For Your Horse
  • Canvasworks DesignsGrand Champion 

    Artist Lisa Curry Mair works out of her Weathersfield studio, just 9 miles from GMHA, creating paintings, murals and painted floor coverings for fine homes, museums and equestrian estates. The studio is open by appointment where you can meet the artist, see current works in progress and shop for original pieces and limited edition giclee [...]Read more...

  • Cummings Veterinary Medical Center at Tufts UniversityGrand Champion 

    At Tufts Hospital for Large Animals at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center, clinicians and staff understand the impact of a sick or injured animal and offer compassionate treatment that goes beyond healing the patient to restoring health, performance, and companionship. The hospital’s equine specialists work in teams to provide expert diagnosis and solutions for complex medical [...]Read more...

  • SmartPakClass Champion 

    Great products, great prices!  We've searched high and low for the best items for horses and the people who love them, and tested them to be sure they meet our standards, at honest, everyday low prices.Read more...

  • The Carriage Shed: Quality, TraditionBlue Ribbon 

    Custom, modular or prefab horse barns delivered and constructed anywhere in the US.  Run-in, garden and outdoor shed structures, also arenas, garages and homes.  Family owned/operated company.Read more...

  • The Mountain Top Inn and ResortBlue Ribbon 

    Central Vermont’s Premier Equestrian Resort! Guided trail rides along miles of scenic terrain. Spectacular Vistas, Lessons, On-site Stabling, Monthly Clinics, Adult Horsemanship Camp. Pet Friendly Accommodations, Casual Dining. Private BeachRead more...

  • Nutrena Feeds & Progressive NutritionBlue Ribbon 

    Winners don't follow.  They lead.  Fuel your champion with precise nutritional balance, scientifically proven, satisfaction guaranteed products from Nutrena.Read more...

  • Slypner GearBlue Ribbon 

    We specialize in products for the trail horse and rider, from grooming supplies and supplements to saddles and heart rate monitors.  We strive to offer products that enhance the wellbeing and health of not only the horse, but also the weekend warrior, and the seasoned competitor, too.Read more...

  • St. Pierre Inc. Sand & GravelBlue Ribbon 

    Our crushing and screening plants produce over 40 different types of sand, gravel, & stone products, including EqueStep, the arena footing at GMHA!Read more...

  • Strafford Saddlery ShopBlue Ribbon 

    Strafford Saddlery is the preeminent horse tack shop in Vermont.  Stocked with an abundance of horse tack supplies.  Strafford Saddlery and our online tack shop is the one-stop source for all of your horse equipment needs.  Finding the proper saddle is one of the most important investments that you can make in horse riding.  We [...]Read more...

  • Fat Sheep Farm & CabinsRed Ribbon 

    Located just 6 miles from GMHA, our working farm offers a unique lodging experience. We have 5 newly constructed private cabins available, situated on a ridge overlooking our growing fields and the mountains behind them. Each cabin has a full kitchen, private bathroom, bedroom with queen bed, private porch, spacious living area, and WIFI. Cabins [...]Read more...

  • Gambol HillRed Ribbon 

    Bed and board for horse and rider.  Located just six miles from GMHA, Gambol Hill is a must see with a new riding ring and an easement for trail riders.Read more...

  • Riverbend Veterinary ClinicRed Ribbon 

    Service-oriented mixed animal practice in the Upper Valley providing quality, compassionate medicine in our hospital or your farm.Read more...

  • Casella Waste SystemsYellow Ribbon 

    Casella, your local service provider offering Zero-Sort® Recycling and waste solutions for your home, business, school or town. From simple weekly pickups to customized construction and demolition removal, we can provide the resource solution that fits your needs.Read more...

  • East Hill FarmYellow Ribbon 

    East Hill Farm in Plainfield, Vermont, owned by Ruth Hogan Poulsen, is a full service boarding facility for horses and riders of all levels. In business for 40 years, we invite riders of all ages and abilities. In addition to the teaching and training program, we host dressage schooling shows, adult dressage clinic weeks, a [...]Read more...

  • Elizabeth Ricketson, ArtistYellow Ribbon 

    Paintings and Portraiture by a local artist. As a child and young adult Elizabeth rode and owned horses for many years. Now, she loves painting them, is fascinated by them and continues to be inspired by them. A graduate of Providence College with a BA in English, Elizabeth Ricketson has always had a love of [...]Read more...

  • Turtle Hill Farm GuesthouseYellow Ribbon 

    Fully furnished, 3 bedroom guest house on private horse property 5 miles from GMHA.  Wi-Fi, kitchenette, coffee maker, etc.Read more...

  • Vienna FarmYellow Ribbon 

    Vienna Farm is a comprehensive equestrian center located on 78 acres in Gorham, Maine. Set in rolling country-side, our farm is a beautiful mix of fields, pastures and woodlands just south of Sebago Lake. The emphasis of the Vienna Farm lesson program is on dressage, which may be thought of as a progressive method of [...]Read more...

  • Abby Rowlee PhotographyWhite Ribbon 

    Abby has been taking photos for over 10 years. Her photography kicked into overdrive after having two beautiful daughters. Besides her family, Abby loves to photograph horses, nature and especially Vermont Landscapes. Being born and raised in Vermont, she is partial to farming and maple sugaring season.

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  • Bateman Horse Vans TransportationWhite Ribbon 

    Providing professional local, regional and long distance horse transportation service for over 25 years. Proud sponsor of the Team Jumper ChallengeRead more...

  • FlatlandsfotoWhite Ribbon 

    Joan Davis has spent her entire life surrounded by horses – first as a trainer and a competitor – and now as a photographer. A riding accident forced her permanently out of the saddle in 2001. Now Joan spends most weekends from May through September capturing the beauty of dressage and the thrill of eventing […]

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