Arbour Ridge Farm

Arbour Ridge Farm is a year round equestrian centre that offers a home for your horse and an environment for you to pursue your passion.

About Arbour Ridge

We are passionate about horses. With over 60 years of combined experience and training we are committed to ensuring the health and welfare of your horse.

Facility

Newly constructed in 2017 and nestled over 150 acres we offer a top notch facility that enables year round riding, training and enjoyment.

Fees and Services

We offer both full board and pasture board options at competitve rates. Your horse’s needs are fully met in our comprehensive board packages.

For Boarders

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“Some people think I am a Curly horse but at 27 years young my Cushing’s gives a bit of a curl to my coat. My owner keeps a careful eye on me and I love hanging out with the rest of the golden girls.”

Del

27 years old, Appaloosa

“I’ve been at Arbour Ridge for a year and i really, really love the the hay but really, really don’t like the weigh scales in the barn. Working in the arena really isn’t my thing but I love the trails.”

Ben

6 years old, Fjord

“I think I am the kind of horse that eveyone would like to have. My owner tells me I am perfect. They call me “Prince Peyton”; maybe it’s because I have more outfits then Dutchess Kate. I love jumping and love to tear the other horses’ blankets. “

Peyton

8 years old, Belgian Warmblood

“At 24 I am finally coming into my own and preforming dressage movements that those young horses can’t even do. I like the footing in the indoor. They always make sure my grain is wet because I have a tendency to choke.”

Roxy

24 years old, Hanoverian

“I have two moms that care for me and I keep my stall cleaner then anyone else in the barn. I’ll pull out all my moves in the arena and even enjoy the occasional trial ride.”

Spyder

9 years old, Quarterhorse

“I am just getting started and find the atmosphere at the barn pretty relaxing…my owner sometimes thinks too relaxing. I love my stall neighbour Bhreagh – she pretends not to like me (but I know she does).”

Jimi

4 years old, KWPN