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Forrestel is now Hiring for 2019!
Tuesday, November 27th 2018

Forrestel is now hiring for summer 2019!


We are looking for experienced riding counselors and sports counselors.



19+ full time, seasonal role. Live in June through August.

If you would enjoy spending your summer with children and horses in a friendly, fun, outdoor environment please contact us further for more information on the posts available.
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Join us for your best summer yet!


Contact us via email: or call us 585-798-2222.

Happy Thanksgiving!
Wednesday, November 21st 2018

We are sending along our warmest wishes to you all for a Happy Thanksgiving!


Holiday gift certificates are now available and make a wonderful gift.

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Contact us in the office for your personalized certificate!


Veteran's Riding Weekend
Thursday, November 15th 2018

We had a wonderful girl’s riding weekend!

It was a busy weekend full of riding, jumping and lessons,


Art projects with Anika which included making homemade dog and horse treats and decorating horseshoes!


We spent plenty of time with our 4-legged friends who were all awesome!


some bareback riding to keep us warm,


and always some time to snuggle with Harvey and Bernie <3

Join us for our riding weekends in 2019:
February 15-18th
February 21-24th
April (Date to be confirmed)
May 24-27th

Register soon as spaces are limited.

Monday, October 29th 2018


Don’t miss out on enrolling your child in our Early Bird Special that ends in 3 DAYS! You will be guaranteed a place in the session and program of your choice. Your child will also receive a gift of a unique item of Forrestel clothing upon arrival to camp.

On November 1st Enrollment will open to all new campers.

Call us 585-798-2222

Email us:

or enroll online:

It’s that easy!!!

Hope you can join us :-)

Joey's Adventures
Friday, October 26th 2018

Four years ago early one June morning our beautiful homebred colt “Joey” was born, right here on the farm.


He has grown into a very handsome, friendly boy.

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He has been working on his basics of tying, grooming, standing for the farrier, lunging and long lining.


Last Wednesday morning it was time for him to leave Forrestel for his first big adventure.
He loaded on the trailer like a pro and off he headed for a 7 hour drive to Cochranville PA. Joey has gone to join one of our close camp friends (and old Forrestel Camper) Chloe Celani. Chloe, who works for Boyd Martin, an Olympic 3 day event rider, will break Joey and he will start his career under saddle.



Although it was so sad to see him leave we cannot wait to see how he does.


As I watched Joey leave in the trailer, I started to feel many emotions… Would he like it? would he settle in? would he make new friends? It reminded me of Parents dropping off their children at camp on arrival day, they too must share those same feelings.

Chloe sends us pictures and updates of his progress. They are starting to ride him and we can’t wait to find out how that’s going. Joey couldn’t be at a finer stable or have a better start under saddle.
Stay tuned for more updates!

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