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Holly Hill Farm

Established 1970

Welcome to Holly Hill Farm! We are an Equestrian Facility specializing in English Hunt Seat Riding and Showing.

Holly Hill is conveniently located between Cuyahoga and Lorain counties in Avon Lake, Ohio. We are on Krebs Road which is right between Lear Road and Bradley Road.

Our Farm is a friendly, warm facility where anyone from beginner to advanced rider can gain the rewards of all that Holly Hill has to offer. We feature 34 acres with wooded and open riding trails, a large outdoor limestone arena with jumping area, indoor arena with superb arena footing, sand arena, 4 turn out paddocks, comfortable boarding facilities, a heated Observation room, all newly finished tackroom and lockers, and a talented group of horses for schooling and leasing. We offer a variety of lessons and horses to meet your needs, skill level and personal riding goals.

We at Holly Hill will teach you not only to be the best rider you can be, but also to groom, tack, and care for your horse. We pride ourselves on safety and showmanship. Come grow with us!

Call or stop in for a tour of our facility!

News Update!!!

Holly Hill Farm Equestrian Team Kicks off its Fourth Season

Avon Lake's Holly Hill Farm Equestrian Team is beginning its fourth year competing in the Interscholastic Equestrian Association. The Interscholastic Equestrian Association, or IEA, is an organization dedicated to providing students in grades six through twelve with the opportunity to participate in English hunt seat competitions, regardless of financial status. Riders compete on unfamiliar horses in order to show true ability. Over the course of the season, the competitors accumulate points, both as an individual and as part of the team, which allow them to qualify for Regional's, with the chance of moving on to Zones and even Nationals.

Over the course of its first three seasons in the IEA, the Holly Hill Farm Team has done nothing but improve. In the team's first year of operation, a rider made it all the way to Zones; in the second year, five riders made it to Zones, with one qualifying for Nationals.

Staying true to the mission of the IEA, Holly Hill Farm's Equestrian Team has a goal to keep costs at a minimum, allowing more riders to participate. For this reason, the team hosts several fundraisers throughout the season. This year's fundraising events include:

  • September 21- Equestrian Fall Festival at Holly Hill Farm

Most impressive of these fundraisers is the Fall Festival, held at Holly Hill Farm. Last year, the festival raised over two thousand dollars, a major accomplishment for the team. The festival is a community event for all ages. Entertainment includes games, pony rides, riding demonstrations - including a drill performance by the IEA Team - music, and more. Food stands and art fair-type vendors are present for visitors to enjoy as well.

The Holly Hill Equestrian Team looks forward to a successful new season!

Festival Flyer

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