Spurwink Farm is located at the mouth of the Spurwink River in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. In its early years, it was a truck farm, a dairy farm and a potato farm. Spurwink Farm began raising prize-winning Belted Galloway cattle when Phin and Mary Lou Sprague took over the operation. In 2000, there were eighty-five cows and twelve horses. In the past ten years, Spurwink Farm has transitioned to boarding horses for residents in the area. The facility includes ample pastures and several miles of bridle paths. Spurwink Farm also offers riding lessons for boarders and occasional clinics for the general public. An excellent location and staff have filled the farm to capacity with forty-seven horses. Three full time and one part time staff member attend to the animals and site daily, while several farriers and veterinarians make visits as needed.
There is currently a waiting list for boarders.
For more information, please contact:
Karen Friedlander, Spurwink Farm Manager,