About Amwell Ridge Farm
A Brief History of Our Farm
Amwell Ridge Farm is a 136-acre farm in Hunterdon county dating back to 1710. It lies in the heart of the Amwell Valley thirty minutes from Princeton and within commuting distance from New York and Philadelphia. The farm has been permanently preserved under the auspices of the NJ Farmland Preservation Program. It is part of the Amwell Valley Trail Association.
The Eiref Family purchased Amwell Ridge Farm in 1994. Since then it has evolved into a first class equestrian centre containing the farm’s restored 19th century colonial farm house along with leading edge stables and riding facilities. Trainers are resident on site so they are close to your horse at all times.
Riding facilities include a beautiful frame bank barn with box stalls, a tack room, heated wash stall, cleaning facilities and ample storage in the loft. The large indoor ring is used year round and has a heated viewing room. There is also an outside ring, fenced exercise paddocks and meadows. Beyond the riding facilities are trails and many acres of fields and a vineyard that produces award winning single vineyard wines processed at the neighboring Unionville Winery. All of this provides a complete environment for top notch horse boarding and training facilities and riding in the peaceful surrounding countryside.