Located 25 minutes NW of Olds and 15 minutes NE of Sundre, this beautiful full service equine facility is immaculately... kept! CONTACT US FOR YOUR EQUINE NEEDS Farm 403-556-1195 Cell 403-996-3105 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org There is a well groomed large Outdoor Arena and Track, a HUGE 100x200 heated Indoor Arena, three Tack Rooms, and enclosed heated Wash rack, large Indoor Round Pen, and Foaling Barn. Clean good sized turnout pens, and lovely super large grassy paddocks with shelters for Outdoor Boarders! Pasture Board is also available. Only top quality hay is fed. We have also expanded our event and hosting qualities with the new Jim Baerg Meeting Place, an outdoor area which houses 50-60 people for functions, fire pit, and lots of camping space. This facility lacks nothing and the horses are happy and well cared for by very experienced and qualified staff. Eagle Hill Equine resident trainers Henry and Nicole Gauthier with LaPlaine QH and Paints are World Class trainers that help you accomplish your Show Horse goals.
Eagle Hill Equine is available for events, clinics, horseshows, breeding, foaling and boarding.
**Boarding spots are currently reserved for training and breeding horses only**
Studs Standing are Sirtainly Sierra, Triple X Fella, The New Tallent, Caribbean Curves, Secure Your Diamonds, My Kind of Lazy and Bronze Statue.
Haul-In Arena Use is available for a fee. Please call ahead for arena schedule and haul-in fees.
Call us and come for a visit, we would love to show you around
AQHA/APHA Halter: Evaluates conformation of the American Quarter Horse/American Paint Horse as a breed. Halter classes are divided by age and sex. Horses are shown with a leather halter and are traveled before the judges so that lameness and quality of movement can be evaluated. Horses are judged on balance, structural correctness, breed and sex characteristics and degree of muscling. Of these, balance is the most important.
THOUGHT: Many have the desire to win.............few the will to prepare.
We have been raising quality Small Standard Donkeys since 1988, Saddle mules, Quarter Horses and Paints.
Kim has a diploma in Animal Sciences as well as gone to Olds College for Horse Breeders School, former horse 4-H Leader and many years experience with all types of Equines. She even had a Zebra stud for some years and really enjoys raising beautiful babies. She has been showing Halter class at a National level for the last 10 years. She has shown many horses to National Champion Ships, Futurity Champions and is focused and passionate about breeding the Best Halter Horses Canada has to offer. She also currently enjoying one of our Aged Mares at the APHA Walk Trot classes. Bruce has many years experience with Natural Horsemanship being the late world renowned clinician Peter Campbell's twin brother. He enjoys Ranch Roping. Our children have all excelled in their chosen equine discipline and all of us have enjoyed our lives with our horses, donkeys, and mules.
Samantha Dewitt has successfully competed on an open level with multiple horses in halter and yearling events.
She does an excellent job managing the facility..
Our Small Standard Donkeys are wonderful pets, guard animals, or companion animals. We have fancy colors, Canadian Donkey and Mule Association Registered Jennets, and a Dun Grey Jack. We have a few foals for sale each year and if you are looking for a special pet give us a call and we will talk on the fantastic personalities of donkeys.
We have been fortunate to have acquired SIRTAINLY SIERRA, a 2005 Bay Stallion with Multiple Grands/Reserves & Circuit Championships • Open and Amateur ROMs, Multiple World Show Qualifier • 5 Canadian National Championship Titles • Canadian National Supreme Stallion,2007 We have had a great year showing and he has 62.5 halter points at the end of 2010. He has since earned his AQHA Open Superior Halter Championship and his offspring have gone on to win at National and World level shows.
AQHA/APHA Halter: Evaluates conformation of the American Quarter Horse as a breed. Halter classes are divided by age and sex. Horses are shown with a leather halter and are traveled before the judges so that lameness and quality of movement can be evaluated. Horses are judged on balance, structural correctness, breed and sex characteristics and degree of muscling. Of these, balance is the most important.
We strive for this level of excellence in working with all our livestock. We have participated in a wide variety of horse activities including showing, roping, 4-H, parades, cattle working, and have an excellent breeding program, You never know, you may just find your next partner for your chosen discipline here.
Thank-you for the visit and enjoy the web site, Kim, Bruce, and Samantha.
CONTACT PHONE NUMBER 403-556-1195