Halloween Scavenger Hunt

Join us for the Massachusetts Horse Benefit Adventure Trail Halloween Scavenger Hunt on October 27 at 9 a.m. at Sandalwood Stables, 188 Monson Road, Wilbraham. (The rain date is November 3.)

The venue for the Massachusetts Horse Adventure Trail Halloween Scavenger Hunt is exclusive to this event. The private wooded trails of Sandalwood Stables, in Wilbraham, were completed in 2015, and have ideal wood-chip footing, pathways that wander along stone walls and streams, hills as well as long stretches, an open field, a wooden bridge, and stunning views of the Pioneer Valley from the height of Wilbraham Mountain.

Annual Hoedown This Weekend

Blue Rider Hoe Down Musicians

Our Hoedown is this Saturday July 20 from 6 – 9. This year we will be remembering our dear Twist and we hope you will join us for an evening of dance, relaxation, and connection.

No age limit, no need to know any dances, come with or without a partner. Bring good cheer! Fun for everyone!Bake sale items and garden produce for sale. Bonfire and s’mores to round out the night.

Everyone can dance


Neighmaste – A Workshop Joining Yoga and Riding

Sunday, March 15, 2015  10 AM – 4 PM

This workshop focuses on balancing and opening your body while lightening your spirit. The Neighmaste practice increases mindfulness, helps center breath with movement, and connects mind with body.

annayogaWhy Horseback Riding and Yoga?
Yoga’s focus on core strength is also necessary for riding. Its themes of grounding, centering, and breathing into and moving from your core can help a rider direct energy and intention to the horse. This will help you become a more effective and sympathetic rider, while strengthening your capabilities to better communicate and bond with your horse.


yoga  In the workshop you will:
● Explore the mind-body relationship distinctive to being with horses
● Practice yoga on and off the horse
● Learn to use your body as a tool of communication
● Discover how to release the constraints of your body and mind to
improve communication with your horse

   Program fee of $200 includes lunch.
To register, visit our Program Registration Page