Guests at Summit Farm are greeted by a bucolic country scene: horses trot along in open fields, birds dart in and out of thickly wooded ridges, and a farm cat basks lazily in a sunny flowerbed with a belly full of field mice. The privately owned equestrian facility buzzes with activity. As a full-service stable, the farm offers lessons, boarding, showing, and party services while still leaving enough time to fit leisurely trail rides into the daily schedule. Summit Farm's 21-stall barn offers both a hot and cold wash stall and a heated office and tack room. Their indoor ring features a fully enclosed heated viewing area with coffee and other beverages for spectators, and a 130'x230' outdoor ring is also available.
Dedicated trainers expose their horses to a variety of disciplines, enabling them to accommodate many different riding styles and students, and occasionally enter steeds in local hunter paces and AA circuit competitions. The instructors also lead summer riding camps that help beginners acclimate with grooming, tacking, and riding activities. Jeans or long riding pants are required for all riders, along with riding boots and hair ties for kids with shoulder-length beards.
The team of experienced therapists at Rebound Massage Therapy and Sports Wellness treat all of their clients with the same care they would show to a professional athlete. They design each of their massages with the end result in mind: depending on their individual clients, they might rely on relaxing Swedish strokes, stretching kneads, or trigger-point techniques that train muscles to kick their bad habits.
Cynthia McIntyre understands the needs of a busy professional with little time to drive to a studio and wait to have his/her professional headshot taken. Cynthia will bring her portable portrait studio to your office or location of your choice to create studio quality headshots for your use in print, websites, emails, etc
Tambascio’s culinary artisans craft a hearty Italian menu using fresh seafood, hand-cut steaks, and an inventive approach to Old World cuisine. Visitors can prime palates with traditional starters such as fried calamari ($14.99 for a large) or sample Portuguese-style clams steamed in beer and served with caramelized shallots and chorizo ($11.99). Entrees encompass fruits of the sea freshly plucked from underwater orchards, including pan-seared Atlantic salmon that sports herb crusting and rests atop roasted fennel risotto ($18.95). Turf-derived offerings, meanwhile, include the 16-ounce tuscan T-bone topped with rosemary butter and accompanied by roasted garlic mashed potatoes ($24.95). The mediterranean pizza ($10.95–$17.95) arrives bearing fresh basil, eggplant, kalamata olives, and feta cheese; roasted-tomato-and-goat-cheese ravioli bathes in a lifeguard-supervised pool of savory roasted pepper pink sauce ($16.99).