TWO LIONS FARM
Two Lions is located on the historic grounds of Rojan Farm, one of the oldest thoroughbred breeding farms in New York State. Situated on 76 Acres, Two Lions is a small private facility designed to cater to a select group of likeminded horsemen / horsewomen. Our oversized paddocks enable each horse ample freedom to be a horse and limited availability ensures each guest receives individualized attention. Our purpose is to maintain the pristine land with proper stewardship and authenticity; and all pasture management, water quality and feed will adhere to organic practices.
“I am not the smartest, but I surround myself with competent people” - Henry Ford
With this sentiment in mind, we have brought on several consultants that will further ensure the high standards that Two Lions was built on. To learn more, please visit the Meet The Team section.
We are currently renovating our 12 stalls as well as insulating and heating the barn. Once renovations are complete, Two Lions will be complete with an outdoor jump field and full cross country (XC) schooling track with questions ranging from intro through training level. For experienced riders and/or those with a qualified trainer(s), the XC field will be open for ship-ins. In addition, our newly renovated indoor space will be accessible in late-2021 – in the meantime we invite you to check back for updates!
We will be accepting applications for boarding effective April 1st 2021.
We look forward to sharing our piece of paradise with you and your equine partner!
WHAT WE DO
Quite regularly, someone seems to say to me "Oh but doesn't that farm and all those animals really tie you down?"
Why yes, yes they do.
They tie me to starting my day when the sun rises and ending it well after the sun sets... but it means I always get to see them both.
They tie me to the rhythm of the seasons... the might of the winter blizzard, the first spring breeze carrying the scent of rain, the towering glory of a summer thunderhead and the fall of leaves from the poplar trees.
They tie me to concentrating on the chores that need to be done right now... not the regrets of yesterday nor the worries for tomorrow. This Farm and all these animals keep me tied down to Earth when the rest of the universe tries to flip me upside down. And I would much rather be tied down here than set adrift in the tumultuous sea I see so many others in. I find this mooring rather to my liking.