Seaton Hackney Stables (SHS), a facility of the Morris County Park Commission, leased and operated by Equishare USA, LLC., is carrying on its rich heritage by providing Morris County residents, both young and old, with opportunities to become involved with the elegance and joy of equestrian sports and activities. Learn More

  • 2014 Late Spring Troop

    Our 6-week Late Spring Troop starts April 28th. The SHS Troop program is geared to provide aspiring equestrians, interested in acquiring or improving their horsemanship and horseback riding skills, a forum to get involved in a structured program in a supportiveatmosphere. Troop may include grooming, tacking, safety and handling badges as part of the curriculum.

  • 2014 Spring Pony Camp

    This Spring PonyShare is coming to Seaton Hackney Stables! Our Spring Pony camp will be held April 14-17th for ages 6–13. In addition to basic horsemanship matters important to those interested in horseback riding; this half-day camp includes over an hour of riding time daily split between any number of the following: a riding lesson, a lungeing session, equisthenics (gymnastics on horseback), a harness driving session or mini trail ride. Sign up today!

  •  2014 Spring Petite Equestrian Program

    Our Petite Equestrian Program, a 6-week session starts the week of April 28, 2014. As Seaton Hackney is experiencing a steady increase in ridership, we encourage you to register early for our popular programs.

  • 2014 Spring Schooling Show

    Whether you are a participant, a cheer leader or a spectator, don’t miss our Winter Schooling Show: Saturday, June 14, 2014! The Schooling Show starts at 8:45am and finishes at 4:30pm. Register early, in person, by mail or by fax: 973-644-3535

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  • FlexCamp

    FlexCamp is a program that enables you to drop your child at any time and pick him/her up at any time during the Stables regular hours of operations, i.e. 8:30am and 6pm. During that time, participants will enjoy several riding activities (2 to 3, weather permitting) as well as organized horsemanship badges, ground sessions and, yes, supervised barn work.

    The minimum age for FlexCamp is 8yr old and the participant should be fairly independent and able to follow directions.