What Makes Us Different?
Dream Come True Farm boasts one of the finest facilities on Long Island, New York.
Our amenities are impressive.
Indoors: Clean, bright and airy stables, window, rubber matt and automatic water in each
stall, individual tack boxes for each stall, 2 tack rooms, 4 indoor wash stalls
Outdoors: Lush green grass from Spring through Autumn due to many paddocks, a massive 110’ x 260’
Indoor Arena, Grand Prix jumping ring, 3 riding rings, 2 lunging rings, ˝ mile track encircling
the property, outdoor wash stalls, path leading directly to the Pine Barrens for thousands of
acres of trail riding
With our fantastic location and all of our amenities, Dream Come True Farm is truly Heaven for Horses.
Please go to our “Barn Features” page for photos.
Dream Come True Farm has a dedicated, professional staff to see to all horses:
- Horses are fed the finest quality hay and grain
- Automatic watering system ensures constant, fresh water
- Rubber mats in every stall
- Stalls cleaned twice daily
- Horses are turned out daily (weather permitting)
- Paddocks are rotated regularly to ensure grass well into the winter months
- All horses receive a scheduled worming by our experienced staff
- Private veterinarians/farriers are permitted
Dream Come True Farm is a family-run horse farm. The owners and trainers at our facility have a passion for horses
and for teaching people how to ride them properly. Our trainers have been horseback riding since a very young age
and therefore have a wealth of experience.
Dream Come True Farm caters to anyone with a love of horses. Whether you are just starting out and want to take
your first intro lesson, or you are a seasoned rider, we have the instructor to fit your needs. Whether you want
to learn how to jump, or just want to learn how to do the basics, we can help you reach your goals.
Growing up in Sicily, Vito always dreamed about owning his own horse. Even though he always rode, he never had the
opportunity to ride just for fun. After moving to America and establishing a successful restaurant business, he
began to daydream about having a horse farm. While working in the restaurant one evening, Vito was severely burned
and was in the hospital for several weeks recovering. During this time, he began designing his dream barn,
which in the not so distant future would become a reality.
He purchased his first horse, “Hope” in 1990 and in the years that followed, his passion for horses and riding grew.
In 1996, Dream Come True Farm, appropriately named by his wife Judi, was created.