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Ledyard Farms Will Host Their Fifth Annual Open Barn



If having beautiful Morgans, great food, and amazing company on a beautiful property in the Finger Lake region of upstate New York sounds like a good thing to you, make your plans now to attend the Open Barn hosted by Ledyard Farms in King Ferry, NY.

The fifth annual event will take place on September 13, 2016 at 5:30 pm.  Hundreds of Morgan horse lovers are expected to attend.

The event has become a tradition for participants at the New York Morgan Horse Show, at the nearby New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, and community members alike.  The event showcases Ledyard Farms’ property, and some great Morgan stock, from youngsters no one has yet to see, to established winners many have cheered on in victory passes. The party includes a dinner, tours, entertainment and a presentation of the farm’s 18 young Morgan horses. 

Participants at the NY Morgan Horse Show can take Ledyard’s charter bus from Syracuse to King Ferry and back from the event.

Each year excitement about the event grows.  William Haines, farm owner, and Rebecca Rodlin, Equine Manager, were thrilled to host more than 300 guests last year and anticipate even more this fall. All are invited, and RSVPs are encouraged for dinner and/or to reserve a seat on the charter bus. To RSVP, please contact Rebecca Rodlin at 603-380-1077 or rrodlin@ledyardfarms.com. Please follow us on Facebook at Facebook.com/LedyardFarms for event updates, directions and details.

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