A Haven for Horses and Horse Lovers

Pam Rosenborg has loved and owned horses all of her life, and decided to take over the family farm. She has her own certifications and offers comprehensive riding instructions and courses to fellow horse lovers at Pennfields Farm - P n R Training LLC. Welcoming current and new clients alike!

Earning a name for ourselves by specializing in caring for, training, and selling Arabian horses. Our success comes from our dedication to continued learning, through experience and knowledge about horses and the land.


Our Mission

Pennfields Farms strives to help people learn about each other through positive interactions and recreational activities with horses. By connecting with animals, you can discover a deeper truth about yourself.

What Sets Us Apart

Enjoy the friendly, relaxed, and peaceful atmosphere that surrounds our secluded, private family farm. We don’t pressure our horses and riders for competition. Instead, we tend to favor learning and growth thru interaction.


We hold membership in the following organizations:

Arabian Horse Association (AHA) (we are listed as an Arabian Discovery Farm)

Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA)

Delaware Valley Horsemen's Association (DVHA)

The Pyramid Society



Pam Rosenborg is certified through CHA for level four equine management, including the care and training of horses. She is also listed as an assistant clinician for CHA and has IRD certification to act as a CHA instructor. This allows her to give horse riding lessons, including to individuals with riding disabilities and special needs. In addition, she is CPR-certified and fully insured.

Working Toward Eco-Friendly Horse Farming

Pam attended Rutgers clinics and works closely with the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) of New Jersey. She is continually striving to learn and implement new ways to address environmental concerns regarding horse farms in the state.

Visit Our Farm

You can find our farm in Stockton, NJ. We serve clients in Hunterdon County, NJ, specifically Flemington, as well as Bucks County, PA, particularly New Hope.

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