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On December 26th, 2016, Janie Davison passed away peacefully in her sleep in her room with a view of the river and picnic point out the window, surrounded by family and friends passing through the day of.  She had a wonderful, fulfilling and long life enriched by the love for and from all of you and many others.

Check out some of the lovely scenes you can see on foot or on hoof.

Hunter Pace September 29th 2019!!

To Benefit:Lyme Trail Association, High Hopes Therapeutic Riding, Connecticut Valley Pony Club

Results are posted!

Please click here to view results.

Thank you to all of our 2019 Sponsor, dedicated volunteers, and supporters!

Come join us for a fun equestrian day.  Our Hunter Pace is a cross-country ride with a partner over a marked and timed course of up to 9 miles that includes 2-3' jumps that riders may go over OR around.  Hunter Pace per rider fee: $55 early registration (prior 9/2), $65 regular registration (9/2 or later).

Register/pay online (preferred and secured). Click HERE or under Events/Announcements click on Clinic/Event Registration.  

**New this year** For your convenience, you can upload your Coggins and Rabies during your on-line registration. Please have a digital copy available for all team horses you are registering for. 

Or register via snail-mail with this FORM.

FREE Fitness Check at the 2019 Lyme Hunter Pace!

The Fitness Check at the Lyme Hunter Pace was the idea of the late Janie Davison, the energy behind creating and maintaining the incredible property we know as Lord Creek Farm. Janie, a rider all of her life, believed that a conditioned horse is a healthy horse and that the hills and fields on Lord Creek Farm are perfect for conditioning horses. A natural extension to the Hunter Pace was the addition of the Fitness Check so that riders would learn the measures important in planning and evaluating the condition of their horses.

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HELP TO MAINTAIN THE TRAILS! If you see a downed limb or misplaced rock - throw it off to the side of the trail.  Ensure to toss it at least 3 feet away from the main path - that way it will not interfere with other clean up activities.  If you happen to see a large downed tree or hazardous situation report it to us at info@lymetrailassociation.org.  Please note: chainsawing is not part of standard trail maintenance, there are authorized chainsaw operators. If you see a tree in need of chainsawing, email the details to us.


Did you ride this past winter? You would have seen vistas such as this if you had.

Check out some fun photos of last years events: Driving, Foxhunting, Hunter Pace.

Photos courtesy of Judy Bosco Photography. 

Keep the Trails in Lyme and Lord Creek Farm Open for Equestrian Use!

The Lyme Trail Association (LTA) is dedicated to the maintenance, stewardship and enjoyment of trails in Lyme and the surrounding area. We support a community of horseback riders and non-riders who appreciate the rural character of Southeastern Connecticut and understand the importance of preserving the area’s rustic nature.

This is a membership only organization, with trails open to all who pay an annual membership fee. Trail use is limited to equestrians, nature walkers, hikers and cross-country skiers. No bicycles or motorized vehicles are permitted. All members are required to wear or carry member identification.

Thanks for visiting, we encourage you to join the LTA, and welcome your support of our efforts through donations and volunteering your time.

Two Convenient Ways to Join

Apply for Membership Online

Download (print and fill out) Membership Form


Whether you apply online or mail in your membership form, a liability release must be signed and submitted. The release form can be found here.

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 A group from Lyme Land Conservation Trust enjoys taking in the beautiful vistas at Lord Creek Farm.

Mailing Address: Lyme Trail Association, 95 Cove Road, Lyme, Connecticut 06371
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