New Horizons Equine Center

New Horizons Equine Center
R.R. #5
Wallaceburg, Ontario
N8A 4L2

Phone:  519-359-9233

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Latest News:

Pull The Pocket Blog Features New
Horizons Equine Center:

"New Horizons & A Chance at a New


New Horizons Equine Center was
featured in "Tuesday's Horse", a
weekly publication of the Int'l Fund for
Horses, you can read about us here:

Tuesday's Horse


Helpful Tips:

If your horses have a bad habit of
chewing wood, rub some mild bars of
soap on your wooden fence rails or
fence post tops.  This is a safe and
effective way to discourage them from
doing so!


Quote Of The Day:

"There is no greater form of self
revelation than to look in the eyes of a
rescued horse."

~New Horizons Equine Center

"From Sulky to Sand Ring -
Providing Second Careers for Off-The-Track

Harness racing is an exhilarating sport, with the likes of Somebeachsomewhere,
Deweycheatumanhowe, Art Official, St. Lads Popcorn and Nebupanezzar
continuously thrilling us with exciting competition!  However, some
Standardbreds never reach this level of racing notoriety and we firmly believe
that these horses, the ones who have finished their careers on the track, are still
very well suited at learning a new discipline!  They are intelligent, able and
willing to please!  It is our hope that we can erase the myth that Standardbreds
have no other purpose other than racing!  

Let's show people what they can do!


New Horizons Equine Center is a 50 acre rescue / rehabilitation facility that
focuses on re-training off-the-track Standardbreds for a second career.  We are
located just outside of Dresden, Ontario, Canada, which is within an hour or
two of five major Ontario Standardbred racetracks; Western Fair Raceway,
Windsor Raceway, Hiawatha Horse Park, Dresden Raceway and Woodstock
Raceway.  We believe that even though these horses have finished their racing
career, they are still very able and willing to learn new disciplines!

Thanks for visiting the website,
Claudette Lemesurier
New Horizons Equine Center


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