An 87 acre horse farm in the northern end of Ridgefield is selling for $24 million. A huge price, yes, but less than half of the original $55 million asking price. HH Farm was owned by the late Hunter Harrison, CEO of railroad company CSX. When he died in 2017, Harrison was Chairman of the Board of The National Horse Show Association of America.
The farm has stables that can accommodate 43 horses. Equestrian sports are a main focus of the property, which also includes a 3.5-acre Grand Prix show jumping ring and an indoor ring.