The Gaynor Homestead is a 68-acre working farm just 10 minutes from London, Ontario. We live on-farm and work daily to provide our production sheep and hobby horses with love and good care. As we grow our operations, we sometimes have excess barn and pasture space which is available to like-minded individuals looking to board their horses along with ours.
We have 2 spaces available currently.
Boarders have access to our winding forest trails through our back woods, perfect for exploring and walks.
Board includes quality hay fed free choice via netted round bales, with water available at all times. With special arrangements, some externally provided grains and medications can be fed too.
FENCED Outdoor Arena
Our main pasture features an outdoor riding arena with sand footing available to all boarders. Weather permitting.
We are 10 minutes from Ingersoll, London, and the 401. So it's easy to visit often. We also have flexible barn hours to fit your schedule. For your convenience, we can take boarding payments via eTransfer or credit card via online invoicing.
24/7 Walk-In Shelters
Have piece-of-mind that your animal has protection from storms and sun in our large 5-sided shelters anytime they want.
Friendly Oversight + Care
We have years of experience caring for horses at our own barn and fancy big stables. We know large animal care, and will monitor your animal when you aren't around. We also don't judge, horse ownership is about enjoyment.
What we are not
We are not a high-end 'fancy pants' stable, we're a farm. Our fence posts lean a little and tragically no noble horses were born here. If you are looking for a glamorous stable with things like: an indoor arena, a observation room, a change room, barn washrooms ... we love that stuff, but we are a little more... *ahem*, basic. That said, if you need some special things, we can likely accommodate, let's chat.
Outdoor Board is $250/month + HST
Shared pasture with walk-in shelter
Free choice round bale hay provided by us
24 hour water
Access to outdoor riding arena
Access to forest trails
Storage for basic tack and grain
Interested in coming out to have a look?
Contact us by phone or e-mail (found at the bottom of this page) or alternatively fill out the form below and we will setup a tour with you.