Former Nashoba Riding Staff Publishes Book

Former Nashoba North rider instructor and current professor at Roger Williams College, Charlotte Carrington-Farmer is a contributing writer of Equestrian Cultures, Horses, Human Society, and the Discourse of Modernity is out with the University of Chicago Press!

Detailing the trade of horses in the 18th century, Charlotte’s work is incorporated in “Equestrian Cultures” and provides intense discussion on the role of horses. She analyzes the way horses, particularly the Narragansett Pacer, were pivotal to New England and sugar production. She shows how horses were used and traded, and how these processes were shaped by technological developments, politics, trade, and warfare. 

Check out some excellent equine history essays, amongst which is her chapter on ‘Trading Horses in the Eighteenth Century: Rhode Island and the Atlantic World.’

Camp Nashoba North offers one of New England’s premier horseback riding programs. If you would like to be a part of it all, we invite you to join us this summer in Maine at beautiful Camp Nashoba North!

Accomplished Grand Prix Rider offering clinics at Camp Nashoba North

Nashoba North Welcome Tricia O’Connor!

Camp Nashoba North, one of New England’s finest overnight summer camps located in the Sebago Lake region of southern Maine, is thrilled to announce Tricia O’Connor, Grand Prix rider will be conducting training clinics for enrolled campers at Nashoba North this summer.

Tricia is an accomplished rider and coach who has competed in Grand Prix classics in Germany, the East Coast and Mid West in the United States.  A two-time North America Young Rider and Olympic Festival competitor, Tricia will bring insights to Nashoba North’s developing riders.  No stranger to the winner’s circle, Tricia has successfully coached junior and amateur riders in the Equitation, Hunter and Jumper finals.

A native of Massachusetts, Tricia winters and coaches in Ocala, Florida. Tricia continues to train Jumper and Hunter prospects in addition to coaching her students in New England. She is the owner of Cloverlea Farm based in Florida and Connecticut.