Welcome to Our Farm
Bob and I welcome you to our farm, we love it here, and we'd love
to have you stop by and sit a spell. (Please call first)
Our paddocks all have attached run in's the horse gets to choose to go in or stay out.
This is what Pete's owner (The palomino above) had to say about his stay here.
"I was lucky to find Bobcat Farm. I've boarded my Quarter Horse at Bobcat Farm for several years and we've been very happy there! The environment is very laid back, my horse has enjoyed 24/7 turnout, excellent care and plentiful hay (and an occasional treat or two). Horse get individual attention and are treated like part of the family. It's also reassuring to have both Cathie and Bob on site. We have enjoyed our time at Bobcat Farm".
With a long commute Jen said goodbye bringing Pete closer to home. We miss them both but still enjoy Jen's visits to Bobcat Farm.
Our Current boarders remarks
Bobcat farm is my sanctuary.
Cathie is a great instructor. I came with a very green horse that only had a few rides under her belt. Today she is doing so well, she amazes me everyday. And to add a little spice to the mix,I decided to take on another horse,that was really only halter broke. She was brought to Bobcat Farm on June 1, 2015. Because of Cathie and her great instruction, and teaching skills, we put the first ride on this little mare in October 2015. She has come such a long way in a short amount of time, I owe her success to the kind,confident,and knowledgeable handling of Cathie. I feel very lucky to have myself and my horses under her care and her instruction.
I also want to thank Cathie's other half Bob for all that he does. The list is way to long to write out of the many projects, chores, tasks that is done on a daily basis, all done for the amazing care provided to the horses boarded at their farm. I can't thank you both enough for everything that you do. Cyndi Dionne
We may have, one stall available in the spring for boarding. $500.00 per month.
Click HERE to take a trail ride with us!
One run in stall available for boarding. Your horse will enjoy 24/7 turn-out. Rubber matted 12x12 stalls. We have trails right out the back yard, almost rock free! No need to cross a road. Ride out to Tenn Pipeline, marked trails. Great cleaning practices and fecals spring and fall mean your horse stays healty! Trailer parking available, bring your own farrier, or barefoot trimmer and vet, or use ours. Lighted ring is maintained and good for riding all winter long. We do not offer blanketing here, since we feed great quality Canadian hay 4-5 times daily and horses are allowed to moved about, they never get chilled, they all come out of winter looking great!
The front yard with a small pasture behind the truck for short term grazing
Forget about a 60 foot round pen, this one is perfect at 85'
Or with a versatility "playground"
Truck in for an hour $75.00 or leave your horse at home and take a
Horsemanship lesson $40.00 or riding lesson $60.00
We ride all season. This is New England, snow will come. Our ring is plowed regularly, and the footing is usually great thanks to my husband Bob!
Ruger- Aka Doctor Driftwood
This was Ruger's first time at the Marshfield Fair,
just a few months under saddle.
Tom McGinty Photography - http://www.tommcginty.com/roughriders/index.htm
Introducing my new horse AQHA Dr. Driftwood aka Ruger. I bought him sight unseen as a 16 month old semi feral gelding. Vanessa Wright came to Bobcat Farm to photograph Cachina for her traveling art show "The Literary Horse" Since I had her captive she took some amazing photos of Ruger as well. Please do not take these particular photos without Vanessa permission.
This is NOT photo shopped, that's Scooter riding on the back. Scooter had ridden Ruger before, but this was our first time that Ruger had both of us on board. He took it all in stride.
Thanks and enjoy.
This was Rugers first parade, Cachina's second time. I rode Cachina, and ponied Ruger as he had less than a month under saddle, he was so good, and I was even able to fire a few shots off Cachina while ponying Ruger at the judges stand. (I was riding with the MA Six Shooters) At the end of the parade, he was calm and Cachina was a little fried (she did NOT like the Chinese dragons in front of us), I swapped horses, and rode Ruger through downtown Wellesley MA through traffic and over a bridge, and it was like I was riding a veteran parade horse, and with just a rope halter. Ruger and Cachina were in Upton MA Parade, and Ruger and I rode in Grafton MA parade as well.
Cachina, Cathie, and Hunter, in a one horse open sleigh!
Ask about free winter driving at Bobcat Farm.
Very first time at the ocean and Cachina was willing to go in deep.
Repete our Oberhasli goat
Page Last updated 1/25/2017