Surrounded by hundreds of acres of conservation land, hay fields, apple orchards, and corn fields, Winding Brook offers something for everyone. Whether it’s all day turnout in large fields, trail riding, or training in one of our two well-maintained rings, all disciplines are made to feel welcome.
Winding Brook Farm has been in existence for more than 30 years. The Toledos bought the 56 acre farm in 1992 with dreams of turning it into one of southern New Hampshire's premier boarding and training stables. At the time, the farm was mostly wooded with only 3-4 acres cleared and two existing barns capable of housing 17 horses. Eager to do most of the work themselves, the Toledos purchased a John Deere 350 dozer and began clearing more land for pasture and future expansion. It took several years to clear another 22 acres working part time as work schedules allowed.
In 2007, the farm underwent a major renovation. The Toledos closed down the existing barns and constructed 2 new state of the art 20 stall barns with an attached bright and airy indoor riding arena. The facility currently totals over 25,000 sq. ft.
In early 2019, Liz McGivern and Brian Freitag began working with the Toledos to manage the property and build on the dream that started in 1992. Their enthusiasm and hard work have brought new energy to the barn and they are proud of the friendly and open environment at Winding Brook. Improved organization, updated maintenance, and increased communication with boarders, trainers and staff makes Winding Brook a great place to ride, train, and work.