January 2016 | Achieve Your Riding Goals at Trails End Farm
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Achieve Your Riding Goals at Trails End Farm

January 2016

Trail’s End Farm is a family-owned and operated stable located between Schaefferstown and Newmanstown in Lebanon County. It is conveniently located fur students from Lancaster, Berks and Lebanon Counties. The hunter/jumper facility is committed to helping students achieve their individual riding goals, working with students just beginning their equestrian journeys to those at the highest riding levels. Their 180’ x 110’ indoor arena, one of the largest in the area, provides a clear and safe place to ride year round in all weather conditions.

Trails End Farm students are a diverse group of children, adolescents and adults who work together to make the riding experience fun and enjoyable. Private and group lessons, clinics, trail rides and summer camps are offered, and the farm hosts a monthly hunter/jumper horse show series. Snowflake Series shows will be held January 2, February 27, March 19, and April 30.

Students are at the heart of the TEF relationship, enabling students to meet their goals through quality instruction and training. Barn manager and trainer Alexis Liskey, an accomplished rider, received training in the United States and Europe. Her students have qualified, participated and placed in USEF Zone Finals, National Pony Finals, Silver Stirrup Finals, Colonial Classic Finals and the PA State 4-H Horse Show.

For more information visit www.trailsendfarmpenna.com or to schedule a tour of the facility call (717) 949-2752.