The Horse Park of New Jersey at Stone Tavern is a 501(c )3 Not-For-Profit, Charitable, Educational Organization 

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Welcome to the Horse Park of New Jersey

The Horse Park of New Jersey opened in 1988. Over the years, it has become a world-class equestrian destination. The 185-acre facility was developed from an unassuming tract of farmland and forest into a premiere venue attracting equestrian enthusiasts of every discipline.

The Horse Park of New Jersey is designated as a 501(c)(3) non-for-profit, charitable, educational organization. Your contribution whether through membership or volunteer hours helps sustain and promote local land conservation and equestrian excellence, now and for future generations.

Check out the great footage from the 2015 Garden State Combined Driving Event (CDE) that took place on September 27th at the Park.

Video courtesy of Charming Creek Farm:

The following article is courtesy of New Jersey Farm Bureau, from their Summer 2015 "AG MATTERS!" Newsletter.

Horse Park of New Jersey at Stone Tavern:

Invaluable Asset for State’s Equine Industry

By Tom Beaver

NJFB Staff

Nestled on the outskirts of Allentown, off of Route 195, is the Horse Park of New Jersey at Stone Tavern. The facility spans 185 acres in rural Monmouth County, and is a cornerstone of New Jersey’s robust equine industry. Opening in 1988 with the aim of providing a venue for diversified equine interests from throughout the region, the Horse Park has established itself as all that and more in the years since. From show riders to dressage practitioners, trail-riders to trainers, the Horse Park now offers something for every equestrian enthusiast.

NJFB continues to be a proud supporter of the Equine industry and the Horse Park of New Jersey. (Photo by Ed Wengryn).

Well-appointed, amenities include a stadium-lit show ring with grandstands, a dressage arena, a climate-controlled indoor riding and show facility, access to adjacent parkland for trail-riding and more than 380 rentable stalls, among other things. The facility has come a long way since its humble beginnings.  Amazingly, the Horse Park claims these accomplishments as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, entirely dependent on sponsorships, donations, memberships and the tireless work of its volunteers.    READ MORE  


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