About Gelinas Farm
Gelinas Farm is owned and operated by Elaina Enzien and Adam Taschereau, offering high quality services of boarding, lessons, training, and clinics. An integral part of the Pembroke community, Gelinas Farm remains an important piece of New Hampshire’s agricultural landscape.
The farm encompasses 65 acres of fertile pastures, forests and ponds. Horses are turned out 24-7 in small herds, weather-permitting. Doing so enables them to learn behavioral boundaries from their herd-mates and results in happier, more confident horses.
The infrastructure and property at Gelinas Farm offers indoor and outdoor arenas, obstacles, cattle, fields and woodland trails encompassing a variety of terrain to help us develop a well-rounded horse and rider.
We have a team of skilled professionals that help maintain the health and soundness of our horses. Our staff, veterinarians, farriers, chiropractor, and myofascial bodywork therapist are all part of the Gelinas Farm program.
Gelinas Farm offers a relaxed, community-based atmosphere... and we have FUN!
The Gelinas Family
Since its inception in 1953, when Robert “Bob” Gelinas Sr. purchased the property, Gelinas Farm grew from a small cattle and livestock transportation operation into a working horse and cattle farm as a result of the hard work put in by Bob’s daughter, Joanne Gelinas-Snow, and her husband, Artie Snow. Together, they created the facility Gelinas Farm is today and ran the business for 36 years.