Maple Run Stables is a private facility dedicated to preserving a safe, friendly, and educational environment where both horses and riders thrive.
Situated on 32 picturesque acres in beautiful Hillsborough, NJ, Maple Run Stables is located on the border of Somerset and Hunterdon County in New Jersey, just thirty minutes from USEF headquarters in Gladstone. Maple Run Stables focuses on balanced seat riding instruction and lessons can be specialized to jumping or dressage.
Our property also offers varied terrain with hills, a small stream and open fields. Boarders can chose to ride in either our indoor or outdoor arena.
Maple Run Stables
124 Wertsville Road
Hillsborough, NJ 08844-3908
November 01, 2013
It is hard to believe that it is already November! Maple Run had quite a few things going on in October from hosting a haunted house to finishing out the competition season with shows in MD and NJ. The haunted house was organized by two of our weekend helpers, and in one night they raised over $130 to donate to St. Huberts Animal Shelter. You can see the scary photos on our Facebook with the entire cast in costume! Our competition season ended with Jess and Dana competing at Loch Moy in MD, and Steph competing at Flora Lea in NJ. Things won't be quiet at the farm for long though as we have a party coming up in a few days time to celebrate Maple Run's 10th Anniversary! Read more...
September 29, 2013
Today was a beautiful fall day for our combined test. Maple Run would like to thank all of our competitors and volunteers for a great show! Scores are posted here... Read more...
September 08, 2013
Our fall show this year is a new, exciting format! Maple Run is proud to offer a combined test and dressage schooling show on September 29. Combined test divisions include Intro (walk/trot dressage test, cross-rails course) up to Beginner Novice. Dressage tests are also offered from Intro-Training level. We will have divisions for lesson students and boarders. Come out and watch some exciting competition in this gorgeous fall weather! Read more...