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Horses/Ponies for Sale or Wanted
Tack, Property & Miscellaneous for Sale or Wanted, Help Wanted
17.5 arcade normal (which correlates to a MW), 2A monoflap flap French calf leather jumping saddle in very good used condition. 2008 model, serial 1119, includes original Devoucoux cover, Wilkes custom white shaped hunter pad, and a 26” brown thinline monoflap girth in excellent condition. Lists 5K+ new; priced at $2399 negotiable.
Email Karen or call at (716)713-6893
County Saddlery has resisted the trend towards synthetic materials and cheap production methods. County saddles are designed for both horse and rider comfort, results speak for themselves. Horses move more freely and pain free, riders are more comfortable, connected and secure.
Test ride one today!! You have nothing to lose and everything to gain!!
Contact Kerri Gaffney- Upstate NY County Saddlery Representative
Master Saddler's Association trained
585-645-9093 or email
At Springfield Farm, we cherish a horse’s individuality and appreciate his history. Each is cared for and loved as one of our own. Springfield Farm is a sixty-five acre farm located in the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York and just minutes from downtown Ithaca and Cornell University’s Large Animal Hospital. Our care is based on the premise that each animal deserves the best quality of life, including one-on-one attention and focus on individual dietary, physical and emotional needs. Springfield Farm horses enjoy the maximum turnout that weather allows and individual stalls for those days that aren’t so nice.
Boarding fees include feed, blanketing and plenty of individual attention. Veterinary and farrier services are billed to the owner at cost. As the owners of Springfield Farm, we live onsite and provide direct, personal care for all horses. The size of our operation is small by design. Our combined experience and education will give you complete confidence in your decision to retire your horse at Springfield Farm. Please feel free to contact Lori Elrod at 607-351-1499 or email for additional information, request photos or arrange a visit. Visit us online.
A non-profit therapeutic riding and horsemanship center, that serves the needs of people with disabilities, is looking for volunteers to help support our programs. Opportunities for involvement include working with horses and participants, helping with horticultural activities, fundraising, special events and administrative support. For more information contact Debi at (585) 624-7777 or email.
Free to members
$10 for non-members, listed for one newsletter & 3 months on website