Reunion Farm

Reunion Farm reunionfarmplympton.com The lesson program fosters clean communications between horse and handler for riders of all levels and abilities.

Reunion Farm is a premiere hunter-jumper equine facility located on the south shore of Massachusetts that offers lessons, boarding, horse show coaching, training, sales and much more! Reunion Farm is family owned and operated by Geraldine and Macaela Burnet, 4th and 5th generation horsewomen with a wide variety and depth of experience. Our foremost goal is to safely facilitate each individual clie

nt’s ongoing education in the “ way of the horse.”
What sets Reunion Farm apart from other supreme equine facilities is our ability to guide young prospects in the process of maturing from the hunter breeding in-hand, to the performance ring, with their healthy, happy, hard-working attitude in tact. Reunion Farm has brought home USHJA Zone 1 Horse of the Year Championships for the past several years. Reunion Farm is conveniently located in the center of Plympton, Massachusetts within a short distance to Route 3, Route 44 as well as Route 495. We offer a state of the art facility that includes a lighted outdoor arena, large indoor arena, round pen, two viewing rooms as well as group and individual turnout.

This is rare but June 1st we will have a stall opening.. great group of kids and adults who love the process of bringing...
05/11/2024

This is rare but June 1st we will have a stall opening.. great group of kids and adults who love the process of bringing their horses and ponies along. Training and sales board available also. We attend local and A shows. Owner and trainer live on site . Pm with questions

I hope your trainer doesn't give you what you want.I DO hope your trainer gives you what you need, more importantly...wh...
04/01/2024

I hope your trainer doesn't give you what you want.

I DO hope your trainer gives you what you need, more importantly...what your horse needs.

There will always be someone willing to do it faster and flashier. There will always be someone willing to get you into the show ring on your time line instead of your horses. There will always be someone who will tell you only the things you want to hear. For the right price, there will always be someone.

I don't want that kind of someone...not for me and not for you all either.

So, choose your someone carefully.

Choose someone who values their process enough that they can't be swayed from it by demands and dollars. They know where they've been, where they're going and all of the things they've learned between. They put your horse first and show you the value in work that is centered around what the horse needs. They are your biggest supporter while remaining honest and realistic about what it takes to achieve your goals. The only promise they make, is that your horse will get better...and you will too. You pay them but at the same time, who they are at their core can't be bought. They live their truth each day, honest and humble.

That type of someone is priceless...

- Unknown

📸 Caitlyn Andresen

We are seeking weekend barn help for feeding, turning out, and mucking stalls. This can be a paid position or an excelle...
03/22/2024

We are seeking weekend barn help for feeding, turning out, and mucking stalls. This can be a paid position or an excellent opportunity for someone looking for a partial lease.

03/18/2024

I have a wb gelding looking for a step down job. Will jump around but happiest flatting and hacking out. Would love to find him his person. low 5’s make an offer we are short on stalls.

08 dutch wb gelding 15.2 huge  bodied big step barn favorite looking for his next job is happiest doing the 2’ for borro...
02/23/2024

08 dutch wb gelding 15.2 huge bodied big step barn favorite looking for his next job is happiest doing the 2’ for borrow or keep low 5’s

We have a great group of horses and ponies for full or half lease on farm… Weather you are looking for a competitive sho...
02/05/2024

We have a great group of horses and ponies for full or half lease on farm… Weather you are looking for a competitive show season or would just like to further your knowledge at home. Wt ponies and up…some maybe available for off site to the perfect situation.

12/23/2023
12/22/2023

Something to never forget, something Bill Steinkraus said years ago---(Something like this)

"When you do well, people tend to praise you too lavishly. When you do badly, people tend to criticize you too harshly."

Basically "people", generally, don't know their ass from their elbow about much of anything. If you have a good day, good round, good show or event, good. Now go home and try to get better.

If you have a bad day, bad round, bad show or event, tough. Now go home and try to get better.

Ignore all the yada-yada-yada from the peanut gallery. What they think has no bearing on anything. Let THEM get on horses and go prove it if they know so damn much.

Do YOUR thing. It's the only thing over which you have control.

Last minute gift Ideas
12/04/2023

Last minute gift Ideas

Design, decorate and deliver your custom team uniforms and gear.

Congratulations to Keystone Grande Slam for being zone 1 hunter breeding yearling champion!!
12/02/2023

Congratulations to Keystone Grande Slam for being zone 1 hunter breeding yearling champion!!

Available to be under your tree this year  🎄
12/02/2023

Available to be under your tree this year 🎄

11/30/2023

Who needs a pony under their Christmas tree?!🎄 We have a great selection of mediums and larges for reasonable on and off farm lease!🎄pm for more info or 781-910-0600

Iso of morning barn help on sundays .. helping feed,turnout and stalls. $ or ride time.
11/26/2023

Iso of morning barn help on sundays .. helping feed,turnout and stalls. $ or ride time.

