A full service equestrian facility located outside of Quakertown, PA, focused on quality care of both horse and rider
9491 King's Highway East Greenville, PA 18041
Rosewood Equestrian Center is a private, full service facility that is a dream for the modern equestrian. Located on 48 acres in quiet East Greenville, PA, Rosewood is conveniently located on the edges of Bucks, Montgomery, and Lehigh counties. Close to Route 663, Route 309, and five minutes from the PA turnpike I-476, the farm is easily accessible from all over the region.
The staff at Rosewood Equestrian Center works hard to create a peaceful, positive learning environment as well as a wonderful place for clients to enjoy their horses and their sport. Consistent, excellent care is delivered daily by the barn manager Kelsie Jett and her experienced team. In addition, there is a staff member who lives on-site who performs daily night checks.
Rosewood focuses on quality care by implementing individualized programs for both horse and rider. Our clientele ranges from all ages and backgrounds, and we support all kinds of horses from youngsters in training to retired horses enjoying the rest of their life in peace. With the help of multiple certified trainers, Rosewood is able to offer any and all forms of equestrian training. Rosewood also allows trailer ins for lessons and hacking for a small fee. We are sure to find you and your horse a program that highlights your abilities!
Meet The Staff
Facility and Barn Manager
Kelsie grew up in the traditional hunt seat equitation and hunter ring, moving to equitation during her college years and represented Temple University as the IHSA team's captain for two years. Upon graduating Temple with a bachelor's degree in Psychology, she then switched to the jumper ring. She has been the manager of Rosewood Equestrian Center since April 2017. Kelsie focuses on creating a positive environment for both riders and horses to ensure high quality of care and oversees all property maintenance.
Ashley Dufrane | Dolce Equestrian, LLC
Assistant Barn Manager
Ashley has been working with horses of all shapes and sizes for over 10 years. She grew up riding balanced seat, and then fell into the eventing world. She has done a little bit of everything from showing IHSA in mounted archery to jumping through a hoop of fire with her 2017 Thoroughbred Makeover Mount. Ashley treats all horses as if they were her own. “To understand the soul of the horse is the closest a human being can come to knowing perfection.” -Unknown Author
Lia has been involved with horses since her childhood, acquiring her first off-track thoroughbred at just 11 years old. since then, she has trained and competed her main mount, dreamer, as well as several other off-track thoroughbreds and ponies through low level eventing and lower level jumpers. she has since moved to working with project horses and ponies.
Assistant to the Barn Managers
Whinny has been an integral part of the Rosewood family since 2017. found at wyndsor farm, she was raised here and has struck the hearts of everyone who walks on to the property. The true figurehead in charge, you will find her supervising horses both in the barn and in the field. she has also been known to dabble in assistant teaching during the week. in addition to Whinny, the clan would not be complete without her "sisters", Molly and Stella.
Meet The Trainers
Shane Ledyard | Ledyard Equestrian
USEF 'r' Judge & USHJA Certified Trainer
Shane offers classic American horsemanship for hunter, jumper and equitation riders and their horses. Shane's style is gritty, fun and spans over two decades in equestrian sports. He creates a healthy, positive atmosphere that stresses the technical side of the sport as well as a disciplined yet fun approach to horsemanship.
Contact Shane at 267-446-8392 or firstname.lastname@example.org://www.shaneledyard.com/
Kim Kobryn | Cadence Dressage
USDF Bronze, Silver, and Gold Medalist
Kim Kobryn is a Hanoverian breeder and USDF bronze, silver, and gold medalist who has trained 3 homebred horses all the way to Grand Prix. She has earned good placings at regional and national championships. As an instructor, Kim has helped numerous students earn their bronze and silver medals, and scores toward their gold. Kim teaches amateur and professional, competitive and pleasure riders, as well as trains young horses through Grand Prix.
Contact Kim at 215-530-9606 or CallawayFarm@aol.com
Alicia Lynam | Royal Ridge, LLC
Experienced Hunter, Jumper, & Equitation Trainer
Alicia focuses on having a competitive, yet fun and welcoming atmosphere. the center of her program is creating individual goals with each horse and rider combination in mind. Experienced in the hunter, jumper and equitation rings, she has traveled to venues across zone 2 as well as up and down the east coast, ranging from local shows to national derbies, pony finals, green incentive finals, and everything in between. Alicia is currently welcoming all levels of horses and riders and is excited to work with Rosewood.
