Welcome to TJ Stables, an award winning, recreational, fully accessible equine facility providing a fun and educational introduction to horse back riding which leads to a lifetime relationship with horses. TJ Stables offers public trail riding and pony rides, birthday parties, summer camps and a wide range of Western, English and Vaulting lessons. Unique corporate events, parties, family reunions will create great memories on this picturesque 50 acre farm located in Chatham-Kent, Ontario. We are open year round by appointment. We are also the home of the Canadian Cowgirls elite rodeo-style drill team and the "Acceptional Rider" Therapeutic Riding Program. It's a great day to ride at TJ Stables!
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P.A. Day Camps/Saturday Farm Fun:
School is back in session, but your child can still spend time at TJ Stables. Call 519-354-7517 and book today.
November 21, 2014 is the next P.A. day for Lambton Kent District School Board, St. Clair Catholic District School Board and Conseil Scolaire Catholique Providence
Mark Your Calendars!
June 20, 2015
The Knights of Valour jousting troup
will be returning to TJ Stables for our "Acceptional Rider" Fundraiser to
perform. Tickets will go on sale
April 30, 2015.
"Acceptional Riders" Therapeutic Riding Program
If you don't know what to buy your loved one for Christmas, why not consider making a donation to the "Acceptional Riders" Therapeutic Charity Riding Program in your loved one's name?"
All donations $20.00 and over will receive a tax receipt.
You can either send a cheque to "Acceptional Riders" c/o TJ Stables 837 Gregory Dr. E.
Chatham, On N7M 5J7 or visit our store at
TJ Stables to make a donation.
Donations help subsidize the cost for riders, purchase specialty tack, program related equipment such as ramps, lifts and insurance costs. As the need for therapeutic riding continues to increase, TJ Stables is committed to its policy to never refuse any child the opportunity to ride regardless of their financial situation.
These special needs riders enjoy the thrill and challenge of horse back riding.
Check out the Canadian Cowgirls' new lighted performance!