About Kendal Hills Equine
In 1981, Alexander and Annelies Horn established Kendal Hills Stud Farm as an Ontario Standardbred breeding facility operation. During the early years, the farm stood the stallions Caroldons Knight and Armbro Norval; while later years brough Coal Harbor, General Star, Topnotcher, Broadwar Blue, U.S. Open, and Klingon Hanover. Kendal Hills Stud Farm was also home to the world famous Hanoverian stallion, Goldschläger.
Today, the farm is known as Kendal Hills Equine as it not only offers breeding services, but it has turned into a successful boarding facility for riders of all ages and disciplines. With over 30 years of horse care experience, Kendal Hills offers the best boarding facility for mares, geldings, stallions, and youngsters.
The 200-acre farm is operated by Annelies Horn, her sons Christoph and Stephan, and the Kendal Hills staff.