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We offer more ride types than any other venue in New England. With that, we have to be very careful and keep our safety standards high so we don’t have accidents that result in injuries. The Guides Discretion means that the guide is trained to not only judge your history in riding but also the […]
Local Wildlife Besides your horse’s ears and another horse’s bum….you will see everything you can think of in Maine’s natural environment. Our trails are mostly on Leach Hill with a great view of Mt. Washington at times. We have seen moose, deer, coyote, pilliated woodpeckers, porcupines, skunks, woodchucks, wild turkey, bobolinks, bald eagles, hawks, killdeer, […]
The week of April Vacation 2019 you can get these special deals for your family any weekday that the weather and trail conditions cooperate. If you attempt to make a reservation and cannot go due to weather or trail conditions then we will honor the discount for any non holiday weekend through June 15th. If […]
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“fall colors on horseback” Reviewed October 19, 2015 My daughters request a horseback trail ride on every vacation. This place was reasonable, very accomodating, and where some have cut 15-20 minutes from a 2 hour ride, this day we had 15-20 minutes extra! We had some experience so we got to trot and even canter […]
“Beautiful Trail” My family and I had a wonderful time riding. We passed beautiful creeks and were surrounded by pine trees which was great aroma therapy. The staff was knowledgeable and pleasing. The horses were well trained and followed each other through the trails so don’t worry if you are a beginner. Enjoy!
First Newfoundland Pony I found Cricket as a two year old in a pasture alone after her pasture mate had died. She had been purchased from the Newfoundland Island as a pasture buddy for the aging horse. When Cricket arrived, she was perfect in so many ways. I taught her to lunge in the round […]
On her first trip out in my carriage on the Naples Causeway we were passed by an ambulance with siren blazing. She never flicked an ear. On the fourth of July she slept through the fireworks as a friend and I watched from the drivers seat. Rose is as solid as they come. Often sleeping […]
Abby’s History Abby is a Percheron/QH/Morgan cross. Her story begins with the Amish. As a two year old she worked the fields in a team and was bred. A woman bought her at auction but did not know she would have a foal the following spring. The foal and the mare became too much for […]