We welcome equestrians and animals into our stables and provide them with a safe and loving environment. We understand their expectations and discuss how best we can exceed them. We embrace the opportunity to learn from them and offer opportunities for them to learn from our experiences and others in our community of equestrians. We provide facilities that meet the highest standards of safety.
Senior’s Visits/Special Events
Looking for a morning tea or an afternoon lunch/gardening session with your loved one in a senior’s home? Contact us via email or phone to book a special event with your loved one at our farm.
We offer combination riding and art lessons for riders of all ages (6 to 96) using qualified coaches in our outside groomed riding arena or our inside warm-up riding arena. You can use one of our horses or you are welcome to use your own, and coming soon, our indoor heated riding arena.
Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) draws on the connection and relationship between humans and horses to heal and nurture emotional, mental and physical health. Each of our four certified coaches is capable of working with horses to help you set new goals and create positive change; manage stress, anxiety and pain; and/or work through challenges. Contact us at to set up an appointment for an EAL session.
Pamper a pony or horse, garden with some goats, go on a hilly hike and chill with some chickens. Send your kiddos our way to explore the great outdoors and all things farming at our regenerative agriculture farm. Summer schedule posted on Instagram and Facebook.
We take safety very seriously and require that helmets be worn by all riders under 18 years and a waiver must be signed by anyone over 18 who chooses not to wear one. Our rules are posted in prominent places and are attached to all waivers. Following these rules, for the safety of all, is expected. All new clients are asked to watch our safety video prior to riding.
We also host vet clinics over four days, two times each year. We bring in qualified vets to immunize your horse(s), or treat ailments and injuries as necessary.
As well, we offer farrier days every six to eight weeks with one of two highly respected farriers. Services offered include shoeing and hoof care and are typically billed directly to the client, however, if you are unable to attend at the stables for shoeing, we will charge you a small fee, and would be happy to ensure the hoof care for your horse(s).
Having hosted an Alberta Equestrian Federation two day Equine First Aid and Disaster Preparedness event recently, we look forward to more such educational opportunities. We also offer groundwork clinics and “Little Ranch Hands” classes and summer camps for children.