Note that Ontario is currently in the process of re-opening and there are rules and restrictions on capacity and some places require advance reservations. It’s best to call ahead or check websites before visiting to confirm. For more information on health recommendations for the Burlington area visit Halton Region Public Health and/or view and subscribe to the Health and Safety Notices page on the City website.

Equestrian

Girl standing beside horse with Niagara escarpment in the background

Burlington offers a range of horse riding schools, camps and facilities in the north of the city.

Girl standing beside horse with Niagara escarpment in the background

Riding Schools, Camps & Farms

In the Halton area you will find many premier horse breeding farms, coaching and training facilities, clinics, riding schools, summer camps, birthday parties, boarding stables, equestrian ranches, suppliers (including farriers, veterinarians, feed, bedding and tack shops) and a wide range of equestrian events.  Visit Halton’s Simply Local: Horse Farms and Recreation Activities for a complete list of equestrian establishments in Halton. If you prefer to be a spectator you can enjoy fast-paced harness racing action on Woodbine at Mohawk Racetrack’s one-of-a-kind 7/8-mile oval track, open seasonally.

Donkey and horse in pasture at Bronte CreekTwo riders on horseback with Mount Nemo in backgroundClose up of Riding boots

Note: The Region of Halton as of November 16 in red (control) phase with additional restrictions to help control the spread of COVID-19 and will remain in place for a minimum of 28 days.  Face coverings are mandatory inside buildings and enclosed public spaces open to the public as per municipal & regional bylaws. Please review each facilities protocols before visiting.

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