had been using a rented horse. Her desire to own her own horse is what started it all. 

 Q: Did you have any agricultural background?

 LD: Well, the first thing we did was build a house, and we moved in on Beryl’s birthday, 1981.    And no.  We learned much of what to do came from books.  Beryl started planting herbs almost as soon as we bought the property. She made herb jellies, sold them at a local farm stand. They were a big success, so she kept growing more and more, eventually about an acre of herbs in all.  A local trucker started taking her herbs up to markets in Hunt’s Point, NYC, and also up to Boston.  The herbs had to be in market very early so we and some local kids who worked for Beryl, would be out there in the pitch dark at 5 am, turn the tractor lights on and gather the herbs.

 Soo after the herb planting started, we went to farm auctions; we needed to get equipment.  We’re Manhattan people and we’re at farm auctions buying pipes for irrigation!  We got a lot of teasing but all the local REAL farmers were very encouraging and helpful.  I moved my business here full time in 1983, gave up the city life.

 In 1984, we planted our first crop of hay on 13+ acres—and brought in 1200 bales of hay!  That’s a lot of hay. So in 1985 we built a barn to hold the hay.  Then a horse-fence expert came up from Kentucky to build our fencing and we moved our daughter’s newly bought horse into the barn along with a couple of goats who ate everything in sight, even the cedar siding on the house..

 Q: You mentioned you really got the farm because you wanted your daughter to have her own horse. Did you?

 LD: Yes. She ought her Thoroughbred horse, Classified Run (Classy) locally.  Then Beryl and I went to the 1986 National Clydesdale Sale Show in Springfield Illinois, started bidding and bought Strong Line Rosie May, a Clydesdale weighing about 2000 pounds and standing some 6’ high at the withers.  She had been a Budweiser horse. The hardest thing was getting her home here on Long Island.

 We decided to breed Rosie to a registered Thoroughbred stallion to give us American Warmblood.  Eventually we bought another mare Maple Jean (Daisy) and ended up with 2 mares and 3 Warmbloods and Classy

 Q: Warm blood? What’s that about?

 MD: Cold blood breeds are Shires, Clydesdales, Belgians—they’re real heavy horses, draft horses. They were meant to be workhorses.

 Hot bloods are refined thoroughbreds. Much smaller, maybe 1000-1200 lbs. They have smaller hindquarters, and carry less of a load. They’re great at going forward—racing, steeplechase and fox hunting.

 Warm bloods are a cross between the two. They have stronger hindquarters than a thoroughbred, and are stronger. They are bred to take a full grown man—200lbs—for a long time. They’re also better at dressage, and are very popular now in Olympic Show jumping.  

 Q: What are the horses we see in Westerns? Are those warm bloods?

 MD: No, those are usually Quarter Horses, and they are entirely different breed. Traditionally the Quarter Horse is good for Western disciplines, can be faster than a thoroughbred for a quarter mile. That’s what they say.  Great for trail riding, pleasure riding, children’s lessons.

 Thoroughbreds are usually better racing and English riding disciplines; Warmbloods for dressage (dancing—which is judged on rhythm, balance, consistence, obedience/responsiveness) and show jumping.

 Q: Foxrun Farm offers riding lessons; what horses do people get to ride? And what services do you offer?

 MD:  We board horses in our ten-stall barn and another four in an adjacent annex.  Interestingly, horses are generally fine outside throughout the winter—they’re animals, and are comfortable even when it’s 15 degrees out.

 We offer riding lessons year-round, English-style primarily, and also therapeutic riding lessons and during the summer we have ‘pony camps’—that’s what they’re called here, but we use horses, not ponies.

 We also have an elaborate system of trails. If a group wants to use them, just call and make arrangements. You have to bring your own horse.   As a boarder, you can also make use of our exercise ring and jumps.

  Horses are available for lease to experienced adult English-style riders.

 The rest is by appointment. You can’t just show up and take a horse for a ride.

I rescue thoroughbreds after they’re done racing; I have three here.  If I can get them to be quiet enough, I use them in these programs.  With all these ex- racehorses it’s really become an economic problem. When you don’t own a farm, it’s really expensive to keep these horses.

 Q: Maryann, how long have you been riding?

