Success Stories

Chreglia Manor, LLC
459 Orchard Road
Delta, PA 17314


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The farms renovations began January of 2004. With the help of Pleasant View Builders, LLC we were able to install 28 new posts and beams to structurally stabilize our large 140 year old bank barn. After three months of major construction we designed our future stall area.

After months of research we found Sunset Valley Metal Craft and they custom built each stall to our specifications. We were able to design 12 over sized stalls which consists of three large 12X16 foaling stalls, two 14X16 stallion stalls, 7 oversized stalls, two grooming stalls with rubber mats and a large wash stall with hot water. Each stall has over 12 inches of drainage with equi-terr, removable yokes and water gates for safety. Our extra wide isle with cobble stone is a a non-slip walk way.

Attached to our bank barn is an 80X80 indoor arena. On the north side of the arena we removed 5 stalls and installed a 10X 40 tack room with lockers, storage for horse blankets and a 10X20 grain/utility room. In the furture, the south side of the barn will have a full bathroom, 10X20 kitchen and a 10X30 observatory/lounge . When the arena is extended an additional 50 feet, we will include a 10X30 office and storage.

Along with the construction of the barn, we removed all the old electric and installed a brand new electrical system, as well as, water system.

In April 2004, we were able to construct our full size outdoor dressage arena with the help of Baltimore Pile and Marine Excavating. This arena is used for clinics and shows with MDA. Next to our dressage arena we will be installing a very large natural footing jumper course. We wanted to provide our clients the most flexible, convenient riding atmosphere as possible and have designated arenas for each discipline. We will also install a 60 foot round pen in the future.

January of 2008, we removed all existing stalls in our 60 foot loafing shed and replaced it with 5 new tongue and groove dividing walls with aluminum dividers and sliding doors. It also houses our grain room.

Bordering our barns, we have three large lush pastures with streams, three mare and foal paddocks and two small pony/foal paddocks. Our turn out is small and gender based. We believe in offering the best and safest situations for our equine friends.

The best part of being in a rural area with lots of space is the opportunity to get on horse back and trail for hours along the banks of the Susquehanna, through lush fields and many acres of woods. We believe in providing many different opportunities under one roof.