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1710 Ridge Road
Pottstown, PA 19465-8806

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Coming Events

We have a number of exciting events in the months ahead! Find out what is coming up.

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Our Residents

They come from various backgrounds, but each horse has a unique — and interesting — story to tell.

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Your gifts, you can help!

Your help allows us to give our horses the appropriate quality of life they deserve in their retirement years.

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2016 Country Brunch & Auction

Sunday, October 23, 2016




Held at The Radnor Hunt in Malvern on Sunday, October 16, the Ryerss Farm Annual Country Brunch and Auction was a great success, with nearly 200 people enjoying a wonderful Radnor Hunt brunch and afternoon of fun. Both silent and live auctions were held, with President Sam Griffin serving as the auctioneer. The highlight of the day was the auction of a vacation week in Ireland on an Old Irish Country Estate.  Music for the afternoon was provided by BVT Live, as well as the Orpheus Club and also songwriter Jay Pillard who entertained all with his own “Ryerss Song.” All proceeds raised by this event will be used to help replace and repair the fencing on the 383 acres of Ryerss fields, paddocks and pastures.

Our Three New Mares

Saturday, October 22, 2016


On October 9, 2016, Ryerss Farm became the new permanent home for three mares who all arrived together as rescues from the Large Animal Protective Society.  They had been adopted several years earlier by a woman who could no longer care for them and, therefore, returned them to LAPS.  As all three were in their 20’s and could not be adopted as riding horses, they needed a permanent home to live out their retirement years. Ryerss has generously agreed to provide that place.  Please visit Ginger and her friends, Peanut and Bianca, when you come to the farm.  They currently reside in the two adjoining pastures north of the upper barn and silo. They are a friendly group and will welcome a treat of cut up apples or carrots.

If you can, please consider sponsoring one of these lovely mares.  Visit our SPONSOR A HORSE page and see how you can help for less than a dollar a day!