45 minutes away from Toronto are 23,000 horses, 2,224 horse boarding and breeding farms, 110 kilometres of rideable trails, and an entire universe of farms, shops and activities dedicated to them. But when you climb atop one, or just marvel at their grace and power, everything else just goes away.
A horse event will get your heart beating fast and they’re as varied as the horses up here. While the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games are the summer’s big story, they’re by far not the only one. Caledon Equestrian Park has something exciting almost every weekend. There’s exciting family fun like HorsePower Live!. And all July, Equine Canada’s Horse Experience 2015 is like a Horse 101, with exhibitions, races and more.
People of every age can saddle up at Cadogan Farms, Little Creek Ranch and many other places. Our tack shops like Greenhawk in Orangeville and Running Fox in Caledon may surprise you, especially if you’ve never seen the style and craftsmanship of horse fashion and accessories up-close.
This is true horse country. We’re just happy they let the rest of us share it with them. See all we’ve got to offer at headwatershorsecountry.ca
Serene hills and valleys, clean and plentiful rivers, and horses grazing in lush green pastures, signal your arrival in Headwaters, the centre of all things equestrian in the province of Ontario!
The Headwaters region of Ontario is one of the most concentrated equestrian areas in the province of Ontario. Throughout the hills of King, Caledon, Erin and Dufferin County you will find some of the country’s premier horse breeding farms, coaching and training facilities, riding schools, boarding stables, equestrian ranches, suppliers (including farriers, veterinarians, feed, bedding and tack shops) and a wide range of equestrian events.