>Paul's 2017 clinic schedule is up!
> Congratulations to the Ashbey's and Andrea Velas, the respective owners and trainer of Simia de Lana, better known as Maya, for winning the Fuego De Cardenas Cup. This trophy is awarded to an Andalusian/PRE for stellar dressage performance at the FEI levels by the Foundation for The Pure Spanish Horse. I know some people wonder about her name, which means "woolly monkey" in Spanish. Her father, Excelso, only ever produced gray horses, regardless of the mare's color. As you all know, gray horses are born in different colors, often very dark. When Maya was born, she had a beautiful, velvety dark brown coat, that reminded me of the woolly monkeys of South America that I had when I was growing up.
> Early this summer, Andrea Velas will be launching her own business in Hanover, PA. I wish her all the best and have no doubt her successes in teaching, training and competing will continue. I am deeply appreciative of all her help and contributions over the years, but as it has been said you can't keep that much light under a bushel. Please check her new website and her Facebook page for new and updates. Here at the farm we will continue providing the same quality of service, education, sales, and training we have so carefully developed over the years. Paul Belasik
> Paul's Atlanta clinic group interviewed him. To read the interview, click here.
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Lost Hollow Farm
281 Lost Hollow Road
Dillsburg, PA 17019