About Old Orchard Farm

Located between Milton and Guelph on the First Line of Nassagaweya, Old Orchard Farm is a teaching and boarding facility operated by the family of Linda Hale and George Daunt since 1987. Come visit us. We’d love to show you around!

We are an active, family-oriented barn priding ourselves on delivering specialized programs to meet the unique needs of each individual rider. Our goal is to assist each of our students to attain their equine dreams and aspirations, guiding them to be the best they can be while emphasizing fun, friends and sportsmanship.

Old Orchard Farm provides a wide range of opportunities to riders of all ages. Some enjoy a quiet hack along the surrounding cornfields and through the nearby forests. Others are focused on serious competition on the Central West Trillium Circuit.

One of our most popular opportunities is the OOF Schooling Series consisting of five shows held annually between May and September. All riders welcome. Please click here for more info.

For those seeking experience in horsemanship, OOF offers a working student program. This provides the opportunity to learn barn management and horse care in a supervised setting while earning points that are applied like cash to anything offered at OOF.

Old Orchard Farm is an OEF Approved Facility Member.

Upcoming Events & Bulletin Board

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Easter Egg Hunt Hack

Sunday April 21st

12:30 Start – All OOF Riders Welcome

 

Pony Club Switch Clinic

Monday April 22nd 2019

Both indoor arenas and many school horses will be in use.

 

Pony Cub Mini Meet

May 4th-5th 2019

Both indoor arenas and many school horses will be in use.

 

Centered Riding Clinic

June 14th-16th 2019

Riding Clinic with Susana Widrig

 

Latest News

Great Start to the 2019 Trillium Season!

It was a great start to the season for our new partnerships at JD Leap into Spring! Our congratulations to: Jackie Barber with As You Wish - Reserve Champion Large Pony Division Kaya Wilk with Sterling - Reserve Champion Medium Pony Division Erika Merhar with English...

High Point Award for Guelph Equestrian Team

This past weekend marked the end of the 2018-2019 University of Guelph Hunter-Jumper Team and Club lesson season. The team finished off their successful season with a great finals run on March 23rd at the Caledon Equestrian Center. Highlights include Megan Paddock's...

Time to Register for Spring Lessons

Spring Riding Lessons Spring Session lessons are open for registration.The session starts Monday, March 18th  and will run for 14 weeks. Lesson Options:A variety of lesson options are available and can be reviewed here.New to Lessons?  Check out the...

Quick Links

To Register for lesson Click Here

We would like to remind everyone that while we have automated much of our registration and payment process for ease of use, we are still a small family farm business and do not have office staff.  The people who are taking your registrations, scheduling the sessions and teaching the lessons are typically the same people who are mucking out stalls, feeding the horses and maintaining the property everyday or in some cases are volunteers with other full time employment. We will do our best to answer any questions you have and address any concerns, but please have patience.  - OOF

To Register for Summer Camp Click Here

We would like to remind everyone that while we have automated much of our registration and payment process for ease of use, we are still a small family farm business and do not have office staff.  The people who are taking your registrations, scheduling the sessions and teaching the lessons are typically the same people who are mucking out stalls, feeding the horses and maintaining the property everyday. We will do our best to answer any questions you have and address any concerns, but please have patience.  - OOF

For Horse Show Registration Click Here

We would like to remind everyone that while we have automated much of our registration and payment process for ease of use, we are still a small family farm business and do not have office staff.  The people who are taking your registrations, scheduling the sessions and teaching the lessons are typically the same people who are mucking out stalls, feeding the horses and maintaining the property everyday or in some cases are volunteers with other full time employment. We will do our best to answer any questions you have and address any concerns, but please have patience.  - OOF

Download 2019 Summer Show Series Program Click Here

Download 2019 Adult Show Series Program Click Here

Download 2019 Candy Apple Show Series Program Click Here

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