New England Farm
Founded in 1978 by Cynthia Williams and Dennis Mulcahy, and relaunched in 2001 by Williams, New England Farm is renowned for excellence and quality.
At New England Farm, our mission is simple—maintain quality, superior customer service, and ensure fair treatment of all clients. We are highly regarded for our fair and honest transactions with the people we are lucky enough to serve.
Our equestrian center has a large outdoor ring, an indoor ring with a heated viewing lounge, trails, and plenty of grassy paddocks.
We are also a horse boarding farm, with stalls available to clients. We take care of our horses as though they were our own. With support staff on site, all needs can be met in our facilities.
Trust is an important part of our business. Just as a horse and rider must trust each other, so must our company and our clients. At New England Farm, we don’t provide simply equestrian training session, but a relationship on which to build character, skill, and a portfolio for success.
The first step is a meeting to understand your needs and establish goals. We enjoy getting to know our clients—not only to evaluate their horse training needs, but also to welcome them to our team. We strive to help our clients in as many ways as we can. Contact us (or stop just by our stable) and speak to a member of our staff today.
A Legacy of Winners
Our equestrian center has a history of first-class horse and rider combinations, with notable winners every year of Cynthia’s career.
- “Southern Light”: 1991 Hampton Classic Large Junior Hunter winner
- “Gaelic”: 1991 Pan Am Games, USET Team Bronze, and 4th place individual finish, highest placed American. 1991 $100,000 Autumn Classic Grand Prix, 4th place finish
- Audrey Wagner, 1990 USET East Coast Finals, 4th place finish.
- Elizabeth Kennedy, AHSA Medal winner, 1989 Devon Horse Show
- Mike Yamazaki, ASPCA Maclay winner, 1989 Devon Horse Show
- Archie Cox, USET Gold Medal winner, 1985. ASPCA Maclay NE Regional’s 1985 and ASPCA Maclay Nat’l Finals: 5th place finish, trainer of 2003 ASPCA Maclay Finals Winner
Our staff’s experience as instructors, trainers, judges, and clinicians qualifies us to help sculpt you into the rider you wish to be. When you choose New England Farms for your training needs, equestrian competitions will definitely be in your future.
About Cynthia Williams
Cynthia Williams is currently a member of two United States Hunter Jumper Association Committees: World Championship Hunter Rider (WCHR) and Jr. Hunter Task Force. Cynthia’s years of experience have also earned her the privilege of serving as a United States Equestrian Federation Senior Judge.