Rainbow Ridge Farm Inc. 

"The best care anyway from head to tail" 215-766-9356

                                                         Meet Our Staff

                   Lessons available for all ages and from beginner to advanced!

Key Benefits

  • "Come Join Our Fun Family Environment"
  • Meet other People with the same interests.
  • Ride all year Round in our all weather Lighted outdoor Arena.

 

                               

                  

 

                                                             

                                                   

                                                                       Amy Holland  

 

 Amy Holland  (Barn Manager)

Amy graduated from Delaware Valley College with a Bachelors of Science degree in Equine business, Amy has worked at our farm since 2000. She has worked the summer riding program, taught lessons and worked in the barn. She left us for 4 years to obtain her D.V.M. degree. She loves working with the horses and managing the daily operations of the farm.      

 

 

  

                         

                                         Virginia & Grace 

 Virginia Ahlers (P/T Trainer/Riding Instructor)

Is a certified Kenny Harlow instructor who specializes in dressage and jumping.  
She helps to start young horses and restart older problem horses.  Ahlers,
the daughter of a veterinarian, has a B.S. in Animal Sciences from Cornell
University and trained with Kenny Harlow, Melissa Simms, Bonnie Bonello. Lynn
Laskowski, Ray Hunt, Buck Brannaman, and Dave Kluge.                                               Virginia has been working at the farm since 1999.

 

 

 

            

                                                                  Sarah Keeling

 

 Sarah Keeling (English riding Instructor)                                                                       

 Sarah has been involved with horses since she was 15 years old. For her 16th birthday she was given a 10 month old Morgan colt named Jack. with the help of her trainer, Maria Bernard, she trained him from the ground up. Showing the versatility of the Morgan breed, he has learned to drive, ride English and Western, do dressage, trail ride and jump. She has assisted in the training of world-class show horses, delivered foals, worked with race horses from Parx, organized horse shows, helped with charity events and therapeutic riding. She has an education degree from Holy Family University and puts her degree to use introducing children to horses in riding lessons, horsemanship classes and summer camps.