Services « Linden Ridge

By: Linden Ridge  09-12-2011
Keywords: Horses, Cold Compression Therapy

Services « Linden Ridge

At Linden Ridge we realize that our clients lead busy lives. While our customers love their horses and time spent with them, very few can dedicate to their animals the time and energy that they truly deserve. For this reason, Linden Ridge offers the finest in full-service care. We are essentially a ‘turn-key’ operation.

All horses in residence at Linden Ridge receive daily grooming, bathing, (if ne-cessary), individual turnout and blanketing. All horses are kept in a carefully monitored veterinary and farrier program, using only the finest professionals in their field. All work and lessons are custom tailored to suit each animal’s needs. Feed and sup-plement programs are designed to enable each horse to reach its full potential. Daily cosmetic care, (such as clipping legs, ears, muzzles, pulling manes and trimming tails), along with grooming supplies are provided and included in board costs. Laundry service for bandages, saddle pads, blankets, etc. is also covered.
We keep a low horse-to-staff ratio and employ highly-trained and experienced grooms, so that horses receive the optimum level of care and maintenance. Staff returns to check horses, re-blanket and feed hay, 365 nights a year to ensure that horses’ health is monitored as closely as posssble.


Linden Ridge provides and utilizes numerous forms of therapeutic equipment, such as laser, centrifugal massage, electro-magnetic and hot and cold compression therapy for the optimum maintenance and health of our animals.



Linden Ridge Limited is a full-service show stable, geared towards training horses and riders for all levels of competition. We offer top class instruction by Ainsley Vince, member of the Canadian Equestrian Team since 1995. We specialize in hunters, jumpers and equitation. Our students show at competitions year round and throughout North America. Linden Ridge also offers opportunities for clinics taught by Ainsley, both at this facility and abroad.

Keywords: Cold Compression Therapy, Horses,