Upcoming Events

 Triple J Ride in Bowdoin


July 21-22 – hosted by Lynn Aube:



7/21 Ride out 09:30AM for about a 4-4.5 hour ride, lunch on the trail (bring your lunch).


Potluck for supper, everyone is to bring something for the potluck.


May stay over night on the grounds with your horse. For those who do not have their own portable fencing, let us know by 7/20 if you need a stall let Lynn know by 7/20.


Bonfire to end the day, you will need to bring a lawn chair.


7/22 Ride out 09:30 AM for about 3-3.5 hour. Bring a snack.


All participants will need to sign in on sign up sheet. The sign up sheet will be on a table by the barn. No official charge, members pay $5.00. Non- members may make a donation of any amount.


PLEASE!!!! Go to the Maine Trail Riders web site and read rules. We want everyone to be safe.


Question/Concerns please contact Lynn 207-751-6869
Hope to see you on the trails!



Trail Ride Out of Triple J Farm (also known as Home Of Healing Horses)

From the North take Exit 43, then take a right onto 197, stay on 197 to route 201 (1.8 m), take a left onto 201, go 5.5m, Triple J Farm will be on your left ( 1567 Augusta Road). On your right will come along the Adams family cemetery, on the left the Adams family farm(white farm house cows in field),then immediately a good size red barn will be on your left( the Forever Young Farm), Triple J Farm is immediately next on the left . And immediately after Triple J is Country Fare Landscaping and Golf.


From the South take Exit 44 Bowdoin, take right onto 138, then take first right onto Pond Road, at the end of Pond Road take right on to Route 201, go 2.5m. Triple J will be right after Country Fare Landscaping and Golf on right. Slow way down when see Country Fare. Before Country fare is a gray raised ranch and field on right. On the left is a big old gray house, then a sign “Timarias”.