At Fairfield Farm, you’ll find
a level of professionalism and depth of experiencethat is
rareat most private boarding stables.
Both the farm owner and the farmmanager are
professional equestrians with
credentials in the equineindustry and a solidcommitment to providing the best
possible for yourhorse.
Petra Azar — owner
A native of Hamburg, Germany, and
a lifelong horsewoman, Petra Azar opened Fairfield Paso Finos as a Paso
Fino breeding and training facility in New Hope, Pennsylvania, in 1993.
Since then she has ridden and trained local, national and world champion
paso finos—an elegant breed known for its smooth yet energetic gait. She
has raised, trained and shown paso finos in all classes, including
performance and fino, and she has won dozens of awards, including the
prestigious Grand National Championship. Although she no longer breeds
horses, Petra is available for training and consultation. She is a member
of the Professional Paso Fino Trainers Association.
Liz Avery – manager
Liz Avery has worked around
horses since 1980. She grew up in Ohio, where she received a degree in
animal husbandry from Sinclair Community College/Ohio State University.
She spent eight years at thoroughbred farms in Kentucky, where she was
involved in lay-ups of injured racehorses and as well as breeding
programs. She has ridden and trained hunt seat, western pleasure, basic
dressage and gaited horses. She joined the staff at Fairfield Farm in
1997, where she currently oversees the boarding operations and the lesson
and training programs. She is especially skilled in working with
amateur-owner clients, and she is known for her supportive, easy-going
Fairfield Paso Finos 6020
Lower Mountain Road<>New
Hope, PA 18938