Temple Hills Equestrian CenterA Horses Dream
When you drive through Temple, NH look around for the horses playing in the open pastures. Those are our horse’s, living their best lives!
SAVE THE DATE – June 10th & 11th
Temple, New Hampshire
No one is too old or too young to ride a horse. We specialize in working with riders of all ages and abilities. New Hampshire is an excellent state for learning how to ride a horse, and Temple NH is loaded with trails to adventure.
Located in downtown Temple, New Hampshire our youth summer camps run from 9:00am to 3:30pm for ages 8 and older. Each camper will get their own horse to care for the entire week. They will learn about their horse’s food, how to groom, tack up their horses, ride, and much more!
All levels of riders are welcome. Cris will work with each of the ladies on their ability of riding. Whether you have been riding for years and need some refreshers, or haven’t been riding and need a lot of refreshers…there is no better way to do it than getting out with a group of ladies to make it fun…. space is limited
What we do
Currently offering only private lessons.
July and August of 2022 Summer Camps
Offering clinics year round.
Half or Full lease options
Open pastures for your horse to run free.
Birthday parties, lady nights, etc
What Drives Us
Is to provide a safe, friendly,
nurturing, and fun environment
for horses and riders.
Riding For All
No one is to old or too young to ride a horse. We specialize in working with riders of all ages and abilities. New Hampshire is an excellent state for learning how to ride a horse, and Temple NH is loaded with trails to adventure.
Meet The Horses
Temple Hills Equestrian
Your Home Away From Home
When you are leasing a horse, you are paying a set fee for the ability and privilege of additional riding time on that particular horse. In many ways, leasing a horse is similar to owning a horse, albeit with fewer financial responsibilities.
Full board will include all the necessities for the horse, plus a stall with full turn out to pasture. Full board does not require owners to visit their horses every day; instead, staff at the barn clean the stall, feed, and bring them in/out of the pasture.