My name is Jennifer Buck and I am the trainer, owner and manager of Jennifer L. Buck Stables. I would like to thank you for visiting my site and hope that your time spent here proves to be enjoyable and useful.
I have enjoyed training, riding, showing, managing, judging and studying horses for over 34 years. I have spent countless hours in the show ring, attended numerous college Equine/Ag courses and continuing education courses at the University of Delaware, The University of Pennsylvania and Penn State University. I have attended USHJA Trainers Symposium courses, USEF Judges Seminars, USEF Hunter Breeding Seminars and horse care clinics. I have attended numerous lessons/clinics with Olympians, trained with the country's best hunter and jumper trainers, and showed along the east coast. I have worked beside veterinarians, chiropractors and massage therapists and observed procedures and practices in top equine operations around the country.
My aim is to provide horse enthusiasts and their horses a clean, safe, and pleasant working environment, making it easier to achieve goals. I strive to provide the best possible training, horses, care and facilities, while keeping the cost practical. This is my business but it was first my passion. My goal is to offer a full service equestrian business that meets the needs of the horse and rider while maintaining the highest standards in every aspect of the operation.
Please peruse our site to learn more about us and our services. If you have questions, or if we can be of assistance, please call, e-mail, or schedule a visit. We look forward to speaking with you and if our services meet your needs, we invite you to consider becoming a part of our happy barn family.
Jennifer L. Buck
Congrats to all of our Champions over the past few weeks! Lots of fun riding and showing in some very interesting weather. :-) Looking forward to new horse and rider teams coming together over the next several months. Will be fun and exciting to watch the bond and partnerships grow.
We are always looking for working students. You must be willing to work a minimum of 2 days per week. You must be a junior rider (14-17) to apply for the working student position. If you are under the age of 14 or older than 17 we do have volunteer positions. We do not require a minimum. You must call ahead to be added to the schedule.