North Carolina Horse Farms
Discover North Carolina horse farms and equestrian facilities!
Connect with NC breeders, trainers, boarding barns and lesson programs in your area! Our list of farms is growing, so check back often.
Featured NC Horse Farms and Facilities:
Farm Life Stables – A Carolina horse farm with a great, big heart!
Where: Williamston, NC
Services: Boarding, Riding Lessons, Training, Showing, Schooling Shows
Big Apple Farms Riding Academy – Cultivating Equestrian Sport in North Carolina
Where: Williamston, NC
Services: Riding Academy, Horse Camps, 4-H, Showing, Boarding, Training
Nay Nay’s Peace of Heaven Horse Rescue Farm – Washington, NC Horse Rescue Farm & Adoption
Where: Washington, NC
Services: Equine Rescue and Adoption
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When in NC, there’s no doubt you’re in horse country. From the Blue Ridge Mountains and the rolling hills of the Piedmont, to horse communities throughout the the Sandhills and Coastal Plains—you’re surrounded by training farms, riding arenas, fenced pastures and equestrian trails.
Discover the horse farms in our state, and meet the people and families that bring them to life.
Trailer up and ride on a Carolina beach, or take your pick of back country mountain trials. Show your best at any of the premier NC horse show facilities that cover the state. Even better, find a local farm near you and ride, learn, train, show, and enjoy horses the way you wish.
The horse industry is a vibrant segment of our state’s economy. North Carolina’s Horse Counsel is highly active in promoting equestrian activities, protecting and improving trail lands, and supporting 4-H and educational equine programs.
In efforts to protect equine businesses, NC lawmakers passed legislation in 2015 to strengthen an existing bill emphasizing that “the training and boarding of horses is indeed a farming activity,” so that North Carolina horse farms and training facilities can realize a more agreeable tax environment.
All of this and more helps to support a very healthy state horse population. It’s prime territory for established horse farms or starting out new. North Carolina is a great place to be an equestrian!