Equine Information

Equine Information Contact List

Please, if would like to be listed (or know a business that should be listed) on our contact sheet, please email admin@murdochvet.com with the business, name, contact information, and nature of business

Bed and Bale / Overnight Boarding

Business Name Contact Name Contact Info

PG Agriplex

Overnight boarding

Office Manager 250-563-2200

Taba Creek

Bed and Bale

Tammy Young 250-961-5868

Equine Massage and Chiropractic

*For lameness concerns it is recommended to have a veterinary exam prior to seeking alternative therapies

Amanda England 250-565-8511
Judy Hyde 250-640-0463

Equestrian Centers

Center Name Owner/Manager Contact Number
Blue Gate Farm Barbara Kinsey 250-967-4864
Burns Equestrian Center Dave Burns 250-562-3797
Crossroads Ranch Myrna or Howard Thiessen 250-967-0205
McKinley Equestrian Center Darcie McKinley 250-964-6834
Majestic Arabians Donna Allen 250-963-6786
Miworth Equestrian Center Val Radley 250-962-0331
PG Agriplex (Horse Society) Office Manager 250-563-2200
PG Equine Rescue Nicola Redpath 250-981-8458
Ridge Country Farm Sorine Winter 250-964-4152
Rosenol Performance Horses Lana Smith 250-960-1628
Taba Creek Tammy Young 250-961-5868
Willowcale Equestrian Center Ben and Tonya King 250-640-7872


Name Contact Method

Backcountry Blacksmith

Russell Floyd


AFA Certified Journeyman Farrier

Hot shoeing, therapeutic and remedial care

Corey Newton 250-568-2215 hot/cold shoeing and trims
David DeWit 778-349-4974

AFA Certified Journeyman Farrier

Hot or cold shoeing, trims

Ed Wiebe 250-961-4696 hot/cold shoeing and trims
Howard Thiessen 250-967-0205 cold shoeing and trims

Knights Farrier Services

Chad Knight

250-640-0068 hot/cold shoeing and trims
Ryan Clark 250-564-7881 hot/cold shoeing and trims

Horse Training

Name Number
Alyson McCann 250-617-2489
Danny and Pam Morrison 250-964-2860
Deren Beattie 250-963-7382
Dennis Fowler 250-964-9500
Donna Allen 250-963-6786
Gary Jansen 250-560-5232
Lisa Loewen 250-612-8369
Nicole Klassen 250-981-0284
Randy Ophus 250-567-4269
Rob Kershaw 250-963-0068
Stu Wheele 250-614-3967

Riding Instructors

Donna Allen 250-963-6786 Western level 1 and English School Horses 
Tara Aikenson
Rochelle Burns-VanGeloen 250-562-3797 English and Western
Pernell Fleck 780-887-8748 Western School Horse
Bonny Kennedy 250-963-7768 English
Nicole Klassen 250-981-0284 English Western
Wanda Larson 250-963-0072 Western School Horses
Alyson McCann 250-617-2489 English and Western
Pam or Danny Morrison 250-964-2860 Western No School Horses
Susie Ramsey 250-961-5541 English and Western School Horses
Nicola Redpath 250-981-8458 English Western School Horses
Stephanie Shacke 250-961-7225 English No School Horses
Sorine Winther - Ridge Country Farms (Formally Dreamworks) 250-964-4152 English School Horses

Tack and Saddle Repair

Name Location/Details Contact Number
Patrick McKeown

Prince George

Leather repairs and custom made Tack

Over 30 years experience

250-562-8830 hm

778-349-0862 cell


Lea-Ann Smith

Prince George

Wash/repair/waterproof horse blankets

Make and alter blankets


or FB "L.A. Show Horses"

Trail / Sleigh Rides

Business name Contact Name  Number

El Shaddai Ranch

Trail Rides

Sean Roberts 250-640-6651
Triple D Draft Horse Sleigh Rides Jen and Delbert Dillman 250-964-1757
Triple J Ranch Martin Dillabough 250-998-4746
Stretch the Trail 250-981-8566

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