Welcome to Scarlet Hill Farm, a resource for riders and trainers in the heart of USEA Area I
About the Farm
Scarlet Hill is a beautiful and friendly combined training facility located on a renovated cattle farm in Groton, MA. We host clinics, schooling shows, and events throughout the year.
We offer a comprehensive lesson and training program for boarders and ship-in clients, specializing in Eventing, Dressage and Pony Club preparation. Meredith Scarlet and Denise Goyea, our resident trainers, are certified in eventing instruction by the United States Eventing Association.
The LANDSAFE RIDER FALL SAFETY CLINIC has been POSTPONED until May 2020. Find out more >
XC Schooling at SHF
THE XC COURSE IS OPEN
Scarlet Hill Farm's beautiful Cross Country Course is open to riders for schooling with jumps from Pre-Elementary to Preliminary levels, including ditches, banks, and water. We also have extensive hilly trails open for conditioning and gallops. You must book a time to ride or school as we limit the number of riders on the course.
We still have a few clinics and shows lined up for this summer and fall! See all upcoming events >
Lessons & Training
Scarlet Hill offers instruction with Denise Goyea, Meredith Scarlet, and Laura Gillmer. We offer lessons, training and coaching to our boarders and also to ship-in students. We host regular clinics and a variety of events. Unfortunately we do not have a lesson program for students without their own horses.
Horses for Sale or Lease
We occasionally have horses for sale or available for on-farm lease.
Find out more >
We currently do not have any sale or lease horses. Please check back!
Logo Wear Available
Visit our logo wear store and stock up on competition polos for this upcoming season! Products are available in lots of colors and if there is something you are interested in that isn't on there, please let us know.
SHF Featured in Eventing Nation
September 8, 2017 - Eventing Nation highlighted the Scarlet Apple schooling show in their Schooling Horse Trials Spolight series! Read the article >