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Business of the Week: Blue Meadow Farm

Whether looking to ride competitively or for fun, Blue Meadow Farm is a great local option.

Photo Credit: Blue Meadow Farm
Photo Credit: Blue Meadow Farm
Welcome to our weekly Business of the Week feature, where we highlight a business in town.

This week's spotlight is on Blue Meadow Farm, located at 120 Nobscot Road.

According to the business' website, Blue Meadow Farm is an ideal choice for residents who are looking to ride at a variety of levels.

"Whether you wish to ride for pleasure or to compete, we will help you achieve your goals," the About Us section says. "At Blue Meadow Farm we believe horsemanship is the progressive learning of horse care and riding skills. We focus on safety for both rider and horse. A solid foundation is the basis for obtaining higher levels of riding. Blue Meadow Farm promotes this learning in a positive, friendly environment."

Leading the way at Blue Meadow Farm is trainer and instructor Audrey Murphy, who has more than three decades of experence.

Murphy is certified with the American Riding Instructors Association as well as being a Massachusetts Licensed Instructor. The local trainer has won a bronze medal through the United States Dressage Federation, a method of horse training that has been popular since the late 1800s.

For more information on Blue Meadow Farm, visit their website or call (978) 443-4800.

Thanks to Sudbury Patch Facebook follower Kim Bullock for suggesting Blue Meadow Farm as our latest Business of the Week. Do you have a business you'd like to see spotlighted? Email matthew.schooley@patch.com with a Sudbury business that you think should be highlighted.

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