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THANK YOU FOR A GREAT SEASON...

SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!!! 

The HorseAbility Haunted Hay Barn Terror on the Trail will feature over a dozen themed scenes on the grounds of our historic 1912 horse stables, from unnerving to the down right terrifying.

Home to possibly a few more frights then the ones we provide, it's sure to touch on your every nightmare...

not for the faint of heart. 

HorseAbility's Haunted Hay Barn is an annual fundraising event to benefit HorseAbility, its special needs participants and therapy horses. 

HorseAbility is a 501c3 Not for Profit Organization 

 

    History of the HHB   

The Haunted Hay Barn fundraiser was established in 2014 by Rae Natale and Jamie Thomas-Martin. Rae is a staple in the LI haunt community; for over 20 years she was one of the masterminds behind the Bayville Haunted Fire House. Jamie spent many years in their ranks as an actor and assisting with prop/set creation. After their haunt was destroyed during Hurricane Sandy, Jamie recruited her support for a new haunted house fundraiser opportunity for HorseAbility. Jamie is the Director of Operations for the organization and Rae is a committee member of  the organziation's Board of Directors. 

In 2012, HorseAbility relocated their operations to the 'Broad Hollow House' Stables, the F. Ambrose Clark estate designed by Rogers & Zogbaum and built in 1912. Clark was an heir to the Singer Sewing Machine fortune and was a very prominent race horse breeder and owner. His estate comprised over 400 acres, the property which now makes up most of the SUNY Old Westbury campus. The stables were left vacant for over 30 years ... it was clearly the perfect new home for our haunted house. 

Since its inception, the HHB has been recognized as one of the top 10 haunted houses on Long Island by LIHauntedHouses.com. In 2016 eared the award as Haunt of The Year.

  Haunted Hay Barn Committee  

Rae Natale 

Co-Founder/Co-Chairperson

Jamie Kolodziejski

Co-Founder/Co-Chairperson

Alicia Levy

Events Coordinator, HorseAbility 

Rashad Abdelkader                                    Rachel Golden                                           Denise Ryder

Eileen Booth                                                  Max Gould                                               Carly Nelson

Jim Booth                                                    Kerry Kolodziejski                                      Mike Scarano

Rich Doris                                                    Michelle James                                         Patrice Miller                                                                         Katelyn Morrie 

Haunted Hay Barn 

Terror on the Trail...

Weekends in October 

2020 Season begins 10/16  6:00-10:30pm

SEE YOU NEXT YEAR....

 
SUPPORT

 

Help our dollars go further for our fundraiser.... 

Sponsorship Opportunities 

HHB WISH LIST 

Inkind Contributions 

Make OUR Fundraiser YOUR Fundraiser! Contact Jamie@HorseAbility.org for Fundraiser Opportunities!

BUILD OUR HAUNT

Construction of our 2020 haunt begins this summer! Looking for community service hours? Team-building group looking for a project? Artist looking to share their talent? Contact Jamie@HorseAbility.org 

VOLUNTEER 

Our haunt is 100% volunteer acted and operated. Cast recruitment begins July 2019.

Actors, Ticket/Concession sales, Carnival game operators, and more.

Click Link Below to Sign Up! 

   Get Involved...   

 

    Gallery...   

    Contact and Directions   

HorseAbility's 
Haunted Hay Barn 
PO Box 410-1 
Old Westbury NY 11568
Jamie@HorseAbility.org
516-333-6151 
Ticket Booth Phone Number
TBA
HorseAbility is located on the campus of SUNY Old Westbury.  GPS coordinates of main entrance:
40.799726, -73.549537
 
OR use the address for the church ACROSS THE STREET 2534 Cedar Swamp Rd, Brookville (When it says Right and arrive at destination – make the LEFT into the campus instead). Parking is STRAIGHT AHEAD in the CAMPUS CENTER PARKING LOT. Take Route 107 North- exit for 106/107- Long Island Express Way exit 41N / Northern State Parkway exit 35 N. Turn right onto 106/107. Stay left for Route 107. Travel about a mile and a half you will see the main entrance on left– make left at light. Follow HHB signs to Campus Center Parking Lot/HHB Bus Stop.
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