 A: I started in a Girl Scout program when I was in 3rd grade. I got my first horse when I was 13.  I was showing, competing, training to be an instructor and got involved in the therapeutic riding. I have been riding for 33 years and teaching for 25 years.

 I was the director of the Red Barn Therapeutic Riding in Old Brookville and became a Team USA Special Olympics coach. After working in Brookville for about 10 years, my husband and I moved to Florida where my mom had a mini-farm.  I was a show trainer in hunters, jumpers and combined training in south Florida.

 Q: How did you get from Florida to the North Fork?

 MD: My husband’s family had a summer home in Southold, and we decided to move back north. He introduced me to Southold and I found a 10 acre horse farm where I could work, live and bring my horses.

I met the Danks and Foxrun Farm because I need a place to stable my three horses after that barn was sold.

Q: What’s therapeutic riding?

A; People with special needs disabilities of all kinds, including PTSD, can benefit from horseback riding. Riding helps develop and enhance basic motor skills, muscle coordination and even communication skills, while gaining a sense of self-control, personal responsibility and self-confidence.

Learning to ride and control an animal as large as a horse requires a lot of physical skills that can be learned and the relationship with the animal offers a powerful emotional bond.

People who cannot play sports or succeed in many other rigorous activities can, through therapeutic riding, master riding a horse and gain tremendous muscular skills as well as self-confidence.

Q: How did the current incarnation of Foxrun Farms horse farm come to be?

LD: One day Maryanne mentioned therapeutic riding and that one of her students, a youngster with Asperger’s, a form of autism, had eventually became a gold and silver medalist in the 2003 World Special Olympics.  I became interested.  She told me about how helpful it was for physically, emotionally, and developmentally disabled people—for people with PTSD too. There’s something about the rhythm of the horse that helps with posture.

So we decided to create the North Fork Therapeutic Riding Program using the facilities of Foxrun Farm; we started up about a year ago.  We have applied to Southold Town to sponsor an eight week program this coming spring.

MD: For the past year, the Danks have been very generously donating out their farm for the Therapeutic Program and the camps.  Without their generosity these programs would not possible.

LD: We’re really enjoying giving back to the community

Maryanne       561-358-5539 (not 516)

Leonard Dank 631-734-6199 or 631-943-6502

Foxrun Farm, 800 Cox Lane, Cutchogue, NY 11935

Follow us on Facebook at “Foxrun Farm No Fo”

Email: FoxrunFarmNoFo@gmail.com

11/04/2016 08:09:42 PM [ Leonard Dank ]

  Thu Oct 27

Wild West Outpost Riding Workshop

Hurry only four available spots left!!!


Put yourself back in the 19th Century, when life was way different. Cowboys, gun slingers, sheriff and saloon girls walked the streets of Tombstone. Come join the "Wild West Outpost" Riding Program with Katherine Barbarite of Whispering Hooves. Explore and breathe the air of the west while honing in on your horsemanship. Enjoy an all inclusive educational workshop/ vacation. This fabulous program features Whispering Hooves Horsemanship and Riding Workshop, Accommodations, Meals, Riding Activities, and Ranch Entertainment. An opportunity not to be missed!!


See on: www.Whisperinghooves.com
https://www.facebook.com/events/1026457107377328/
Contact: Kathy@whisperinghooves.com

10/27/2016 11:13:01 AM [ kathy barbarite ]

  Sun Oct 30

Quality Dog Agility weave poles for sale

Foldable Metal frame (heavy flat steel frame with heavy duty hinge in the middle), easy to transport and store yet very sturdy and durable.  6 poles that have individually adjustable angles.

Asking $40.  Pics available upon request.  Text 516.987.1121

10/30/2016 10:44:14 PM [ SSP ]

  Mon Oct 24

Desire to adopt a gelding

Looking to adopt a sound gelding in a caring,forever home to be with my other horse. I will transport.

10/24/2016 05:19:02 PM [ marv NO NEWS ]

  Mon Oct 24

PET/HOUSE/BARN SITTER CLEANER AVAILABLE

I'm a adult female who has 15 years experience with animals (dogs, cats, horses) and is avaiable to care for your pets while Iyou're away or if you need help around the barn a few days a week feeding, cleaning, and I also can provide wound care, etc.   I'm willing to travel west (Bethpage area) or out east.  Feel free to contact me at horsluva58@yahoo.com

 

 

10/24/2016 11:52:21 AM [ horsluva ]

  Fri Oct 21

Part Time Work Wanted

Part Time Work Wanted Mon-Fri.

