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Huck's Hill Farm is a family owned and operated endeavor - Marcia (Comley) Boeing, Kevin Comley and Kevin's wife, Kristin. We are all about family - even the farm is named for our Dad, Winthrop Comley, who was known from early childhood as "Huck," after Mark Twain's river-rafting hero. Born in Newburyport, Massachusetts, Dad earned his nickname from his renowned exploits rafting up and down the Merrimac River. It was Dad who first introduced us to horses, having worked summers at riding camps on Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire, while earning his Master's Degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He gave us the horse "bug" as children and our lives have revolved around horses ever since.

Marcia, a marketing executive by profession, has ridden her entire life - competed in hunter and jumper equitation, 3- and 5-gaited saddle horses; galloped Thoroughbred Race horses, and for the last 25 years focused on training and competing horses purchased as youngsters up through the levels of Dressage. Horses purchased by Marcia as youngsters in Europe have won in-hand and materiale classes at the New England Dressage Association and Devon Breed shows, and then gone on to win multiple Regional Championships and High Point Awards, in the U.S. and Canada. Marcia is a licensed instructor in Dressage.




Kevin's professional career has centered entirely on horses, as a trainer selecting and successfully racing prospects for private clients, and as farm manager and assistant trainer on yearling and 2-years-old in training farms for some of the top racing stables in U.S. and International Thoroughbred racing. His experience in starting young horses from ground zero is the core of our young horse training program.

Kristin is our Veterinary Assistant. As our resident Vet tech, she is responsible for managing the mare's breeding cycles, foaling, and all non-critical health issues that may arise when horses are being horses.