The Wentworth Hunt Club has worked diligently over the years to develop positive relationships with the owners of our hunt territories in order to establish and maintain scenic hunt fixtures in New Hampshire and Maine and perpetuate the sport. Below are highlights of our territories.

Branch Hill Farm, Milton Mills, NH

The Wyatt family has made this site a real show stopper. The late Carl Siemon and family welcomed the hunt to their nationally acclaimed tree farm, Branch Hill Farm, and daughter Cynthia Wyatt is now continuing the family tradition of supporting the sport of foxhunting. Branch Hill is the site of Wentworth Hunt’s annual spring hunter pace. (Click here to learn more about our hunter paces.)

What to Expect
The hunt begins on a wooded trail giving riders and mounts a very nice warm-up of walk, trot, and if footing permits, canter. After crossing Applebee Road, the hunt proceedes through fields, trails, and wonderful wide sandy tote roads flanked by streams. Logs, coops, and hay jumps of various heights are scattered throughout this part of the hunt. All jumps are to the side or off the trails. Often this hunt will end with an optional but very fun trip into the river for a cool break for the horses.

Fine Nest Farm, Raymond, NH

Hunt members Cody Cramer and Dana Zulager have developed a territory that has interconnected trails through wooded areas that cover conservancy land along the Pawtuckaway River, known locally as the Stingy River. One hunting loop runs through land protected by the Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire, and we enjoy riding around several hay fields at the neighboring Sullos Farm. Over 150 acres of Fine Nest Farm is in conservation with the Bear-Paw Regional Greenways. Fine Nest is know for its abundant wonderful jumps of all sizes to suit all abilities. Fine Nest Farm is the location of our annual Conservation Hunter Pace in August. (Click here to learn more about our hunter paces.)

Garrison House Farm, Durham, NH

Ann Wicander, our ex-joint MFH, and her husband Joe Vaillancourt have developed a territory starting from their farm that is flanked by the Lamprey River. Fields and wooded trails weave throughout the rural neighborhood, and several custom jumps designed by the University of New Hampshire’s cross country jump designer are strategically placed about the farm. There is a fantastic run through the woods with natural jumps followed by cross-country jumps throughout the fields that border historical Garrison House. During formal season the teas are inside this carefully-restored farmhouse, often with a roaring fire in the sitting room. During informal season, the teas are equally enjoyable, out on the screened porch overlooking the pond and hayfields.

Green Acres Stables, Madbury, NH

A well-established show stable run by Dawn Dascomb, Green Acres Stables is a home to the hunt on the southern end of Dover. The territory has fields and wooded trails that weave throughout the section of Dover Point and conservancy land. There are beautiful views of the Bellamy River. Green Acres features stadium and cross-country courses with a water jump, drops, and ditches, and is the location of our annual Children’s Hunt and Halloween Hunt.

Myhre Equine Complex, Rochester, NH

Veterinarian Dr. Grant Myhre has welcomed the Wentworth Hunt to his Equine Clinic and the grounds of the High Knoll Equestrian Center. The territory contains many logs and other jumps in the fields and along the trails, and the best stirrup cup views of any of our territories.

Prodigue Farm, Rochester, NH

The Vanderzanden family, founding members of the hunt, offer a beautiful territory that encompasses fields and forests, and sports natural jumps. This is one of our best locations for spectators as several viewing locations can be easily accessed by foot or by car. Teas are usually held at the impeccably restored farmhouse and yard, and often Pooh Vanderzanden is seen welcoming riders with her patented cider and bourbon ambrosia to warm the hearts and spirits of our foxhunters.

Rest and Be Thankful Farm, Lyman, ME

Landowners George and Michele Cheney opened their private eventing facility, Rest and Be Thankful Farm, to the Wentworth Hunt in 2012. The territory incorporates many neighboring farms with open working fields, cow pastures, along with hay, oat, and potato fields ¡V with beautiful views, great jumps and interesting hunt obstacles such as banks, ditches and water. We thank the Cheneys and their neighboring landowners for their warm hospitality, meticulous preparation and generosity in allowing us to hunt on their land.

Swan Brook Equestrian Center, Biddeford, ME

Owned by Denise Atherton and run by her daugther Lauren Atherton Dallaire Click here for more information about Swanbrook Equestion Center.

Tuckaway Farm & Powder Major Farm, Lee, NH

Kennelman Chuck Cox and his family not only provide a home to our foxhounds, but also open their farm for foxhunting on a regular basis. The farm has been host to the All New England Hound Show in 2001, 2002, and 2015 as well as the starting point for the Fall Foliage Hunter Pace since 2015. (Click here to learn more about our hunter paces.) The Cox Family also sells farm fresh organic produce in-season.

What to Expect
Tuckaway is a remarkably picturesque hunt. The hunt follows a lovely mix of rolling fields and wooded trails. The farm, a pond, a polo field, and several stream crossings are all part of the hunting landscape. This territory boasts many jumps of all sizes (all easily gappable, of course) throughout the hunt. Most jumps are located on the trails. This is an excellent location for teaching your horse to jump during a fox hunt since horses are usually more relaxed on trails and will more readily follow other horses over jumps.