Scarlet Apple Horse Trials

We did it!!!  
This year gave us two beautifully sunny (albeit a wee bit hot) days for our Scarlet Apple Horse Trials.

We can't thank you enough for toughing out the 90+ deg. temps to share those days with us.  We hope you had a great time.  

We want to thank all the competitors, coaches, family, friends, photographers sponsors, vendors, food booths and most of all volunteers for making the Scarlet Apple Horse Trials one of the best schooling horse shows around.  We hope you will join us again next year.

Labor Day Results 
July 5th Results

Photographer:  Nature of Light Photography​

July 5th Special Prize Winners: 
Cool Sculpting: Sue Levy
Junior Horsemanship: Maya Gaines 
Better Luck Next Time: Lauren Preli 

1st with 96.5- Caroline Gregory, Disa Cheston, Lyndsey Morris, Andrew Cowey

2nd with 104.91- Marylin, Dawn Defrance, Sue Levy, Jane Cleveland

3rd with 112.33- Caitlin Dwyer, Sonya Trapp, Tracie Sales, Erin Furler 

4th with 114- Jacquelyn Arnold, Alma Marressa, Gigi Gerbick, Casey Landry

5th with 115.67- Claire H, Eleanor Quarles, Katie Marsano, Ashley MacVaugh

6th with 119.16- Natalie Labouchere, Maggie Pollart, Kaylee Allard 

7th with 120.34- Bethany Mauchly, Emma O’Lone, Matthew O’Lone, Jacob Bowers

8th with 125- Bella H, Alexandra Ekberg, Grace Roy, Hannah Stec

9th with 133.16- Rory weeks, Jon Hall, Olivia Swett

10th with 134.06- Ari Hughes, Paige Dargen, Tori Willard 

Check out this story that EVENTING NATION did on the Scarlet Apple Horse Trials! 

Scarlet Apple Horse Trials
POBox 463
Hollis, NH 03049

Important Information: 
- The show will be held at Scarlet Hill Farm, 245 Lowell Road, Groton, MA 01450
-NO refunds after closing date.
-All communication should be directed to or 603-465-9592
- This show fills very quickly.  Limited to 130 entries.  Mail complete entries early!
- Negative Coggins within 12 months required 
- Competition will be run based on current USEA/USEF rules 
- Please wear cross country gear for stadium as you will go straight 
to cross country after stadium 
- Medical armbands, vests and ASTM helmets are required for 
all jumping phases.   Bib pinnies required (available at www.bitofbritain)
- Cross country and stadium will not be timed. Please use safe appropriate speed on course.  
- No braiding or coats required – neat attire please.   
- The cross country and stadium will be open for walking starting 3 pm (farm will close at 7:00 pm) the night before the show. 
- All trailers leaving Scarlet Hill must turn right.  You can turn around in town if needed.  
- Parking is very tight.  Car-pooling in encouraged and appreciated!