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Harding's Haven is a retirement farm open to semi retired horses and casual riders. The custom care provided is one of a kind and offered at reasonable rates. Katrina takes the time needed daily to create healthy relationships with each horse ensuring their happiness and health. 

Our hay is grown on property and fed 24/7 from multiple feeders. The functionality of the pasture is above average as the positioning of the hay, water and shelter encourages movement which benefits overall health.   

Katrina operates a small lesson program focusing on therapeutic riding for children with special needs. Despite this the farm remains very quiet and offers a consistent positive and relaxed environment. 

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     Each horse is given a body scoring when it arrives at HHH. Depending on its current weight, height, age, breed and work load we custom build a program that is best suitable for your horse. We feed quality products including trace mineral and ground flax. 


     Katrina loves each horse like her own. Her friends have teased saying "If I were to die and come back I would want to be one of your horses" as they are all well loved and happy. 


     All staff are well trained, friendly and reliable. A screening process is in place to ensure our high standard is met through consistent performance.


     Erin is a beautiful town with lots of opportunities for involvement. 

Events & Clinics

No current dates.


Katrina has her up to date first aid and CPR training. All riders are required to wear certified helmets and riding apparel. 

About Us


Wellington Community & Family Services

Jump Start Programs

Government Support

The best a horse can get, the total package!

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Drop in visits welcome

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Working Students

Do you need volunteer hours? 

Looking for a co-op position? 

Or would you like to work for a riding/lesson opportunity?