Distinguished horse farms and miles of beautiful riding trails have made our region a popular destination for equestrians everywhere.
The Quaker Hill estate area in Pawling is home to some of the area’s most impressive equestrian properties. Prized for its scenic beauty and rich history, Quaker Hill also offers an extensive network of trails ideal for riders, nature walkers and cross-country skiers. The Oblong Trails, named for the 60-mile tract of formerly disputed territory along the NewYork/Connecticut border, offers riders the opportunity to enjoy the rare beauty and majestic vistas for which Quaker Hill is known.
Currently offered for sale are two idyllic Quaker Hill properties offering direct access to the Oblong Trails.
Strawberry Hill Farm occupies nearly 40 private acres with two connecting ponds, numerous streams and a barn complex encompassing 8 paddocks and a sand ring.
Broadfields is also graced with two ponds and fine equestrian facilities including two barns, four paddocks and a professional-caliber indoor ring.
Northern Westchester is also a hub for equestrian activities with hundreds of miles of riding trails.
Sutton Corners Farm has been part of Bedford’s long history for more than 125 years and offers extensive equestrian facilities including a Lawton-Adams-designed Olympic riding arena and direct access to the Bedford Riding Lanes 200+ miles of beautiful trails.
The breathtaking rural landscape of North Salem is also a popular setting for equestrians. At Three Ponds there are several beautifully designed barns, three ponds and fenced pastures offering direct access to the North Salem Bridle Trails that weave throughout North Salem and Ridgefield, CT.