Lovely big bodied gelding available for on or off farm lease . Push ride quiet o/f great personality .  Others available
10/30/2023

Lovely big bodied gelding available for on or off farm lease . Push ride quiet o/f great personality . Others available

So much fun had at our Halloween party today.
10/29/2023

So much fun had at our Halloween party today.

We are looking to hire a working student!  The ideal candidate will have good horse handling skills . Must be self motiv...
10/19/2023

We are looking to hire a working student!

The ideal candidate will have good horse handling skills . Must be self motivated and organized .Duties to include daily barn work, tacking up/untacking, cleaning tack , grooming at home and horse shows.. bonus if you can fit on ponies. Riding partial and lease opportunities available for the right person.

Lovely large pony mare available for on farm lease.. w/t- pre-childrens…quiet and sweet.
10/17/2023

Lovely large pony mare available for on farm lease.. w/t- pre-childrens…quiet and sweet.

Things your riding instructor wants you to know:1. This sport is hard. You don't get to bypass the hard…..every good rid...
10/06/2023

Things your riding instructor wants you to know:
1. This sport is hard. You don't get to bypass the hard…..every good rider has gone through it. You make progress, then you don't, and then you make progress again. Your riding instructor can coach you through it, but they cannot make it easy.

2. You're going to ride horses you don't want to ride. If you're teachable, you will learn from every horse you ride. Each horse in the barn can teach you if you let them. IF YOU LET THEM. Which leads me to…

3. You MUST be teachable to succeed in this sport. You must be teachable to succeed at anything, but that is another conversation. Being teachable often means going back to basics time and time and time again. If you find basics boring, then your not looking at them as an opportunity to learn. Which brings me to…..

4. This sport is a COMMITMENT. Read that, then read it again. Every sport is a commitment, but in this sport your teammate weighs 1200 lbs and speaks a different language. Good riders don't get good by riding every once in awhile….they improve because they make riding a priority and give themsevles opportunity to practice.

5. EVERY RIDE IS AN OPPORTUNITY. Even the walk ones. Even the hard ones. Every. Single. Ride. Remember when you just wished someone would lead you around on a horse? Find the happiness in just being able to RIDE. If you make every ride about what your AREN'T doing, you take the fun out of the experience for yourself, your horse, and your instructor. Just enjoy the process. Which brings me to...

6. Riding should be fun. It is work. and work isn't always fun.....but if you (or your rider) are consistently choosing other activities or find yourself not looking forward to lessons, it's time to take a break. The horses already know you don't want to be here, and you set yourself up for failure if you are already dreading the lesson before you get here.

7. You'll learn more about horses from the ground than you ever will while riding. That's why ground lessons are important, too. If you're skipping ground lessons (or the part of your lesson that takes place on the ground), you're missing out on the most important parts of the lesson. You spend far more time on the ground with horses than you do in the saddle.

8. Ask questions and communicate. If you're wondering why your coach is having you ride a particular horse or do an exercise, ask them. Then listen to their answer and refer to #3 above.

9. We are human beings. We make decisions (some of them life and death ones) every day. We balance learning for students with workloads for horses and carry the bulk of this business on our shoulders. A little courtesy goes a long way.

Of all the sports your child will try through their school years, riding is one of 3 that they may continue regularly as adults (golf and skiing are the others). People who coach riding spend the better part of their free time and much of their disposable income trying to improve their own riding and caring for the horses who help teach your child. They love this sport and teaching others…..but they all have their limits. Not all good riders are good coaches, but all good coaches will tell you that the process to get good is not an easy one.

*thank you to whoever wrote this! Not my words, but certainly a shared sentiment!

We have one spot for training board from your small that needs a tune up to your wb babies that need miles to get ready ...
09/20/2023

We have one spot for training board from your small that needs a tune up to your wb babies that need miles to get ready for the show ring.

We have a few wonderful horses available for very reasonable in farm lease. From leadline ponies to 2’6 packers
09/16/2023

We have a few wonderful horses available for very reasonable in farm lease. From leadline ponies to 2’6 packers

Once again zone 1 finals was a big success. Keystone Grande Slam won his yearling class and was reserve best young horse...
09/14/2023

Once again zone 1 finals was a big success. Keystone Grande Slam won his yearling class and was reserve best young horse standing up against an exceptional group of horses.He was also champion zone 1 yearling!

Best luck today in the “Hunter Breeding”, to our Baby Grant at the “Big E”! Hope you stand up so perfect and still, and ...
09/13/2023

Best luck today in the “Hunter Breeding”, to our Baby Grant at the “Big E”! Hope you stand up so perfect and still, and when you trot, trot FANCY!!
Good luck to owner Oriana Burnet, and handler Macaela Townsend!!❤️🐴

09/11/2023

One stall available message for details.

09/10/2023

As you become a better rider, you will discover that the legs have so many messages to communicate other than “go”.

09/08/2023
09/02/2023

Reagan Callahan, for future use…

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271 Main Street
Plympton, MA
02367

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