Bob-Lyn Stables is a family farm that has operated since 1960. Over the years, multiple disciplines have been practiced and many riders and horses trained, originally by accomplished horse people Bob and Marilyn Shea (hence Bob-Lyn), and currently by son Robert (Bobby) Shea. Today, hunters and jumpers are the primary focus together with beginner through advanced riders, children and adults.

The farm encompasses approximately 20 acres on the Amesbury/Salisbury, MA line, conveniently located off rt. I-95, exit 60, near the northern juncture of rt. I-495.

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Monthly boarding, horse and rider training, lessons (ship-ins welcome), showing, horse sales/leases. Our facilities are also available to lease on a limited basis for horse shows and clinics.

Please contact us for more information and current rates for all services.


Our facilities include:

• Two barns for boarded horses totaling 20 stalls, each barn with tack room

• Indoor arena, mix of dirt/sand/stone-dust footing

• Large, outdoor fenced ring with sand/stone-dust footing

• Regulation size dressage arena with sand/stone-dust footing

• Mowed grass field for jumping and hacking, surrounded by half mile track

• Horse show quality jumps and natural obstacles

• Outdoor, matted wash stall

• Turnout indoor or in outdoor paddocks



91 Monroe Street
Amesbury, MA 01913


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Bob Shea, trainer, 978-771-2580




Bob-Lyn Stables is on the Amesbury/Salisbury, MA line, conveniently located off rt. I-95, exit 60. Please contact us with questions or to schedule a visit.


91 Monroe St., Amesbury, MA 01913.

From the South:

I-95 N to exit 60, rt. 286/Salisbury. (Or I-495 N to it.) Turn right at fork off ramp before traffic light (Mobil station on right), and turn right at next light. Proceed W on this road (rt. 286, Main St., Salisbury) approximately 1 mile to farm, past Johnson Lumber on left. (Road becomes Monroe St., Amesbury at farm.) See Bob-Lyn Stables sign on left. Drive past house/barns to parking on left. (This route is preferable for horse trailers and vans.)

From the North:

I-95 S to exit 60, rt. 286/Salisbury. Bear right off exit past Rest Area, continue on ramp to right turn before traffic light, Mobil station on right. Follow same directions above from here.

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