Meadowvale Farm is a friendly, family run, facility welcoming of both competitive and recreational riders. We strive to maintain a positive, friendly and professional atmosphere. We have an important team of coaches and barn staff who work together to ensure both horses and riders are catered to.
The farm is owned by Stephanie Calvert. Stephanie and her husband, Damien Marion, purchased the property in 2005 and have developed the property into the Equestrian facility that it is today. We continue to upgrade and increase our services and facilities.
Our team of coaches and barn staff work together to ensure Meadowvale provides an excellent quality of service to customers. Our goal is to provide superior riding instruction with a focus on safety and fun, excellent care for both our boarded horses and our own invaluable school horses, all in a positive social atmosphere.
Stephanie Calvert - Head coach and facility owner
Stephanie is a certified Equestrian Canada Competition Coach and has a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. She has many years of training experience with a variety of horses as well as a successful competitive career in 3 day eventing up to the Intermediate level provincially and CCI* Internationally.
Stephanie has a passion for the sport of eventing where the horse and
rider are tested through 3 distinct phases of competition: 1) Dressage, to test
submission, balance, accuracy of the horse, 2) Stadium Jumping, to test the
horses athletic ability, precision and scope over jumps that knock down, and 3)
Cross country, to test bravery, agility, and endurance around a cross country
course over solid obstacles.
Elaine Calvert - Riding coach
Elaine is an Equine Canada Certified Instructor. Elaine brings her years of experience and patience to coaching all levels of riders at Meadowvale Farm. Elaine's patient and constructive coaching approach has helped many riders develop their riding skills and confidence. A strong emphasis on the basics sets riders up for success. In her riding, Elaine has brought along a number of young horses and evented to the Pre-training and training levels.