Borrowing Freedom
Tracie & Bob Lytle
440 Lytle Road; Glen Richey, PA 16837
Farm Phone: (814) 236-0803; Tracie's cell # (814) 762-0020; Email:
lytles_farm@yahoo.com
Native American Indian
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Northwest-Central
Regional
Task Force on Autism
Member since 2004

Clearfield Chamber Of
Commerce
Member since 2005

Clearfield - Curwensville
Tourism Authority
Member since 2005

Pennsylvania Wilds - PA  
PRIDE  
Member since 2007
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Equestrian Therapy
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visit our horses
Babies born on the farm...
See what we have done over the past 3 yrs
Our friends
Hello and welcome to Borrowing Freedom's  home website. Here you will find out
something about us, learn about Equestrian Therapy, which is working
w/individuals with the use of a horse for Autistic individuals, drug & alcohol
issues, emotional & behavioral issues, domestic violence & sexual abuse, mental
illnesses such as bipolar, ADHD and so forth.  We also offer trail riding, riding
lessons and birthday parties too.  Visit our horse family and check out the past
and present events. I am always updating our site, so if a site is not altogether,
please be patient as it is only me trying to do it all, which is normal hehehe.
Please look around at the other links and have a great time and if you have any
suggestions, comments, or questions please feel free to contact us @ the
numbers above or send email.
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Come ride horses with us and Borrow some
Freedom
! Ride for an hour, 2 hours or all
day for that matter. You'll be glad you did!!
Website designed by Tracie Marshall on September 16th, 2003; and updated periodically.
The latest version: November 3rd, 2012, @ 9:06am EST
CORN MAZE & HAY RIDE
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Nearby  
Dining
&  Lodging


Lots of Pictures of horsey rides,
events family and friends etc...
s, News etc..

OFF ROAD November 2009 issue.
We are on the front cover & like 6-8 pages inside.
yeppee yahoo!!

Even more news...
Tony our shetland pony is a star in a movie, called
"Little Horses" filmed in Curwensville,
PA. He is playing the part of an OLD, DEAF, and BLIND  pony. We will keep you posted.
Tony is so excited that he got himself prepared to look the part by rolling in some stickly
burrs, we call then hitchhikers, he really looked the part!!  
CORN-MAZE - 2014
IS BEING PREPARED

LOOK FOR UPCOMING FLYERS TO ATTEND THE 2014 CORN-MAZE
AT LYTLE'S FARM IN THE MONTH OF OCTOBER,
SATURDAY NIGHT'S;  6-11PM AND SUNDAY's; 12-4PM
Horses for sale by Equine now