KIRBY HILL FARM
The farm was developed to provide equestrians and their horses an unsurpassed experience, including the finest training and boarding facilities. Kirby Hill Farm is nestled on majestic Quaker Hill, a hamlet northeast of Pawling village, New York. The town line borders on Putnam County, New York and Connecticut.
Kirby Hill Farm is both an equestrian center and a close-by retreat with a rustic natural setting complemented by the refinement and quality you’ve come to appreciate in life.
What makes Kirby Hill one of the finest equestrian experiences also makes it one of the most engaging places for those who love the outdoors. Shaped by our location and a wide variety of activities, explore, play and get recharged.
RECREATION & AMENITIES
Kirby Hill is more than a fair-weather friend – we’re built for year ’round riding and other activities.
Refresh and unwind - Kirby Hill’s member lounge is the perfect place to savor your day’s experience.
The Appalachian Trail, which spans New Hampshire to Georgia, traverses Pawling, with the trail a stone’s throw away from the Metro-North train’s Appalachian Trail stop, just off Route 22.
GREEN PRACTICES FOR A BEAUTIFUL ENVIRONMENT
Because we believe in responsible stewardship, you’ll find Kirby Hill Farm operates in the most environmentally conscientious way. We’re committed to keeping it the green asset it is. Bedding and manure from Kirby Hill’s horses and cattle are composted.
We also use ecologically-friendly practices in our day-to-day management, while employing the latest technologies to reduce power dependence and minimize pollution of the waste-stream.
Located in Dutchess County, the town is named after Catherine Pawling, the daughter of Henry Beekman, who held the second largest land patent in the county. A section of the town, "the Oblong," was settled by the Quakers in the 18th century. The Quaker Meeting House, still standing today is open for visitors.