At the time of its construction in 1916, the Hamilton Farm stable was described as the largest most lavish in the United States. Today, the stable is home to the United States Equestrian Team. Members of Hamilton Farm Golf Club are provided the use of trails along the perimeter of the golf course, which are open all year round.

Constructed of brick, concrete, and reinforced steel, the stable has 54 box stalls, each 12 feet square, with cork brick floors. The ornate interior includes carriage rooms, corridors and harness rooms with tile walls, terrazzo floors and brass fittings. The trophy room is adorned with walnut cases, stained glass ceiling lights and oak flooring.

Equestrian athletes representing the United States have achieved outstanding success over the last four decades. By winning World Championships in Show Jumping, Eventing, Endurance Riding and Combined Driving, the U.S. has positioned itself among the world's elite equestrian powers, carrying an impressive record of 30 Olympic and 61 Pan American medals. Hamilton Farm is proud to have the United States Equestrian Team as a neighbor in this one of a kind setting.

For additional information, please visit the United States Equestrian Team.