Northwestern Stables, Inc.
The Northwestern Equestrian Facility (NWEF) has been an important part of the Philadelphia Equestrian History and Community for nearly a century.
Northwestern Stables was built in response to the changing needs of an industrial society. Involved in the evolution of the stable were some of the most influential Philadelphians of the time; E.T. Stotesbury, millionaire and financier with J.P. Morgan, Eli Kirk Price, lawyer and city planner responsible for the building of the Philadelphia Art Museum and John Sargent Price, avid equestrian, carriage driver and animal lover. For almost a century, NWEF has stabled horses for some prominent Philadelphians including the Houston and Strawbridge families as well as wealthy industrialists and executives.
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