Travelda Farm in Springfield Township Marks New Beginning (Sponsored)

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Travelda Farm

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Travelda Farm is located in Springfield Township, Bucks County.

Since its founding in 2007, Travelda Farm has operated as one of the premier horse boarding facilities in Upper Bucks County–and recently the facility has expanded its offerings to include a riding academy.

The Springfield Township farm, just a short drive from Saucon Valley, includes 50 acres of rolling pastures, with an old farmhouse, small broodmare barn, two outdoor arenas, a lesson barn and 36 stalls for boarding.

As a state-of-the-art facility, Travelda Farm also boasts a large indoor arena with premium footing.

In the fall of 2016, the farm launched the horseback riding center Travelda Riding Academy.

The vision for the riding academy is that of a comprehensive lesson program that serves the surrounding community, exposes a broad audience to show horses and provides an outlet for both children and adults to further their involvement with horses and the equine industry through lessons, clinics, horse shows and educational events.

Travelda Riding Academy’s innovative program offers private and group lessons to all levels of riders, from first-timers to seasoned show riders.

For more information about Travelda Farm and Travelda Riding Academy, please visit their website and like/follow their Facebook page, or call 610-248-3590.

The farm is located at 1930 Old Bethlehem Road, Quakertown, Pa., and is owned and operated by the Burland family.

Photos contributed by Travelda Farm


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