Do you have a couple of horses in your backyard? Do you need help feeding & cleaning? Live in the Huntington/Northport area? Send me a message. I have over 20 years of horse expierence. Thanks!

10/21/2016 07:56:45 PM [ Katie ]

  Thu Oct 20

2 MINI HORSES FOR ADOPTION

I have two miniature horses for adoption.  They are best friends and would have to be adopted together.  One is larger but younger than the other (about 10 years old).  The older one is in his mid 30's.  Both are perfectly healthy, eat about a flake or two of hay per day, very low maintenance.  Kid friendly.  Easily lead and good ground manners.  They had their feet trimmed Tuesday and don't get trimmed again for another 12 weeks.  UTD on all shots.  I also have a miniature horse size harness/cart for sale.  Also have a full set of horse jumps for sale.  Call/Text for more information.

 

Emily

631-566-5883

10/20/2016 10:42:40 AM [ Emily ]

  Mon Oct 17

FOXRUN FARM IN CUTCHOGUE, NO FO

Foxrun Farm in Cutchogue has gone thru a real new beginning!

New pastures, now over 6 ½ acres of beautiful grass,

new, well posted wooded and open-field trail riding

new practice jump ring,

new outdoor riding ring,  

and now were actively seeking additional boarders, full-time or thru the winter.  Retired horses welcome for special TLC.

Foxrun Farm, on the North Fork of LI, up to the present trainer, always rented the entire barn to one trainer with their own horses and students.  Maryanne D’Auria, a Special Olympics Trainer and Coach, the present trainer, specializes in Therapeutic Riding and also gives regular lessons, rents only a number of our stalls, so we have space for 4 or 5 additional horses.

Please call for very reasonable Full and Semi-Full Boarding rates.  631-734-6199 (house) or 561-358-5539 (not 516) cell

Follow us on Facebook at "Foxrun Farm NoFo"

10/17/2016 06:20:21 PM [ Leonard Dank ]

  Mon Oct 17

Mane pulling

Need my geldings Mane pulled / a braided... 

Text me six three one six one seven 4755

10/17/2016 12:21:30 AM [ Anna ]

  Sat Oct 15

free obstacle course items and trail markers

I have trail markers ( clothes pins with plastic streamers attached)- easy to clip to trees/bushes to mark hunter paces and other trails-  also have halloween items for obstacles courses (plastic pumpkins, capes. table clothes, heavy black pond liners for water items or footing changes, giant easter eggs, small cones like used in dressage rings but I think they are multi colored, wrapped heavy cardboard rolls for baton passing, and other items that I have likely forgotten- hate to put out for garbage but not sure if barns or groups still do obstacle and trail courses?   cspvideofan1@yahoo.com

will also consider delivery of items to you

10/15/2016 12:03:42 PM [ videofan ]

  Fri Oct 14

Need footing done in ring

Looking for a reputable company to do my arena. Trees have been knocked how and it is semi level. 80 by 100 I believe. 

I'm very picky about footing so and want a show quality arena. Send me a text if you know someone.

Six three one six 174755

10/14/2016 10:46:56 PM [ Anna ]

  Fri Oct 07

Equine Rescue League of Cooperstown is Headed down south - Supplies wanted

Monica Coville and the Equine Rescue League of Cooperstown is working in conjunction with Stacey Golub and Connecticut Draft Horse Rescue, and Deanna Mancuso with Lucky Orphans Horse Rescue in disaster relief for animals and humans in the lower states affected by Hurricane Matthew.

We are not self-deploying. We will have the necessary clearance to make the trip all the way to Florida.

We are asking for donations of non-perishable foods, water, clothing, first aid supplies for people and money.

For animals, we are asking for food for dogs, cats, horses and birds. First aid supplies, burn salves, light weight sheets, towels, clothes for wound cleaning etc. Linda Baca from Stolen Horse International, will also be sending lists of needed items as the storm clears.

