Stony Creek Horse Farm is located in North Salem, New York. An equestrian paradise with acres of open lands and miles of woodland trails. We offer expert equine care, boarding, training and even a place to spend the night in country-luxe accommodations.
Stony Creek enjoys a rich history of equine related activities and once served as the kennel for the Goldens Bridge Hounds, the local fox hunting club. For many more years, it was the home of CAM LLC, a prominent hunter/jumper program.
Lisa B. Hennessy, Owner/Marketing Manager
Purchased in 2014, by equine enthusiast, Lisa Hennessy, Stony Creek's goal is to be THE place for riders and their horses, who want to ride in the countryside.
Carol Molony, Trainer/Barn Manager/Equine Sales
Oversees care, control and custody of horses. Teaches, trains and manages all equestrian activity. Winner, ASCPA Maclay Finals and AHSA Merit Finals (1962) Renowned Equitation judge.
- 22 Stalls
- Indoor/Outdoor Rings
- Turnout/Several Large Paddocks
- 10 Small Paddocks
- Overnight Stalls
- 2 Full-time Grooms
- Resident Groom
- Night Check
Three main structures house 22 stalls, private tack room/lounge, 2 indoor wash stalls, main tack room and trunk storage. Full Board includes: daily stall maintenance, hay, feed, shavings, tack-up and light grooming. Other equine services available by request.
Farrier, veterinary and other equine services by referral, by permission, or your own. We are certain your horse will be happy at Stony Creek Horse Farm!
Stony Creek is ideally situated on 7 acres in the heart of North Salem right on the rushing Stony Creek. Two well-maintained rings with premium footing. North Salem Bridle Trails and Open Lands are easily accessible for your riding enjoyment.
Pre or post riding, enjoy the EQ Club (rider's lounge, picnic area and outdoor lounge). Book a guest room (when available) to continue your experience.
At Stony Creek, we specialize in training and learning to ride outside. Create a bond with your horse and with nature. Feel comfortable riding on nature trails, fox hunting or hunter paces.