TLC Country Stables

22 Van Kirk Road, Princeton NJ, 08540


Set on 30 beautiful rural acres in Princeton NJ, TLC Country Stables offers boarding, training, Western and English lessons, leasing, and children’s farm parties.


2 spots will be available for Stall or Field Boarding for horses. $550 per month for Stall Boarding. $350 per month for Field Boarding. Includes…grain and hay fed to horses twice daily. Blanket changes. Supplements and medications provided by owners will be given by TLC staff. Call 609-635-3002 or email

Our 7 fields are equipped with run-in sheds.

Our outdoor arena is 175 x 60.

We have a 10 stall barn with 10 x 10 and 8 x 10 stalls.

Trail riding is just 1 mile down the road.

Horses are given grain and hay twice daily. Medication and supplements can be administered if needed. Blanket changes are included.

Our horses are for on-site lease!

A full lease is $350 per month and includes riding 4 to 5 times a week.

A partial lease is $250 per month and includes riding 2 to 3 times a week.

TLC Country Stables pays veterinarian and farrier costs.


18 year old, 15.1hh, Chestnut Mare.

She walks, trots, completes small jumps, rides trails, and would excel at dressage as well.

Klassy is light and responsive. She would work best with a confident rider and would also be suitable for a confident beginner.


15 year old, under 15hh, Grey Quarter Horse Mare.

She walks, jogs, lopes, and is catty.

Star requires a rider with a light hand and confidence. She will test the rider but is lots of fun once you have her trust.


17 year old, around 15.1hh, Palomino Gelding.

Western. Walks, jogs, lopes, rides trails, and has done a little gaming.

Sampson is a very easy going gelding and is easy to get along with. BEGINNER SAFE.


9 year old, 13.2hh, Paint Pony.

English. He walks, trots, canters, will go over cross rails, and rides trails.

Flash needs a confident rider because he has a “typical pony attitude”. Flash will work for a confident beginner.


14 year old, 14.3hh, Paint Mare.

She walks, trots, canters completes small jumps, and rides trails.

Oreo is a very easy going mare suitable for a beginner. She would be perfect for a 4Her or someone wanting to get back into riding to build back confidence.

Farm Parties!

A fun and educational farm Birthday Party!

Call us to book your party!

15 children for up to 4 hours of fun on the farm only $400!

Take a pony ride! Pet an alpaca!. Pet a baby lamb! Feed baby cows! Feed goats! Meet Miss Rosie and Wilbur, our pigs, and Ariel, our mini pony!

All in a fun, friendly, and safely supervised environment.

Call today to book your Farm Party!

TLC Country Stables

22 Van Kirk Road

Princeton NJ 08540


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