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About Us┃ The Facility

Located in beautiful Adams County, Pennsylvania, Cedarline Farm, is comprised of 73 rolling acres, abutting the Conewago Creek. Our facilities include a 100'x200' outdoor arena with manicured sand footing and exterior lights, as well as a 65'x120' indoor arena with custom equestrian footing and extensive mirrors. Well-maintained, we strive to provide an environment that caters to our horses. Additionally, we offer an extensive trail system to keep our athletes fresh and interested in their work.


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About Us┃ Meet Sue Smith

Sue Smith is an avid dressage rider and thoroughbred advocate. She earned her USDF Bronze Medal and has since been working to develop her young horses, as well as promote thoroughbreds in sport.  Her focus on sports performance and transitioning thoroughbreds from racing into second careers guided her to an interest in equine bodywork. She received her Certified Equine Massage Therapist certification through the Animal Rehab Institute in Loxahatchee, FL. She continues to work directly with Wendy Murdoch of SURE FOOT Equine Stability Program to become one of only Hoof 3 authorized practitioners in the US. She has also obtained her Level 3 Certification through Pulse for PEMF to practice on animals and humans. Driven by her desire to help her own horses and others, she is also in her final phase of the Masterson Method certification.  

A thoroughbred advocate, Sue is the Executive Director for CANTER PA, a non-profit organization dedicated to safely rehome horses retiring from racing. She also holds the position of Board Chair for the Retired Racehorse Project. The RRP assists in Thoroughbred Aftercare by increasing the demand for off track thoroughbreds in sport; founding the annual TB Makeover competition to showcase recently retired runners with less than a year of training off the track. In addition, Sue has published numerous articles and photos relating to safely transitioning thoroughbreds into new homes.

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