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Welcome to Cedarline Farm

A Hidden Gem in New Oxford, Pennsylvania


Who We Are

Sue Smith offers professional services in Certified Equine Massage Therapy, PEMF Equine Therapy, and the SURE FOOT Equine Stability Program, in the surrounding area here in South Central, PA.

Cedarline Farm is a private farm in rural Pennsylvania. Offering quality facilities, lush pastures, and miles of trails, our farm was designed to be a safe, inviting place for horse and rider alike.

To learn more about our services offered, upcoming events or to schedule a clinic, feel free to reach out for more information.

Additional Services

The staff at Cedarline Farm & Equine Services puts customer satisfaction first. Our commitment to service means we won’t rest until you’re completely satisfied. Let us know how we can help you.

Equine Massage

The Masterson Method is a type of bodywork that incorporates light touch and movement/range of motion techniques in a relaxed state to release tension and restriction in the body. It welcomes the horse to participate and be part of his own recovery. Sue received her Certified Equine Massage Therapist certification through the Animal Rehab Institute in Loxahatchee, FL.


PEMF - Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Technology

PEMF is a complementary modality that stimulates and exercises cells to optimize wellness, increase range of motion, generate natural cellular energy, provide support for healthy joint and cartilage function, assist with muscle fatigue and discomfort after exercise and promote general relaxation - all without invasive procedures. PEMF is a great complement to traditional veterinary care, as well as other innovative modalities, such as Equine Massage, chiropractic, and acupuncture.


 SURE FOOT Equine Stability Program®

The SURE FOOT Equine Stability Program® unique approach utilizes a variety of controlled, unstable surfaces to potentially improve or reset the horse’s proprioceptors, engage the parasympathetic nervous system and self-regulate. This is a great tool to incorporate into your training program or simply improve your horse’s day-to-day handling.

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Contact Us

New Oxford, PA 17350

(717) 451-4726

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