Welcome to Hay Matters, the new blog for Hobby Horse Farms (HHF). If you are new to our facility, welcome! If you are a returning boarder, thank you for continuing to be a part of our community!
Hobby Horse Farms is a full-service horse boarding facility which houses the newly developed High Peak Equestrian, a training and lesson service that hosts shows, schooling events, and competitions. Although we specialize in Hunter/Jumpers, we are happy to welcome any discipline, any level of rider, and all breeds of horses. Hobby Horse Farms currently offers a host of boarding options and a total of four arenas. If you have a goal, there are spaces and resources ready for you to achieve it.
We believe in Raising Standards, not just in training but in overall horsemanship and horse care. HHF provides a bully free space to learn and we believe that if you are not making mistakes, you are not trying hard enough.
This blog will serve as a dashboard for all things HHF. We are offering the space for you to catch up on announcements, updates, changes, renovations, and your fellow neigh-bors. Please check
back regularly or follow our social media channels for notifications on recent posts. Find us on Facebook and Instagram @HobbyHorseFarms.
For now, welcome to our new website! Please peruse every tab and come back often to see our updates and changes. Our newly expanded staff directory is detailed under our staff page. Please reach out to Kaite Lorentz for any questions or concerns on your equine partner.
Finally, please consider joining us in our Annual Indoor Winter Open Buckle Series that will start on October 10th in our newly renovated indoor arena. There are opportunities to compete in English and Western events and all levels of riders and horses are welcome. Don’t forget your partners, children, and friends! Even with COVID19 guidelines, there is enough space for all riders to show off their skills.
If you haven’t noticed, the word new was mentioned many times. There are a LOT of things happening at HHF and we are excited to keep you in the loop as they develop.
Check back soon to see more Hay Matters!