CONWAY — An open house will be held 4-7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15, at Lynncroft Farm, a new equine boarding stable, at 28 Banfill Lane in Conway.

The farm recently reopened in Conway, under the joint ownership of Jennifer Beane, of Flying Changes Pet Care and W. Michael Lynch of Lynch’s Land Maintenance. Formerly known as Amori Stables, the facility offers 10x12 box stalls, indoor and outdoor arenas, access to trails, and is located near Route 16 in Conway. With more than 40 years of combined horse and business experience, Beane and Lynch say they are committed to providing top quality, hands on care for their tenants. In addition to boarding, Lynncroft Farms also offers on-site riding lessons and training with a certified equine science instructor, Donna Mori.

 “We really wanted create a fun, relaxed environment for horses and their owners,” says Jennifer Beane who runs the stable.

“We are also looking forward to working with the White Mountain Horse Association in the future and host educational clinics and trail rides,” Bean said. “The White Mountain Horse Association will be joining us later that evening at 6:30 p.m. to conduct their monthly meeting. These is a great opportunity for anyone who is interested in horses to check out our place, meet other horse people, and learn more about the White Mountain Horse Association.”

Lynncroft Farm currently has openings for full board, long or short term. For more information call 207-890-3131, 603-662-9126 or email

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