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Where Horses Rule!

 

The Summerbird training philosophy has developed over many decades of producing top western and hunt horses.  Never taking a short cut to get the ribbon and always investing in a solid foundation.  They offer an honest, hardworking environment for horse and rider.

 

The horses in their care are happy and enjoy work and showing.  Each horse is an individual and moves thru the program at their own pace.

 

Jeff & Amy have a reputation of being a trainer's horseman- developing young and troubled horses to great success. They have had great success at the national level in Open and Junior horse ranks.

 

Their ability to teach amateurs and junior exhibitors have been quite successful with multiple World and National Champions.

Welcome

Jeff and Amy Bessey welcome you to Summerbird Farm a world class horse training facility.  The Summerbird advantage is to tailor a program for each horse as an individual.  The priority of the training operation is the needs of the horse and the goals of the owner. With over a hundred world and national title clients that have carried the Summerbird banner, Jeff and Amy have been identified as a horseman’s trainer. Specializing in horses that need an extra touch and strategy.

Summerbird Farm

 

Hosts a 35 stall facility with an indoor ring, turn outs and a stallion station.  Enjoy a ride around the picturesque pond with your horse and experience beautiful Holland, New York, just 30 minutes from the Buffalo airport.

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WHERE ARE WE?

8148 Center Street Holland, NY 14080

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