The Canadian Horse exists since 1665, officially recognized as the national horse by the Canadian Parliament in 2002. Today the breed faces only about 2,500 worldwide and there is a risk of disappearing.
Canadian Horses @ Canadian Hay Ranch LIVE. See and read how the horses at Canadian Hay Ranch grow up. Currently our herd counts 17 head (14 Broodmares, 3 Stallions) without the foals and retired horses.
Our broodmares have many years of proven breeding experience. Usually our broodmares don't have any health issues or problems with foaling. They give birth on pasture naturally. Our broodmares take very well care of their babies. Ronnie and Reine always had healthy and strong foals, who didn't need any additional health care. The foals are usually very quiet and friendly, when they are handled from the beginning. When we bought the horses back then, we did sufficient research to have a good...
New pictures of our this year foals Proudly presenting our foals 2016. We have 10 foals this year. 4 colts and 6 fillies. One is already sold. Some of them can be already weaned. << Danté is definitely a character >>