Ketcham Horse Farm 386 Bread and Cheese Hollow Rd, Northport, NY11768 Established in 1760, Ketcham Horse Farm is the oldest operating horse farm on the Island. This historical landmark, a…More treasure to horse lovers and a sanctuary to horses, is located in the historic Northport/Fort Salonga area, right on Bread and Cheese Hollow Road.
Ketcham Horse Farm is a 20-stable facility that offers horse boarding and riding lessons. Whether you are a novice or experienced rider, casual or competitive, this farm has the professional team to train you to the level of you strive for.
Through the HorseAbility program, Ketcham Horse Farm offers a wide range of horse-related programs to children, adults and families with special needs in order to promote the physical, psychological, emotional, social and spiritual well-being.
North Shore Equine Clinic 23 Major Trescott Ln, Northport, NY11768 Dr. Perry is the primary veterinarian in charge of the North Shore Equine Clinic, which specializes in the medical care…More of horses. This ranges from vaccines and basic care to more serious medical attention. Please call North Shore Equine Clinic to make an appointment.
Doggy Don's Pet Center 128 Laurel Rd, East Northport, NY11731 Doggy Don's is a full-service groomers that also provides pet food and supplies at discount prices. In addition to pet…More food for rabbits, cats and dogs, the store also carries supplies for more unusual pets such as ferrets, amphibians and reptiles. Don's can supply hay bales, horse feed and straw.
Sandpiper Farm is a horse riding school. They are located in Eatons Neck on Lighthouse Rd. near the U.S. Coast Guard…More base. This provides a tranquil, quiet and open location to learn and practice riding.
Please contact Sandpiper Farm to discuss their learning and training programs.
Cross Country Trailer Sales, which has been around for more than 30 years, specializes in all things towing. From…More horses to boats to cars, it either has the trailer to tow it or it will make it. Cross Country Trailer Sales also repairs trailers and sells used ones.
It is located in the same building as the Metro gas station but has a separate entrance.
The Lewis Oliver Farm, once an actual working dairy, is set on two-and-a-half acres located in the midst of an…More otherwise entirely residential neighborhood on Burt Avenue between Oak and Willis Streets. In addition to the goats, its residents includes two alpacas, a minature horse, cows, goats, sheep, peacocks, chickens, ducks, geese, cats and a spotted pig as well as an old-fashioned country store open on weekends. Friends of the Farm, a 501c3 not-for-profit organization founded about 15 years ago in order to save the farm from being demolished so the property could be developed, has been the force in the maintenance, care and feeding of the resident animals at Lewis Oliver. Its stated mission is to preserve and protect the hometown values that the local farm represents.
Napper Tandy's bills itself as the "Irish pub that parties like a club," with live bands on weekends. It also has…More 32-inch televisions to watch sporting events -- including horse races, for which it has OTB machines as well as Quick Draw. The bar also has a a massive jukebox and offers happy hour specials, including a free buffet. The bar is smoker-friendly, with a fenced-in patio with heaters in colder weather. This is one of four Napper Tandy's locations. The others are in Miller Place, Smithtown and Raleigh, North Carolina.
"Napper's," as it is called by locals, is named after a 19th century Irish artillery commander. It is also one of the main "barbershops" for the annual St. Baldrick's event in March, where many people line up to have their heads shaved to raise money for childhood cancer research.