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Welcome and thank you for visiting!  (updated June 27,  2019)  We offer English riding lessons, with Equine Canada Certified Coaches,  for all levels of riders,  year ’round.

We have a number of excellent school horses for beginner to advanced riders;  hunters with show experience and dressage horses.

Outside Clinicians attend for continuing educational process and for our more advanced riders including Hendrik Gaebel, Lauren Bamford, Jennifer Parks DVM, Wendy Walker,  and this spring, Ruth Presley McKay provided an Eventing Clinic on our new course.

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 topping with  sand and “Reiten Right” yoga matting surface.  New stalls recently built for  indoor arena.

Please note we offer separate lessons for adults, from absolute beginners to advanced riders. We offer a supportive and confidence building atmosphere. 🙂 We take a limited number of valued Boarders; at the moment we are full.


July 15 – 19th, 2019 –  Summer Riding Camps run  9 – 430  *early drop off and late pick up available by special arrangement. Full.  $100 deposit required. $500 plus GST

Taking registrations for 2019 Fall 10 Week Riding Program. $100 deposit required. Limited space. Arrange a free farm tour in advance.  306-260-7538

We attend Provincial “A” rated by the Saskatchewan Horse Federation.

Advanced Clinics  details here: http://www.coppertwarmbloodstables.ca/new/?p=201

Sign up sheet here: 10-Wk prgm short Pkge

Watch the 5 minute overhead video tour of the stables: https://youtu.be/AiJynOxsHck

Current Newsletter: February 2018 newsletter_Rev

All new horses visiting must present a negative coggins test and be from a low risk boarding facility (IE. a boarding facility which requires all horses to present negative coggins during vector season).  If you would like more information please visit the current publications from the CFIA:

http://www.saskhorse.ca/Download/HealthWelfare/Biosecurity/EIA/A_Report_on_the_Work_of_the_Equine_Infectious_Anemia_(EIA)_Working_Group_(E).pdf  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. All of our horses are coggins tested, we would be designated an “A” level site by Saskatchewan Horse Federation.  Horses at our site do not attend those sites which allow horses on premises that are not tested.