The Dream Arena

The Dream Arena is 72' by 172' indoor with sand footing. It has its own heated tackroom and bathroom as well as 5 box stalls with Nelson automatic waterers.

Main Barn- Stabling Area and Little Indoor

Our main barn houses a large heated tackroom, bathroom, classroom, and a stabling area.

The stabling area offers six cross-tie stations and five rubber-matted stalls. It is conveniently located between the tackroom and small indoor riding arena, making it a great and safe place for grooming, tacking, lesson prep, and unmounted instructional learning. 

New Addition

The New Addition houses ten box stalls with rubber mats. It has it's own heated tackroom and 2 sets of crossties. 

The Mare Barn

The Mare Barn contains 12 spacious rubber-matted box stalls.

Outdoor Rings

Ring #1 has sand footing and is 156' by 312'.

Ring #2 is grass (156’ x 312’) and often holds a dressage arena or gaming lanes. We use Ring #2 when we play polocrosse.

Ring #3 is a grass ring (200' x 260'). We have 2 full sets of show jumps, as well as driving obstacles, and FEI regulation driving cones.

The Sami Curtis Ring is a grass show ring located at South Side (the opposite side of our quiet country road). Built for the first "Help Sami Kick Cancer" event in 2015, it has since been named in memory of Sami Curtis, a local horse loving teenager. For more information on Sami's legacy please visit  Help Sami Kick Cancer

Laneway to Outdoor Rings and Paddocks

We have 2 major laneways which makes getting to the rings and paddocks very easy and mud-free! They are plowed when it snows and a sand/salt mixture is spread if it's icy.

Cross-Country Courses

Our cross country course is great for introducing horse or rider to the sport. With jumps ranging from 18 inches to 3’, we add and expand the course and jump selection regularly.

Sugar Bush

The Sugar Bush is located adjacent to our parking lot. It has some trail obstacles and jumps along its paths. It proves to be a great first "trail" or cross-country experience for our younger riders and is a nice place for students to cool out their horses/ponies after lessons. Every year, our students enjoy hunting Easter Eggs in the Sugar Bush.

Trails and Fields

We have some nice trails along the creek, and through the woods. There is always plenty of riding to be done around the edge of the fields. In the winter, we try to maintain a groomed track for sleighing and riding.


The Grey Barns

The Grey Barns are located at 136 Post Road. There are multiple paddocks with run in sheds.

Fly control

During the summer months, HDA uses all natural “Fly Predators” along with a flock of free range hens to virtually eliminate house/stable/face flies on the farm. This drastically reduces the amount of fly spray needed. It also saves wear and tear on the horses feet and legs.

The Red Shed Tack Shop

Your Local Full Service Tack Shop.

Find competitive prices in your own backyard!

Now located adjacent to the main Farm House.

The Guest House at Honey Dew Acres

Queen Sized Bed. Shower, stackable washer and dryer. Wi-fi and air conditioning.

Kitchenette with microwave, toaster oven, and apartment sized fridge and stove.

Camper Lot

Water, electric, sewer hook up in quiet country setting. Bring your horses and explore St. Lawrence County by horseback!