contact alicia at 610-952-0479 or ADL526@me.com
Nick Bleiler | NB Equine
USDF Silver Medalist
Nick Bleiler is a USDF Silver medal dressage trainer with additional experience in show jumping and eventing. Nick specializes in starting young or unbroke horses as well as reschooling off track throughbreds.
contact nick at 610-703-2372 or email@example.com
Rosewood boasts two large barns with premium bedding, hay, and a feeding program with Tribute grain
Indoor Barn Facilities
Starts at $850 per month
-10 11'x12' fully matted stalls with outside dutch doors
-2 7'x12' fully matted pony stalls
-Stalls cleaned, fresh water, free choice hay every day
-Choice between straw and shaving bedding
-Blanket bag per each stall
-blanket changes, turnout gear on/off, fly spraying included
-Feed room, large tack room, and laundry room with slop sink
-Yoke doors on every stall front
-Inside wash stall with hot and cold water
-Direct access to brand new 80'x200' indoor ring
-Fans in summertime, heated buckets during wintertime
-administration of medications if necessary
Lower Barn Facilities
Starts at $750 per month
-20 12'x12' fully matted stalls with outside dutch doors-2 8'x12' fully matted pony stalls-Stalls cleaned, fresh water, free choice hay every day-Choice between straw and shaving bedding-Blanket bars on each stall door
-blanket changes, turnout gear on/off, fly spraying included-Large feed room, tack room, laundry room with slop sink, and furnished lounge-Wide aisle way-Two inside wash stalls with hot and cold water-Two outside wash stalls with hot and cold water-Fans in summertime, heated buckets during wintertime
In addition to board
-shavings bedding: $25/month
-holding/Arranging appointments for in house vet/farrier: $30/Quarter
-Rosewood staff does not hold or make appointments for outside vets/farriers
-in house services; Farrier -Dave Ballantyne, Vet- Blauner & Associates
-full body Clipping: $100 horse, $90 pony; hunt clipping: $75 horse, $50 pony
-trimming face/legs: $25
-Trailer parking: $30/month
-fecal tests/dewormer: annual tests, wormed per results: $20/test, $20/dewormer
80' X 200'
-Brand new construction as of April 2018
-Sand and TruTex Fiber footing groomed daily
-Full jump course set year round
-Large end doors to allow cross breeze
-LED lighting and sound system
-5' kick wall installed summer 2020
-Corner sitting area for parents and spectators during lessons
-judge's booth coming summer 2021
120' X 200'
-Sand footing groomed daily
-Full jump course set during spring/summer/fall months
-Removable fence boards to allow direct access to derby Field
-LED lights for nighttime riding installed summer 2018
-Visible from both indoor barn and lower barn
45 ACRES OF GRASS FIELDS
-twelve turnout fields
-Equi-strand fencing that is monitored daily
-individual to groups of six
-dry lot to accommodate ems/ir horses
-water at every field
-heaters in the winter time
-cleaned twice weekly in the summer, once weekly in the winter
Rosewood Equestrian Center hosts and attends multiple shows throughout the year
-Supports local circuit, Penn-Jersey horse show association
-adding more horse shows in 2021 through above the standard show series
-caters to all riders from walk-trot to 3' hunters, jumpers, and equitation
-additionally supports ihsa and iea
-rentals also available with access to both rings, jumps, Filler, etc
-attends horse shows from local series, the bchp, to the ridge and ludwig's corner
Sale and Lease
Cassila | 2003 17.2h Holsteiner Mare
*Leased until March 2022*
Cassila is an imported Holsteiner mare with extensive jumper ring experience. Cassila is appropriate for a talented junior or adult amateur rider looking to cruise around the jumper ring in style. She is honest, safe, never holds a grudge, and will always get you to the other side. She will hack out alone or with company. Cassila has an old and chronic injury that does not affect her soundness, but does limit her in her jumping abilities making her best suited as a Low C/A jumper.
Lease price in the low-fours. on-site preferred.
Bailey | 2006 16.2h Dutch Warmblood Gelding
*Leased until August 2022*
bailey is an imported dutch warmblood gelding with a long record in the jumper ring. he is best suited for a talented junior or adult amateur rider looking to gain more confidence and mileage in the show ring. he is honest and fun, with a huge puppy dog personality . he will hack out alone or with company. bailey is best suited for riders jumping under 3'3", or 1.0m. he is the same at home as he is at horse shows, with no prep or fuss. stands for the vet/farrier, self loads, and has no vices.
Lease price in the mid-fours. On or off site lease.
Farm visits are by appointment only. Call us today to schedule!
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