Our Instructors

Email: lessons@touchstone-farm.org

Phone: 603.654.6308 x104

Pam Falkins – TSF and Horse Power Riding and Driving Lesson Program Coordinator and Volunteer Coordinator

Pam has lived in NH for 40 years after serving in the Unites States Army for 6 years.  She has been teaching for 30+ years and coaching Equestrian Vaulting for 17 years. Pam has trained 5 vaulting horses, 2 of which have competed at the National Level.  Pam’s background is in Eventing and Dressage and trains her horses daily to give her students the best learning experience.

Pam also takes the lead for our Volunteer program, she manages over 100 Volunteers needed annually to help Touchstone Farm run at peak performance.   Pam lives with her husband in Wilton and her five horses live here at Touchstone Farm!


Testimonial: “My daughter and I were exposed to Vaulting for the first time at Touchstone Farm’s Spring Fling in May of 2015.  At 13, Maddy had already been a competitive dancer for 6 years and dancer for 7 years.  For a girl who has been riding on and off from a very young age and a genuine lover of all animals, discovering vaulting – the combination of two of her passions – was a dream come true.  Skills Maddy is learning in vaulting help improve her riding skills, drives confidence and physical strength.  Pam brings years of experience, knowledge and discipline of the sport to Renaissance Farm Vaulting Club.  She supports Maddy’s strive to do her very best and she helps bring that out in her in every lesson.  We feel incredibly fortunate to have discovered Pam and Renaissance Farm!”


Winter Keeler – Lead Horse Power Riding Instructor

Winter is a PATH Intl. Certified Therapeutic Riding Instructor (TRI), Mentor, and Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning (ESMHL). She has been an instructor with the Horse Power Program since 2011 and has been connected with Touchstone Farm since 2004. Winter grew up riding at home in North Carolina. In high school, she worked and rode at Longleaf Pine Farm in Southern Pines, and spent many years as an active member of the Moore County Pony Club. Winter participated in Games, Combined Training and Tetrathlon Pony Club rallies on the East Coast, competing at the local, regional and national levels, as well as competing in local horse shows and eventing on the East Coast.

Winter greatly enjoys helping people connect with horses and other people, discover self-confidence, attain independence and learn new skills. Winter is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) in a group practice in Keene, NH. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Master of Social Work degree from the University of New Hampshire at Durham. In her spare time, Winter enjoys renovating her home, spending time with family and friends, traveling, and being outdoors!

Testimonial: “We are so pleased with the positive changes from lessons.   As early as lesson one my son said “I like how she (Winter, our instructor) gives instructions”.   The impact of riding has been beneficial in many areas of daily task.   Lessons provide a positive progressive self-challenge in a calm atmosphere.  The staff is compassionate and able to adapt to each individual.   We look forward to continuing with the Horsepower program and the growth it is providing our son.” 

Driving Instructor

George Stolz – Lead Horse Power Carriage Driving Instructor

George is a PATH Certified Driving Instructor.  He teaches in both our Horse Power and Touchstone Farm Lesson programs.  He is a CAA Certified Level One Driver and is a member of both CAA and ADS.  George is also an EAGALA certified Equine Specialist. He has assisted in several PATH Driving Instructor Workshops given here at Touchstone and has been a driver and staff member in Touchstone Farm’s Fall Festival of Driving in addition to staffing several driving clinics here at the farm.

George started driving recreationally at Touchstone and through a stroke of good fortune, was able to retire from his career of 35 Years as a Professional Civil Engineer to pursue his love of driving full time and train to become a driving instructor.  

George is experienced in driving many different horses from VSEs up through large drafts with a variety of vehicles. A true believer in the Horse as a partner, he currently has two driving horses of his own, A Hackney Clydesdale mare at 16.2 hands and a Paint gelding at 15.2 hands.

Kim Boucher – Instructor

Kim Boucher resides in Richmond, NH with her two young boys and has been teaching for over 20 years. Prior to joining the Touchstone Family, Kim taught in the Swanzey, NH area and brought many past (and some current) students to our Summer Show Series here at Touchstone Farm. While focusing on developing Hunter/Jumper, Equitation or Pleasure Riders, Kim uses a strong foundation of Basic Dressage, to ensure her students are not only ‘nice’ riders, but effective, as well.  Since being bit by the ‘Horse Bug’ at the age of 6 years old, Kim has trained with many notable, knowledgeable Instructors (and continues to do so).  She knew at an early age, this was how she too, wanted to share her passion of horses with others. Kim also has a background in re-training Off Track Thoroughbreds, in hopes of ensuring a new life after the track.

Jennifer Case – Horse Power and Touchstone Riding Instructor

Jennifer believes that any time spent with a horse is inherently therapeutic!  She is happy to combine her experience and love of teaching children and adults with her love for horses and witness the amazing results. She has a Master’s degree in Waldorf Education and is a recently certified PATH Therapeutic Riding Instructor. She lives with her husband, 3 boys and their dog in the house they built in Peterborough, NH.