The Lehigh Valley is comprised of the Lehigh & Northampton Counties and is Pennsylvania’s third most populated metropolitan region. This region is topographically conducive, with its largely level and open areas, for keeping horses. It is named so because it comprises an actual valley that lies between two large Pennsylvania mountain ranges, Blue Mountain to the north and South Mountain to the south. Lehigh Valley’s 730 square miles of rolling hills offer fun options for equestrian activities. Read more
The Lehigh Valley Horse Council has been in existence since 1980 and hosts informative clinics covering a vast array of topics. The Lehigh Valley Dressage Association offers dressage enthusiasts clinics, shows and camaraderie. Extensive trail systems run throughout the area. The Lehigh Valley is home to Rollingstone Farm in Slatington, highly regarded breeders of Hanoverians and Oldenburgs, show barn Blue Valley Equestrian Center, Hunter and Equitation Stable established in 1978 and Australian Olympic Grand Prix rider Sam Campell in Bangor. Boots & Saddle Riding Club in Allentown holds Penn-Jersey English and Western shows on site every year. Chaar Saddlery in Bethlehem is a large tack store not to be missed with its vast supply of equestrian goods.
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