"We have to find somebody willing to come here and manage it," said Peter Gregory.
He added a touch of dry humor: "We've been working here for 30 years and we still haven't got our first paycheck, by the way."
Gregory said that when he and his wife die, the farm will remain a nonprofit organization to help horses. The land is protected by a perpetual conservation easement that prevents the property from being developed.
It's a stunning property, with gentle hills and a small creek in the woods; the horses live in various fenced pastures while the couple's dogs roam the property during the day.