Suddenly Farm

 325 Main St Lumberton, NJ 08048


                        Welcome To Suddenly Farm

Suddenly Farm has been owned and operated by the Scelba Family since 1977.  We provide a well-maintained, safe and up-to-date facility with a quiet, relaxed atmosphere, large pastures, an indoor arena, and a show season consisting of a series of schooling Dressage Shows as well as several (USEF/USDF) Recognized Shows . Our many years of experience allow us to provide excellent care for your horse.

For 25 years, Suddenly Farm consisted of 80 acres with more than 60 stalls, and hosted a large lesson program. We have downsized to 25 acres with only 16 stalls, and are thus able to provide more personal attention to you and your horse.  Our main barn dates back to the 1700's, and has charm not found in the new construction of today. The brick construction offers warmth in the winter and cooler temperatures in the summer.

Training/lessons are available with Erin Scelba-Johnson (, or one of her assistants . We strive to maintain a relaxed and fun atmosphere in which to learn. Suddenly Farm has remained a family-run farm with management on the property 24 hours a day. We are located on Rte. 541 in Lumberton, NJ, only a few minutes outside of Historic Medford. 

We are centrally located between Rte. 70, Rte. 38, and close to I-295, making it an easy ride from the many local towns in South Jersey, and also from Philadelphia and the Shore points.

Please feel free to browse through our web-site to learn more about our facility and what we have to offer. You will find additional information on the facility itself, on our instruction/training program, and our shows.

Feel free to call us at 609-654-6076 or email at for more information.

Marilyn and Jim Scelba

Suddenly Farm reserves the right to refuse any individuals to the property or entry into any horse show or clinic held on the property for cause, including without limitation: 1. the individual has an outstanding financial obligation to Suddenly Farm; 2. the individual has a history of legal action against any horse operation; and/or 3. the individual or horse is deemed unsafe or a liability to the farm.     



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