Horse Boarding

IMG_0233Meet our  farmer Dante Pagliarulo. Dante is the 6th great grandson of Isaac and Phebe Manchester, who bought the property, from Captain Samuel Teter in 1797. Dante  has now taken on his own business venture of horse boarding, here on the beautiful Manchester-Farms.

Dante has worked on the farm for many years. When he was in high school living in Connecticut, he used to spend his summers working and milking our organic dairy cows.  After high school Dante moved to Pittsburgh to attend Le Cordon Bleu School of Culinary Arts. After completing school, Joe Pagliarulo (Dante’s Father) asked him if he would come out to the farm and help out for another summer. Needless to say Dante loves the place and has never left.

IMG_0243Now Manchester-Farms has a brand new horse boarding facility. We will specialize in the care of your horses. We will also be offering trail riding around our beautiful 422 acre property. Dante will be working with his long time friend Jessica Roberts. Jessica is the manager of the stables. She has worked with horses her entire life and is a phenomenal addition to our team.

Our horse boarding facility will have ten stables. All stalls include heated water buckets, grain feeders and rubber mats. All horses boarded at Manchester-Farms will be led out to pasture on a daily basis, weather permitting. Manchester-Farms will also offer transportation and weekly grooming and washing of horses, all included in the monthly fee. If you have any questions or would like to come see our facility please contact: Dante Pagliarulo at (203) 585-3193


3 thoughts on “Horse Boarding”

  1. I thin’g you need talk more about the cows and all the production milk ( scc, reproduction, % on conseption, % of production by cow) evryting, happy ear.

  2. Hi, we would like to come for a visit, this coming Thursday, July 31.
    Do we need an appointment?
    Do you have a store on your farm, so we can buy your products?

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