Success Stories

Chreglia Manor, LLC
459 Orchard Road
Delta, PA 17314


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We will post our show, clinic and special events monthly.


In January MCTA held its Annual Banquet & Awards at Summit Manor in Hereford. The banquet celebrated accomplishments of its members in 2010.


January 10th, MDA Banquet for 2008. Anna Conetta received 2 gold and 1 bronze medal, 2 High Score Grand Championships and 1 Reserved Championship riding Say Casper, Hotrod, and Raven. Marie Burns received her gold medal and Reserved Championship riding her horse Hotrod. Another student of ours, Debra English, received her gold medal and 4th place for the year riding her Dutch mare Rich Amber. Leslie Kline, one of our boarders, received her gold medal and Grand Championship for First Level.

September 12th, 5th MDA Dressage Show.

September 13th, yearly clinic with Yvonn Coleman-Larson.


January 13th, MDA Banquet for 2007. Anna Conetta received 3 gold medals and 3 High Score Grand Championships riding Say Casper, Hotrod, and Perfect Response. Julianne Broyles, trainer and owner of Chreglia Manor, received Trainer of the Year.

May 23rd, our first filly of the year was born. She is named Grande Merlot.

May 27th, a second filly was born. Her name is Grande Chablis.

June 28th, another filly is born. This one we named Corona.

September 8th, we held our 4th MDA Dressage Show.

September 9th, we held our yearly clinic with Yvonn Coleman-Larson.


March 31st/April 1st, Clinic with Yvonn Coleman-Larson for the third time!

April 24th, our first foal of the season born at 10:15PM. Whitman is a strong, extremely handsome colt by Waldaire out of Happening Baby. He is very flashy with lots of chrome and could easily be a great stallion prospect. Highly recommend to a serious show home!

May 3rd, our second foal and first filly born at 12:45 AM. Name still unknow- we are between three names. WE are so thankful this is a filly. Gemini (aka Mary's Last Beat) will be pulled out of the breeding program. Gemini is a wonderful show prospect that we hope to get out by next spring. Avalon (potential name) is a beauftiful dark bay gal. Super sweet dispostion. Avalon is by Imported Black Stallion, Akatschi (he is currently owned by young rider, Elisa and is back in Europe). Finally, we named her Aria.

May 5th, our first show of the season. Very pleased with our scores. It was Casper, HotRod and Benny's first show away from home, second show ever. Along with this new activity, it was also Anna's (the rider for all three) first show away from our farm/home. She had 3 scores in the mid 60's, a 69 and a fabulous 73! Way to go Anna, keep up the good work. We couldn't be prouder of our top student!

May 16th, our second filly born. Her name is DeLaila.

May 19th, another colt is born. He is named Westin.


April 7th, our first foal was born. Rem'brance by Blue Blood is out of Mary's Last Beat, was born at 12:45AM. He is a BIG, confirmationally correct chesnut colt with a beautiful flashy white face, right front sock and a left white coronet band.

May 2nd, our second foal was born. Samurai is by Scimitar out of Cordillera was born around 1:30 in the afternoon. He is a gorgeous, correct bay colt with a hind left sock.

May 6th, Congratulations to Leslie and Faith for a job well done at their first dressage show of the season. They scored a 63.8!

May 10th, our third foal was born. Warrick (means leader) by Waldaire out of Happening Baby was born at 5:30AM. He is a large dark bay colt with a hind right sock, left coronet band and a few speckles of white hair for a star!

May 19th, our fourth foal was born... finally a filly! Wahkona (means beauty) by Waldaire out of Raven was born at 11:22AM. She is a pretty chestnut with a perfect star, two tall front stockings with the right one half way over her knee, a hind tall left sock and a right coronet band.

June 21st, our fifth foal was born at 3:30AM. She is a very pretty dark bay by Waldaire out of Y'all Come. We took a bit of time to name her because mom's milk was very rich and we had some tough times with her. Her name is Willow Wisp. There is no doubt she will be a strong, healthy mare!

July 2nd, our last foal of the year! Our third chestnut and third filly! We were so hoping for a filly. Shaylee (means Princess of the Field- Gaelic), which she certainly lives up to her name. She's a sponky gal that reminds us of the typical Red Headed Irish! Shaylee has outstanding confirmation!

July 22nd, our Second Annual Open house.

September 9th, MDA Dressage Schooling Show.

September 10th, clinic with Danish rider, Yvonn Coleman-Larson

November 11th and 12th, Clinic with Yvonn AGAIN! Due to high demand, Yvonn graciously returned for a full two day clinic. We had a wonderful turn out and made it through the down pours!