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Experienced Specialists Contribute to Successful DevelopmentSaddle Ridge, an all-natural Florida equestrian property near the historic town of Sebring, FL, has teamed with Papillon Real Estate LLC to strengthen its sales and marketing and reinforce the very best in eco-conscious quality. Papillon...
My family and I went to the Florida Equine Capital Expo in Ocala recently. The expo is an equestrian fest of vendors, shows, exibitions, breeds and everything "horsey". There is a special emphasis on "natural horsemanship" and we were especially thrilled to see both Pat and Linda Parelli, Stacey ...
Saddle Ridge, an all-natural and eco-friendly equestrian community near the quaint Florida town of Sebring, has added Mary Ann Simonds to its team of "green" experts. Simonds is a professional equine and equestrian consultant who has worked in the equestrian industry for the last 25 years.Simonds...
This property is also OK to have horses!
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As an equestrian real estate specialist in Florida, I am often asked how many acres are needed to keep a horse. The answer is, unfortunately, not always easy. On the legal side, individual counties and even subdivisions may have varying zoning regulations and normally the more restrictive will su...
We specialize in equestrian real estate in Florida and enjoy helping horses find their dream homes. If you are searching for the right horse community for you and your equine friends, let us help. There are over 20 new horse developments being marketed by developers right now in Florida and many ...
Here are a few easy things you can do to make your structures and horse-keeping practices a little bit more gentle to the environment:1. Fly Predator Wasps - these are gnat-sized parasitic wasps that feed upon and breed within developing (pupal) stages of manure breeding flies, eliminating the ad...