Tucked in seclusion in Western Canada, this beautiful equestrian facility is nestled among alpine forests, lush pastures, and rich croplands. With views of snow-capped mountain ranges to the north and south and a wide river on the west side, this 1,260 acre farm is a gem among the Rockies. in addition to equestrian interests, the farm also produces organic cattle and crops, and the forest around this farmland is threaded with riding trails and rich wildlife.
This beautiful equestrian complex provides boarding, dressage, and jumping training and personal individual coaching. It is also the proprietor for jumping and dressage clinics and drag hunts.
Complimenting their organic farm, the equestrian facility is also self sustaining in it's energy, sourcing electricity from a micro-hydroelectric plant which profits from the multiple waterfalls on the property. the energy produced runs the entire farm, and the excess electricity is sold to the local power company.
2007 – Master planning and conceptual design began in the fall
2008 – Construction began mid-summer
2009/10 – Construction completed late winter
Horses aren't the only ones pampered in luxury here. A staff break room, kitchen, rest room, and offices fill the upper level of the building with windows looking into the indoor and a large outdoor deck overlooking the outdoor arena. the entire facility is wi-fi enabled, adding to the already plentiful amenities.
-- GH2 Gralla Equine Architects provide master planning, conceptual design, construction documents, and construction administration for the project. --
Contractor: Kindred Construction, Ltd., Vancouver, BC
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