The Newest Premier Equestrian Facility in the North East.
Established in 2006, Equi Sport is owned and operated by Michael A. Morrone, Lacy M. Cramer and Adam D. Cramer. Equi Sport’s brand new state of the art facility is placed upon 25 picturesque acres, located in beautiful Pittstown NJ. Equi Sport specializes in competition Show Jumpers, Equitation and Show Hunter disciplines. We offer a full service boarding facility, breeding program, customized training program, lessons, showing and sales services. Throughout the year we also host clinics with top international professionals appropriate to these disciplines.
Our friendly and knowledgeable staff provides twenty four hour top quality care. Through our precise feeding, training and healthcare program, we are able to meet the needs and demands of each individual horse.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
The main emphasis at Equi Sport is to provide a professional learning environment for the horse and rider, where the horse comes first and dreams come true.
Sally Lofting Equestrian
Sally is 33 years old and was born and raised in Australia in a small town 500 km north of a city called Perth, on the west coast of Australia. Her first living memory is of riding a horse, which is a little strange coming from a family that wouldn’t know the first thing about them. After convincing her parents to buy her a horse at the age of 11 she spent every bit of spare time with the horses, participating at the local pony club and competing at any of the local shows she could get to. At 17 Sally decided to head east to New South Whales, the hub of horse activity in Australia. Based with Australian Olympic team coach Heath Ryan, also a grand prix dressage rider and Advanced level Eventer and his wife Rozzi a Grand Prix dressage rider Sally spent the next 4 yrs of her life training and competing at Advanced level Eventing and 4th level dressage. It was here at the NSW Equestrian Centre that she became a qualified coach and dabbled in the world of breeding and training upper level Dressage horses. She was lucky enough to have had the opportunity to ride some of the Prix St. George and Grand Prix horses.
After a time Sally went out on her own to start her training coaching and selling business, Sally McKechnie Equestrian. This was extremely successful and in this time she trained 6 horses to two star level Eventing which were all sold on the international and national circuit. In 2004 Sally decided to make a trip over seas to gain some international experience, so she packed up her things and her horses (at the time Balmoral Avenue) and headed for the USA.
She spent a year based with Phillip Dutton at True Prospect farm and after falling in love with the USA decided to get a visa to stay on. It is Sally’s goal to represent Australia at a world or Olympic games in Eventing and she feels she is closer to achieving that being based here in the USA. Her days consist of riding her competition horses, teaching students that are either based at her farm or trailer ins. Most of her weekends are spent away competing at horse trials and dressage shows. Adding to Sally's team is Hugh Lofting, Sally’s husband/truck driver/social organizer.
Two Bit Farm
Leigh Berman, owner of Two Bit Farm, is quite adept at finding nice horses and pairing them with the right rider. Specializing in hunter/jumper lessons, training and sales, Leigh has quite a history under her belt. One of her best accomplishments was finding Catch 22, a New Holland rescue and developing him to become fourth in the U.S. in Amateur/Owner Hunters. Leigh currently has students competing in Medal and Maclay ranks with their ultimate goal to qualify for the indoors. Leigh's quite confidence transfers to her students and it is evident when they compete.
In addition, Assistant Trainer Denise Ligget teaches the beginning riders and returning adults, with the emphasis on having fun. Denise also runs a Summer Camp every year. This year's dates are available by calling Denise at 215-205-8511. Each Summer Camp session is one week long and students are to bring lunch each day, an approved riding helmet, heeled boots appropriate for riding and a change of clothes.
Two Bit Farms is located in Boyertown, PA on 45 acres. There are 30 stalls, two outdoor rings and and indoor ring. There is plenty of turn-out space, trails and 24 hour care. Please call today for more information about lessons, boarding, training or camp.
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Available for training, sales, coaching and Pony Club rating preparation.
I am an upper level event rider, currently campaigning "Havarah's Charly". There is nothing better than helping a horse or rider systematically progress to achieve their goals. I have over 10 years of experience as a trainer and coach with over 20 years of experience as a rider. I am certified as a level II instructor with the ICP, have my "A" rating with the United States Pony Club and my BS in Amimal Science, Equine Production.
I work with beginners through One Star level event riders as well as those focusing mainly on dressage and equitation/jumpers.
Fox Den Farm - Boarding, Lessons, Training & Rehabilitation Services
Fox Den Farm, a 42 acre farm nestled amongst the rolling hills of Chester County in the beautiful Brandywine River Valley, is directed by Peter Hansen, Bereiter. Fox Den Farm's facilities include:* A new 70 by 150 lighted Indoor Riding Arena with sand and rubber all-weather footing & watering system.
* A fenced and lighted 20 meter by 40 meter with sand and rubber footing.
* A very large grass area used for jumping, outdoor dressage schooling or flat work.
* A grass racetrack for conditioning connected to wonderful hills for further muscle development.
* A large round pen.
* Miles of trails.
* Daily turn-out.
* Access to a professional trainer for you & your horse.
In addition to full, field and rehabilitation boarding available, services offered include young horse handling & training, dressage and jump lessons, lunge and double lunge training, rehab work, clinics and horse sales. Fox Den Farm - USA, LLC is a dealer of Max Hopfner Saddlery.
Additional information may be found at http://www.foxdenfarm-usa.com. Please contact