Welcome to Friendship Farm and Yet Again Farm!

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Friendship Farm and Yet Again Farm are adjoining private farms, both owned by Amy Bresky and Maureen & Joe Wurzel. Each is appropriately named, as it is Maureen and Amy's long-time friendship that made these farms a reality. They met at a boarding stable in MA in 1983 and have remained close friends, first showing in the hunters together, and then have been there for each other's highs and lows as they diversified into other equestrian disciplines and life interests. Both are amateur riders.

Maureen has successfully trained and competed in the show hunters with the encouragement of husband and father, Joe. Maureen has an affinity with young horses and has brought many along to very successful careers as hunters.  Originally from Georgetown MA, they reside at Yet Again Farm for most of the year.  Son Patrick showed in the hunters as a junior and graduated from Eastern Carolina University, where he majored in Construction Management.  He now works for the NC Department of Transportation.

Amy lives at Friendship Farm and now focuses on dressage.  She has earned her Bronze, Silver and Gold medals and is currently competing at Fourth Level with a new horse. Amy lives at Friendship Farm 8 months a year and then heads to cooler climes further north at her Over & Over Farm in W. Windsor, VT during the summer. 

Both Maureen and Amy believe in diversity for their own and their horses' happiness and success, so all of them also enjoy trail riding and hunter paces.  Click on Our Horses to see the horses in residence this winter. We ask you to respect that Friendship Farm is a private home, not a boarding or riding stable for the public.

Both farms and horses are ably cared for by Kevin Cremins, whose years of experience as a Thoroughbred race trainer make him a very valuable member of the team.  We consider ourselves very lucky to work with him, both for the knowledge and wonderful care and attitude he brings to the farms each day.

The other part of the Friendship Farm name has come to mean the pleasure of the company of friends, many who visit from all over the country. We also enjoy having Robin Savoie and her horse here at the farm.  It is hoped that the farm will always be a place of peace and rejuvenation for beloved friends.




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