Riding At Eureka
We have three riding areas at Eureka Farm:
-An indoor arena (70' x 150'), with new footing and new mirrors installed July 2020. The footing is designed by Scott Evans, and is a well cushioned yet stable blend of sawdust and sand. The indoor arena is dragged daily and watered as needed.
-A regulation sized outdoor dressage ring. The outdoor also features a sawdust and sand blend footing by Scott Evans, and is dragged and watered daily in season. The outdoor is shaded for part of the day in summer.
-A track with groomed footing that circles around a group of paddocks. The track is in half shade for all of the day in summer, which makes it a lovely, cooler place to ride. The track is groomed daily in season. It can also be used for riding in winter, depending on ground conditions.
You also have access to trail riding at the Oak Hill Conservation Land, a 2-minute walk on horseback down Littleton Road. The trail head can be found by turning left out of the farm driveway, and walking until you get to the first driveway on the right side of the road. There is an entrance to the trail right off the parking area.