Welcome to Kokonini Farm


...is our privately owned 260 acre gem of New Hampshire scenic beauty nestled in a peaceful mountain valley and directly bordering the White Mountain National Forest.  With nearly two miles of the crystal clear Baker River winding through it, three year-round mountain streams, 40 acres of lush, grass pasture, small water falls, mountain vistas and, within the farm alone, some 13 miles of secluded riding trails over rolling meadows, across the river, and through our forest, Kokonini Farm is a horseman’s paradise.  Adding to its natural gifts are a 26,000 sq. ft. equestrian center with a 15 stall barn, hot and cold water wash stall, heated tack room and observation rooms, plus a loft level heated club room and viewing deck overlooking our 90 x 200 indoor riding arena.  The fully lighted arena features a professional sound system plus unique rolling-steel side walls, so the arena can be completely opened up in pleasant weather to allow fresh air, scenic views and natural light, or fully closed for protection in inclement weather.  Numerous cross country jumps, five 50’ round pens, a 100’ round pen and a 175’ round pen complete the features available to riders.  Only a pristine mountain stream separates our farm from hundreds of thousands of acres of National Forest and unlimited additional trail riding.

At Kokonini Farm we host specialized horsemanship clinics featuring world famous instructors as well as small group and private riding lessons.  Read what our students have to say about their experience at Kokonini Farm!

Take a photo tour of Kokonini Farm, the facilities and some candid shots from our clinics.

Click here if you would like to see a video clip of some of our clinic students enjoying an after class river ride on horseback in the Baker River.

Click here if you would like to see how much fun we have riding in the winter snow!

For those who are curious, “Kokonini” is the name we gave to one of our first horses (far left below.)  It means “sea horse” in a village language in the remote Solomon Islands where we have done much of our underwater photography for the past 18 years.


Kokonini Farm family portrait