Grazing Acres Farm is a family owned and operated facility in beautiful Southern Chester County that has been passed down through 3 generations beginning in 1948. It is currently run by the Healy family.
Both Western and English riding lessons are offered in a family friendly atmosphere. Whether you want to compete locally or casually trail ride, Grazing Acres Farm can help you attain your goals as an equestrian.
The facility offers full care. There are two outdoor arenas, an indoor arena, and easy access to trails. Grazing Acres is only a short distance to Fair Hill, MD.
We look forward to working with you!
Jimmy started riding at the age of 6 on Daisy, his first Shetland pony. At 8, Jimmy joined Fair Hill Pony Club and Gum Tree 4-H. He was an active member in both clubs for many years. In Pony Club, Jimmy competed in cross country and stadium jumping as well as showing in production, gaming, pleasure and driving in 4-H. While participating in 4-H, Jimmy earned a PA 4-H State Horse Show Champion in 3 Year Old Futurity. On a summer trip in Arizona, TR Serio introduced Jimmy to the rodeo sport of team roping. In 1990, Jimmy’s parents bought him his first rope horse, Roanie. Jimmy and Roanie competed in the PA High School Rodeo and Youth Rodeo in Team Roping. During Jimmy’s high school years, he and Roanie were in the Top 4 teams in the state each year and qualified for the National High School Rodeo Finals. Jimmy attended South Western Community College in Creston, IA on a rodeo scholarship. He later returned home to finish his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Wilmington University in Newark, DE. Jimmy currently competes in the First Frontier Circuit for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. He has qualified multiples times to the circuit finals in both heading and heeling. Jimmy specializes in timed event lessons and working with problem horses, but teaches all disciplines.
Grazing Acres Riders at Fair Hill on New Year's Day Ride 2016