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Paragon Farm

Added: 05/08/2009 1:20pm. Last updated: 05/19/2009 4:56pm
General Information
Stable manager/owner: Greta Heimbold
Stable website:
Type of stable: public

Address and Contact
Street: 671 Fort Plains Road
City: Howell
State: NJ
ZIP Code: 07731
Phone number: (732) 730-9959

Property Profile
Approximate size of property: unknown
Approximate number of horses on property: 25-49
Approximate age of stalls: 10-25 years old
Types/sizes of stalls: Box stall, Pasture
Number of arenas: 1-5
Type of footing in the arenas: unknown
Number of turnouts: 11-15
Type of turnout: unknown
Access to trails or bridle path: unknown
Approx. number of vets in service area: 1-5
Approx. number of farriers in service area: unknown

Number of trainers on premises: 2-5
Trainers for which disciplines: Hunter/Jumper

Disciplines supported: Hunter/Jumper
Type of feed: unknown
Supplemental feeding services: yes
Frequency of stall cleaning: once a day
Horse shows held: no
Indoor or covered arena available: yes
Eventing course available: no
Eventing course level: N/A
Race track available: no
Hot walker or Euroxciser available: unknown
Grooming/care services available: yes
Number of crossties: 6-10
Number of hitching posts: unknown
Number of washracks: 1-5
Heated water in washracks: yes
Breeding facilities available: no
Trailer parking available: yes
Grazing available: yes

General boarding costs: $600-$800/month
Cost of trailer parking: unknown

Other features: none

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Reviewed by Bigbay2313 on 08/23/2015 4:37pm
81 out of 182 people found this review helpful
What I like:
Care for horses is phenomenal
Management is great
Plenty of hay/water/bedding
Good and friendly atmosphere
Always making improvements
Nice indoor/outdoor with good footing
Regular drag/water for rings
Jumps galore
Regular shows
Facility moved to Jackson NJ
What needs improvement:
If you aren't traveling or showing 12 mos a year (Florida, hits, etc) you will take 85% of lessons with assistant trainer (same price and just okay)
Gretas lessons are great but hard to come by
Services are pricey (even those that you an perform yourself such as clipping, mane pulling and bathing)
Board isn't cheap- (but worth it imo for level of care and attention)
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Reviewed by ShowMom123 on 03/22/2010 4:49pm
82 out of 268 people found this review helpful
What I like:
-farm is gorgeous/well kept
-cobblestone floor in barn
-nice indoor and heated tack room/lounge
-go to lots of shows
-sprinklers in outdoor ring & lots of nice jumps
-hosts a few clinics every year
What needs improvement:
-fields are muddy
-stuck with assistant trainer most of the time (paying same price).
-sometimes up to 8 in a lesson
-you are required to pay for services that you can do yourself (like bathing for a show).
-prices are high compared to other more qualified instructors/trainers in the area.
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Reviewed by EqRider on 05/08/2009 1:27pm
99 out of 236 people found this review helpful
What I like:
Loved the fact that the indoor is connected to the barn. There is a huge outdoor with a great selection of jumps. The training is excellent and you have a choice of group or private lessons. Great clinics from riders like Nona Garson. The horses have big stalls with ample hay and water and they are cleaned daily and they spend most of their day outside
What needs improvement:
Nothing major
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