Domnarski Farm Blog Log

The Domnarski Farm is located on 55 acres of beautiful Massachusetts pasture land and woods, abutting thousands of additional acres of undeveloped and conservation land. We offer horse boarding opportunities and will host monthly trail rides welcoming others to trailer in their horses for a day of pleasant riding. Below is a chronological account of the latest noteworthy developments and events!

Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Nikki's owner, Danni and her husband Ted. Posted by Hello

Roger (brown 16 yr old gelded Appaloosa) and Cocoa (Leopard Tri-colored 16 yr gelded Appaloosa) discuss who the leader of the herd is going to be with new arrival, Nikki (16 yr old Arab-cross mare) Posted by Hello

Friday, January 21, 2005

Domnarski Farm

Last October (*2004) my wife, Lisa, and I finished building our beautiful 36’ x 60’ post and beam barn on our property on the Palmer/Ware line in Massachusetts. We started out small, with two horses at our house on just 2.7 acres. It took us several years to fulfill what's every horse owner’s dream: having two healthy horses on green pastures, and our own 36’ x 60’ post and beam barn.

We enjoy what we have up here, and we're willing to share our facility and experience with other horse owners. The Domnarski Farm offers 10' x 12' stalls in our newly constructed barn. Each stall is connected to an individual paddock and is surrounded by larger grazing pastures. We provide full board with morning and evening feedings to your specification and other services such as farrier, grooming and tacking can be arranged. As individual horse owners, we take pride in what we do, and are one-hundred per cent committed to provide quality support and care to you and your horse. All you have to do is bring the carrots and ride. Should you find that you do not have much time but want to ride, call ahead and we'll tack up your horse and have her ready and waiting for you for a nominal fee.

We will also host monthly trail rides welcoming others to trailer in their horses for a day of pleasant riding. The farm is located on 55 acres, abutting thousands of undeveloped and conservation land. There are miles of decommisioned roads and trails, for riding for hours without crossing a single paved road. Trails range from beginner to expert levels. If you like quiet and peaceful, we got it. If you like exploring new terrain and trails, and like adventure, we got that, too.

To learn more visit the official Domnarski Farm web site at or contact us here:

Matt & Lisa Domnarski
77 Bacon Road
Ware, Massachusetts 01082

Domnarski family's horses.