ACSHs offers LESSONS in hunt seat , dressage and western dressage, BOARDING, TRAINING, SALES, and BREEDING. We are proud to stand the Oldenburg stallion COROMINO owned by Heritage Manor Sport Horses. Our 28 acre farm in south central Pennsylvania is home to our faithful " Charmers " .
We are a farm who prides itself in our " team " atmosphere - after all we ALL want to be BETTER RIDERS for the HORSES WE LOVE. Visit our Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/autumncharmofficial for the latest foal videos, show results, current events.
August 2015 2 Stalls open for boarding / training.
CALL 717- 246- 3048 and leave a message to set up an appointment today !
Above - Trainer / Owner at ACSH Jenn with Figaro owned by MJ Gibbs.
Above - ACSH trainer / instructor Jennifer Hoffman on Pittsburgh. Below - HMSH stallion Coromino ( Corofino x Romino x Athlete Z )
We breed Oldenburgs and Crossbreds including the adorable filly Como Cameleon pictured below by Coromino and out of Como Park now owned by Kim Turner and the lovely gelding Censational pictured above. Check him out on our sales page.
Below - Calamari bred by ACSH by Coromino and out of the Thoroughbred Amari by Silver Buck. We are a small breeder , raising a handful of quality young horses started quietly and correctly.
(Pictured Above) Student Toyah Houck-Nastanovich rides the Westphalian mare Firefly at Swan Lake Stables in August 2005. Firefly (by Fruehlingsball ) was a barn favorite - taught many people how to ride, jump, do flying changes, and dressage. We miss the bay mare with huge ears. Went to the big pasture in the sky 12/18/09 at age 28. Photo by Gary Knoll.
Como Park / Jenn Hoffman - IEO 2007 Training Level Champions. Como is by For The Future ( Furioso II/ Inschallah ) o/o a Mahagoni / Marten mare. High Score of the Day at September 2007 IEO show with a 73 % from Richard Ellis. IEO Training Level Champion for 2007. July 2008 - Showed first level - scoring a 71 and a 70 % under judge Sarah Duclose. Reserve Champion for the year - First Level 2008 IEO.
This site is dedicated to the memory of my friend Dr. John P. Hurtgen who passed away while doing what he loved - helping a mare foal. He was a wonderful friend, boss , and teacher . He bred Como Park- the mare pictured above, and gave me Firefly who is also pictured above and allowed me to buy my wonderful Holsteiner broodmare Look At Me . I showed many horses for him and in turn he allowed me to show my horse Wapsicle. His favorite horse when I was at Nandi was a foal he bred named NF Theodore ( Wap Spotted x Moms Manhattan ) who was a loud leopard colt . Theo won the Appaloosa Sport Horse Class at Dressage At Devon with me and John was very proud of him. When I was 12 yrs old I had him do a PPE on an appaloosa gelding and he told me he had conformation faults and that I needed to learn to judge conformation......and I took that to heart and started in 4-H judging classes up to collegiate judging - watching and learning. This was only 1 example of how he inspired me. Dr Hurtgen knew I wanted to learn and every day when checking mares he always took the time to TEACH me as if I was a veterinarian / colleague because I wanted to learn. He would teach anyone willing to learn. He stayed up late every night reading anything on horses . Every time I went back or would need supplies from him and Linda - it was like I had never left - he would start yacking away - the great story teller that he was. He left us too soon. I will miss you Doctor H ! ( passed away on 2/17/10 at 2 am )