Welcome and thank you for visiting!  We offer year ’round riding  lessons to for all levels of riders; delivered by Equine Canada Certified Coaches. Outside Clinicians attend for continuing educational process and for our more advanced riders. We have an excellent string of well trained school horses for all levels of riders.

We also have lease opportunities for qualified experience riders. Contact Val for details. It’s an affordable way to keep you riding without the purchase of a horse.  There are three large outdoor sand riding rings, a 60 foot round pen, and an  indoor (70 x 148) riding arena giving lots of training and riding spaces.  Heated barn with box stalls and tack room. The indoor arena has a dust free sand and “Reiten Right” yoga matting surface.

We are now taking deposits for the  next full ten week program starting  Spring 2016. Summer Camp dates are now set, please see Camps Page for dates and details.

 We will also be  offering  the 6 week class “Introduction to horses” for children 9 and under.  It is a safe, fun way to get started into riding, without as much responsibility in the regular lesson program.

New to Copper T Warmbloods is Rider Vaulting!  Current program underway, and taking deposits for April offering.  Contact Val for details and get involved!

Please note we offer separate lessons for adults, some absolute beginners, and some  returning to riding after a long break.  We offer a supportive and confidence building atmosphere. :)

We provide a full stable management and lesson program for a well rounded equine enthusiast.

Limited boarding spaces available, although at the moment we are currently full.

Download our newest Newsletter here:

2016 winter newsletter

Previous News:

2015 Winter Newsletter (formatted)

Local Study On Equine Lung Health (Laura Johnson)

All new horses visiting overnight must present a negative coggins test.  If you would like more information please visit the Agriculture Canada Website. http://www.agriculture.gov.sk.ca/eia  Detailed  pamphlets  and more  information about the disease and its potential impact is available.  There have been recent SK outbreaks and it is more important than ever to use the testing methods currently available to us.