If people want to purchase gift cards to Tractor Supply, Agways, or other feed stores. That is welcome. If you want to purchase gas cards and grocery cards, beautiful! They can be mailed to Linda, Stacey, Deanna or myself for distributing to those in need.

Drop off places are as follows:

Jan Santini in Pa

My farm in Cooperstown, NY
Jen Ray Urksa in Washington, Pa
Melanie Paul in LI
Sue Timpone-Pierce in LI
Connecticut Draft Horse Rescue
Lucky Orphans Horse Rescue

If you are interested in helping by collecting and or are willing to drive south with your truck and trailer, depending on the supplies gathered, that will help as well.

That is the immediate need. As we all know, horses and livestock may be standing in waste water for weeks. We may attempt another run in a few weeks to help with medical issues that arise from lack of clean water and help.

If anyone has supplies to donate, please  email me, Melanie Paul at melaniepaul105@gmail.com to arrange dropoff. I am in Mastic Beach and Monica is coming here to Pickup on Wednesday before heading down on Thursday. Thank you!

10/07/2016 10:19:00 AM [ melanie ]

  Tue Oct 04

share board Connetquot Park

See our ad in classifieds.  We have 2 honest safe and well-trained horses, a 15.2 draft cross and 16.2 full draft.  Looking for a mature experienced trail rider to join our co-op.  Its a great opportunity for someone who used to own or show to get back in the saddle.  We have a lighted ring and a trailer to visit other parks and local clinics and fun shows.  An interest in natural horsemanship is a plus.  250./month for unlimited riding, English and Western tack included.

10/04/2016 01:30:33 PM [ Wendy Hoder ]

  Sun Oct 02

Thank you!

Thanks to Gina Arcate, MFH, Sandpiper Farm staff, volunteers and riders who made the Smithtown Hunt Hunter Pace at Sandpiper Farm a great success. It was a fun day, and we look forward to seeing you on November 19, 2016 at our next hunter pace.  Check out our facebook page for photographs of the event.

10/02/2016 07:57:04 PM [ Merri ]

  Sat Oct 01

bitless bridle/surcingle-Islip

Scott Purdum bitless bridle, never used, black/white, size large, 15.00 (paid 35.).  Dover leather/nylon training surcingle, horse size, 10. gently used.  Good for lunging young horses.

10/01/2016 09:51:51 PM [ Wendy Hoder ]

  Mon Sep 26

ISO STALLS

Hey all! I'm looking for 2 stalls. Rough board. I have 2 geldings who are always barn favorites, and very well behaved. I'm looking for something no further than 20 minutes away from medford. Ideally I'd like to be in medford or yaphank but I don't have to be. A riding ring is a must. One horse is retired but the other is in training for dressage and eventually we will be jumping. Thank you! 

09/26/2016 08:55:58 PM [ Ashley ]

  Sat Sep 24

ISO

Looking for an outbuilding or barn to rent, to practice the new dog sport of Barn Hunt. A 50x50 inside space would work well. If you have anything available you would like to rent please call Jean 631-738-7257 or email Haulnk9@aol.com

09/24/2016 10:23:27 PM [ Jean ]

  Sat Sep 24

Looking for Barn Job

Hello all!

My name is Cayley and I am looking for a barn job over the summer/during my winter break. I am 21 years old and currently studying Equine Science and Management at Morrisville State College. I am in my third year of school. I have received my associates degree last year and I am working towards my bachelors. I can do anything from riding, stalls, feeding, health care, wraps, tacking, turnout, etc. My winter break begins on December 19th and ends on January 14th. I am also available to meet during my October break or November break. My summer break begins on May 8th. Please contact me if you are interested at:

 

poppa778@morrisville.edu

 

Thanks!

Cayley

09/24/2016 03:42:12 PM [ Cayley ]

  Thu Sep 22

Leadline Classes

What is acceptable in a leadline class as far as tack and dress? This would be a first timer that may or may not continue to ride. I'd hate to spend all the money for a new saddle (mainly) if I can get away with just using my saddle (english) this time. I do have a kid's western saddle that we have been using. I'd just like to hear everyone's thoughts or ideas.

09/22/2016 11:24:08 AM [ K ]

 




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