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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Need work done or want to buy or rent? Check out fencing, pond repair, engraving, auction, manure removal, rentals and real estate

Now that the rain has finally stopped and the sun has re-emerged, it’s time to put up that picket fence around your house or build the fencing you need for your pasture, and Esch’s Fencing LLC is just the place to do it.

See Esch’s ad on The Horse’s website to get a 10 percent deduction on all fencing supplies.

Esch’s has split rail, post and board, locust and pressure treated wood and steel gates to keep your horses secure.

For privacy, there’s custom wood privacy and picket fencing.

If you prefer a different type of fencing, Esch’s has vinyl coated high tensile, woven horse wire and PVF fence and railing.

Call 610-857-1676 to get started.

 

The Devon Fall Classic will be held Sept. 14-17 at the Devon show grounds in Devon, Pa.

Click on the banner ad at the top of the Competitions page to get full information on the Fall Classic, which offers four days of exciting show jumping competition, plus live music, shopping, food, rides and games.

The 5th annual Devon Fall Classic also features a dog agility exhibition, the annual “What a Good Dog” Contest, music and many other activities.

Crowd favorite Laura Chapot will be out to regain the championship title from Mattias Trompe, who also won the $25,000 Devon Fall Classic Saturday evening.

Call 610-964-0550 for more information,

 

A beautiful 39.7 acre horse farm is being auctioned on July 20 at 6 p.m., by Hess Auction Group.

The farm is located in Pequea, Pa., but the auction will be held in Manheim, Pa.

To fully appreciate this farm, you’ll want to see this fully equipped equine facility located in the unincorporated community of Pequea, which is in Lancaster County.

Pequea is where Route 324 ends at the Susquehanna River, 12 miles south of Lancaster. The Pequea Creek empties into the river in Pequea, which is pronounced "Peckway."

The farm is located at 647 Sandhill Rd., in Pequae, but the auction will be held at 768 Graystone Rd., in Manheim,

Visit hessauctiongroup.com or call 717-664-5238 or 877-599-8894 for more information.

 

With hundreds of horse farms and a number of race tracks in Chester County and surrounding areas, there are many, many people who need to rent for a season or longer, and Open Door is the place to find the best rentals in the area.

Open Door rents cottages, farmettes and studios.

It has houses for rent of various sizes and prices in and around Chester County.

Call 610-444-8600 for more information.

 

If you have horses, you have manure, and for small to medium size horse facilities, Equi-Roll Transport LLC is the company to contact for the best service.

Mick Powers takes a dumpster to your farm and places it where it will be convenient for you.

Then, when the dumpster is full, just call Powers and off the filled dumpster goes with a new, clean dumpster in its place.

Powers also provides bedding, which he will off-load and store in your hayloft.

Powers is prompt and polite, and the service is excellent and fairly priced.

Call 717-405-2957 for further information.

 

Whether you want virgin acreage that you can shape to your own dream, a small farm or an exquisite, million dollar, fully loaded horse farm, go to Holly Gross Group, a member of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services.

Stephen, Holly or Stewart will provide you with honest, professional service.

Click on the Holly Gross ad on this website, and it will take you directly to the Holly Gross website, where you can view a beautiful five bedroom house on 22.8 acres for $2.75 million or see a lovely stone five bedroom house with a pool, listed at $650,000.

If you want to create your dream home for yourself, there’s 11.7 acres available for $349,000.

Call 610-486-6544 or 610-431-1199, ext. 2266 for more information.

 

An equestrian property with spectacular views located in Amwell Valley, listed at $1.5 million, is offered by Weichert Realtors.

The property features a beautiful home on 67 preserved acres and is a fully equipped farm ready to move into.

Click on the ad, and it directs to you Linda Haughey’s website, where you can see additional properties offered by Haughey.

The website introduces Haughey’s services and capabilities in Hunterdon County and the surrounding area.

Call Haughey at 908-328-9304 or email her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you would like to visit additional houses or see additional farms.

 

If you would like to add a pond to your farm, or if you have a pond that needs to be repaired, check out Rob Roy Farm, which is located in Nottingham, Pa.

Robert Rohrer also clears clogged waterways, which are a problem on many area farms.

Rob Roy excavates for riding rings, for building sites and for driveways.

Rohrer mows and clears brush and clears for terraces.

He serves northern Cecil County, Chester County and southern Lancaster County.

If you have work that needs to be done on your farm, call Rohrer at 610-656-5871 or 610-656-5870.

 

If you want your horse to look elegant, have The Engraver engrave his or her name on a handsome nameplate attached to the halter.

The Engraver also makes stall, bridle and saddle plates, and they’re available in solid brass, solid nickel and engraver’s plastic in a wide variety of colors.

The Engraver works quickly and on site at a number of shows, and you can have a nameplate in just a few hours.

But The Engraver offers much more than just nameplates.

There are wristbands, belts and much more.

There are padded two-tone bracelets, bets, dog collars and handbags.

Have your dog’s name and your phone number engraved on a nameplate for your dog’s collar. That’s a great safety backup.

The Engraver will be at the Devon show grounds for the Brandywine Summer Series, for the Devon Fall Classic and for Dressage at Devon.

Call 610-430-0123 for more information.

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