Showing

Back Bay Farm, a competitive show stable, attends horse shows throughout the year, all over the east coast.

You’ll find Robin and Megan standing at the rings at both the USEF local shows and premier rated shows such as Saratoga, Vermont Summer Festival, and at HITS Ocala Winter Circuit. Each year our riders continuously qualify for the Massachusetts Horsemen’s Council equitation and hunter finals, the New England Horsemen’s Council equitation and hunter finals, and the Zone 1, USHJA Horse of the Year finals.

We are huge supporters of the North Shore Horsemen’s Association shows, which are wonderful as the first step into showing for our newest riders as well as great opportunities for earning regional points for our more experienced show riders.  We always encourage our school riders to try showing. Students can have the opportunity to use our fantastic string of school horses and ponies who often bring our riders to their first successful shows. Each season’s show schedule is carefully selected to accommodate all rider’s needs and competitive abilities.

Back Bay Farm also hosts clinics throughout the year with experienced trainers and judges such as Geoff Teall, Irving Evans, and Pam Hunt. The clinics bring our show and school riders perspectives from a new point of view and have a focus on being competitive in the show ring.

Success means different things for every horse and every rider.

Every show season we see our riders’ abilities grow, but we also see better sportsmanship and focus.  The Back Bay Farm team celebrates each individual success at the in-gate, whether it be a championship ribbon, a super-difficult combination of fences, or finishing their very first lead-line class.

 

Megan Piermarini riding Ellie Crate's Castle at Vermont Summer Festival, 2018.