Website for Horseman’s Park: https://horsemansparkalberta.com/
Horseman’s Park Alberta was created for riders who are looking for an alternative in their training and pleasure riding. The Park provides a continuous landscape of forests and hay fields, with large and some smaller hills, flat areas and numerous trails. It is an excellent training ground for conditioning for performance and is constantly groomed and harrowed for any holes and uneven surfaces.
In July, the hay is cut and the entire property is open for riding. Before July there are trails around each of the four small hay fields that connect with the secondary trails and pathways.
A Boarding, Training, Destination Facility for all Breeds and Disciplines
– 70 foot round pen – large enough to ride in and work big horses
– 130 x 140 foot training arena
– The Flats: a 3 acre grass training field complete with stadium jumps and exercise poles. We are currently building an 80 x 180 sand arena with covered viewing, plus cross country field for 2019.
– 80 acres of trails and open fields and hills, all groomed to allow complete training enjoyment.
Haul-In fees: $20 per rider (you can bring as many horses as you want)
$300 month (hay, grass fields, large paddocks, shelters). Stalls available for shows or injured/sick horses.
Weekly: $250 Monthly: $1000
All horses are worked every day, whether it’s riding or groundwork or in-hand. We cover colt starting to refinement work for show or pleasure.
See Horseman’s Park website for more details: Horseman’s Park Alberta
Testimonials for Horseman’s Park Alberta:
“We rode as a group in 2013 and it was a blast! Lots of trails and wide paths to canter on. We got to use the roundpen and went over some jumps. The trails have obstacles or you can go around them. For $20 a rider the place is worth it for hills and scenery. We spent the day. Can’t wait for the snow to go so we can trailer back!”
Amy Goodall Reviewed 26th March 2014 7:24 PM
“We absolutely love your land. It is by far the best riding within an hour from Calgary. I prefer it to mountain riding, as there are more wide open spaces for cantering, no gopher holes and the trails have been harrowed.” Cheryl Yingst Bartell, Calgary AB