Our Facility

 

 Affiliates

  Little Brook Farm, LLC proudly works with the         following individuals and companies.


  Gretchen Anderson, Apple Knoll Farm - trainer/coach

  Anna Pavlov - trainer - (914) 471-2094

  Mark Anderson, DMV - veterinarian - (603) 487-2900

  Fred Schaaff, Jr. - farrier - (603) 303-3477

  CWD - Jacqui Sullivan Gazzara - (617) 869-6848

  Cavalor Feed - Andrea Manley - (617) 797-2010



Grass course available for nominal fee ~ 1/2 mile away.

Little Brook Farm, LLC

<<-------THEN
(circa 1940's)

------->>
NOW
(circa 2015)

Historic 4 story bank barn circa 1798.

Who we are

Little Brook Farm, LLC is located at the base of Mt. Uncanoonuc in Goffstown, New Hampshire and is bordered by Dan Little Brook.  The farm itself dates back to the late 1700's when it was know as Gage Farm ~ the largest dairy farm in New Hampshire.  In the 1970's,  Jess & Linda Shapiro purchased the farm and lovingly ran a pre-school called New Morning School for 40 years until their retirement.  

The Schnebel Family purchased the property in 2013 and are committed to maintaining the integrity of the  farm as a working homestead for show horses.

Roger Schnebel - owner/barn assistant

Emily Schnebel began riding in 2006 and hasn't  looked back.  Riding has been her main focus while staying on Honor Roll and playing soccer & basketball throughout her jr. & high school years.  She is a proud member of the USEF High School Athlete program

Emily has represented Zone 1 at the 2011, 2012, 2014 & 2015 USEF Pony Finals in Kentucky competing in the Pony Jumper Championships, as well as the 2014 USHJA Child/Adult championships in Saugerties, NY.  She was a 2015 brand ambassador for The Plaid Horse; and is presently an ambassador for Parlanti Boots.

Situated on 15 acres with picturesque views ~ Little Brook Farm offers roomy, matted stalls with sliding plexiglass windows for fresh air; four shaded paddocks with fresh water daily; 100' x 200' sandstone ring with plenty of standards and poles to create your own course; fenced in grazing areas; trails to explore and there's even a small lake nearby to splash in.  

Kathy Schnebel - owner/barn manager