to the Amberlea Meadows Website
our website you will
find information regarding riding lessons, boarding
your horse, summer camps and our horse show schedule. We also have some
equine related links and a Search tool to help you find what you are
looking for. We hope that you find the site helpful! Amberlea Meadows is
a multi function Equestrian Centre located south of
grown from its original 6 stall barn constructed in 1976
to its current facilities which include an 88 stall heated boarding barn
complete with wash racks, tack lockers and veterinary/farrier work
stations. Turnout for horses includes 7 pastures and 23 individual pens.
It also includes a large heated 90’ x 256’ arena complex with spectator
seating, customer lounge, concession area, offices, washrooms and
showers for your convenience and comfort. The outdoor facilities include
a large 135’ x 250’ sand ring, and a 250’ x 300’ multi-use sand show
ring. We also are proud of our grass grand prix jumping arena which has
a clock tower, a devil's dike, bank and table top as well as elevated
spectator seating. Two additional grass rings have also been developed
for use either as hunter or jumper rings. Permanent show stabling is
also available for up to 200 visiting show horses.
further information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank You To Our 2015
Jump With Hope for Kids With Cancer Horse Show &
on a company logo to
products and services they offer.
Prizebook is on line for the 16th Annual
Jump with Hope For Kids with
Cancer Horse Show
Amberlea Meadows Equestrian Centre is pleased to announce the addition
of Kubota Canada to our family of sponsors. Kubota is now the exclusive
equipment sponsor to Amberlea Meadows.
Amberlea Meadows May and July Dressage Shows Entry information is now
on line There is $2,500.00
in prize monies to be won at each of these Gold dressage shows.
*Jump Alberta Points Show*
Entry Form and Prize Booklet
'Line up' in the Grande Prix Ring
Amberlea Meadows Around the Pond
of the 2010
R. C. M. P. Musical Ride
"A horse gallops with its lungs,
preserves with its heart, and wins with its character."
Photographs were kindly provided by