Experience the beautiful landscape of central Massachusetts via horseback! Rides are available all year round. No experience is needed and new riders are welcome. Spaces fill so book soon!
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Enjoy the beautiful scenery at Cornerstone Ranch with a private, fun and relaxing wagon or sleigh ride in Princeton, MA! Learn cool facts about our rich history of driving horses for transportation not so long…
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ON THE BACK OF A HORSE YOU WILL FIND PARADISE - STELLA A. WALKER
Cornerstone Ranch is family-owned and operated. The ranch consists of 55 acres located in the towns of Princeton and Rutland, Massachusetts.
Activities are held mostly outdoors and varied, so there is something for everyone. Our trail rides are for people that have never ridden before, and for experienced riders. Learn valuable horsemanship skills with riding lessons for beginners and advanced riders, plus adult all-day riding workshops.
Pony rides, horse-drawn wagon rides and ice cream are held at Cornerstone Ranch every weekend throughout the fall season. Sleigh rides this winter!
MORE FUN AT CORNERSTONE RANCH
WILD CHILD EXPRESS TROLLEY
Enjoy ice cream from the Wild Child Express food trolley, as well as pony rides and horse-drawn rides on weekends with warm weather!
April 3rd & 4th, 2021 Book your horse drawn ride and send the youngsters out for a fun Easter Egg Hunt after your ride.
Giddy up and celebrate your little cowboy or cowgirl’s birthday at Cornerstone with our lovable horses!
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Calling All Horse Riders and Horse Lovers! Boy, Do I Have A Story for You… It is not every day that a horse can save you from the slammer and getting your vehicle towed, right? Let me explain. Once upon a time, I was driving in Rutland, minding my own business, when I saw those…
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Hank was a hard workin’ cowpoke who really earned his meager pay. He rode his *** Old Red from early dawn ’til at night he hit the hay, Fixin’ fences, ropin’ steers and brandin’ dogies in the old corral, But he had an odd addiction that gnawed on his pard’s morale! He was a happy…