The Caledon Equestrian Park is home annually to 16 of the most prestigious equestrian events in Canada. It offers accommodations for nearly 1000 horses and 5 international competition rings. The park also provides first class facilities for the many competitors from all over the world as well as those living within Canada’s largest horse community (the Caledon/King corridor).
The Caledon Equestrian Park is world famous for what originally made it so appealing, the natural footing and beauty.
Caledon Equestrian Park is proud to offer the following amenities, among others:
- Indoor & Outdoor Equestrian Facilities available for rent
- Meeting & Gathering spaces also available for rent
- Free Parking
- Free Admission (clinics excepted)
- Restaurant & LLBO on site
- Equestrian Mall Vendor area open during competitions
The equestrian jewel of eastern Canada is located in Palgrave, Ontario. It humbly began as a temporary facility for 1 or 2 horse shows a year when the original Bolton District Horse Shows Association outgrew the facilities at the Bolton fair grounds in 1973. Thru the 70’s and early 80’s the facility was only used once or twice a year but was widely admired for its sensational natural footing for and the beauty of the vistas. In 1986 the facility came under the management of Craig Collins who further developed the property and added several shows throughout the summer. In 1990 Collins put together a partnership of several local professional horsemen and established Equestrian Management Group Inc. with the focus being to establish the Caledon Equestrian Park as the premiere permanent equestrian park in eastern Canada. They began the process of installing permanent facilities and expanding the schedule of events to include all disciplines to make use of the facilities during the entire season.
In 2009 the Caledon Equestrian Park was selected as the Official Venue for Equestrian Sports at the 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto and has since undergone a massive upgrade and restructuring. The Park now offers accommodations for up to 1000 horses, 7 rings with all weather sand/fiber footing and the largest indoor arena in Canada. The legacy of the 2015 Pan Am Games has insured the continued success of the Park as an international venue which is now able to operate year round.
The Caledon Equestrian Park has grown from humble beginnings to a first class equestrian event facility, attracting riders from the local regions, North America and Europe.
Enjoy the Legacy!