P.O. Box 56 / 1150 Old Main Rd., Mattituck, N.Y. 11952    Business: 631-298-4349  Night Time: 631-298-8052

About Us

 

Highwind Farm located in Mattituck, N.Y., is a hidden treasure. The moment you step onto the property you are quickly transported into another world. The sprawling 60 acre equestrian center is home to Susan Lomangino and Tom Yovino.  The spectacular Highwind Farms was completed in 2003 and includes a large indoor which makes for year round riding. The stable itself houses 26 horses in large airy, matted stalls. Large individual paddocks, each with their own “lean to” keep the horses happy. Looking beyond the turnouts your eyes look far into the distance as you stare at acres and acres of ridable land.

 

Sue, Tom and Highwind are well known in the reining world.  They are experienced National Reining Horse Association Non-pro Reiners who have exhibited all over the country. When the sport of Reining was first recognized by the USET, Sue was long listed as a representative for the USET. Last year another trophy was added by Steve Borgia who won the Rookie Class out of 125 other horses at the Ohio QH Congress. He won on his horse (Aldo) whom he had recently bought from the farm. Kristen Aiello, also a boarder, made them proud when she came in 7th   in the nation, in the 13 and under class with her horse “Doc”.

 

Reining is not the only discipline you will find here……

 

     Highwind Farms is an all-inclusive professional equestrian facility that

Offers: Boarding, Training, Instruction, and the sale of some of the nicest horses on the Island. Dressage, Reining, Natural Horsemanship and Hunter-Jumper lessons are offered year round from beginner through advanced. You do not have to own your own horse to learn to ride; the stable has a versatile school horse line and nice horses and ponies to lease. Highwind Farm focuses on a lesson program that educates the rider in every aspect of horsemanship.

We are focused on giving the best of care and personal attention to each individual horse and rider.