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Meadowland Farm is an OEF site-accredited horse farm which was established by us in 2004 at our original 100 acre farm location in Campbellford Ontario.  In 2014 we found and purchased a 107 acres equestrian facility located at the top of Alnwick Hills Road in the village of Baltimore, just a few minutes north of Cobourg, Ontario. 

There are approximately 40 horses living at MHP boarding stables and we welcome riders from all disciplines and horses of all ages from foals to retired horses.  We also accept broodmares and foals and welcome short term board to track and handle breeding of mares (fresh chilled AI only)

We breed Holsteiner, Hanoverian and Oldenburg horses for the hunter/jumper market and annually we have foals/youngstock available for sale.  Please view our horses for sale at horses4salewww.meadowland.ca/horses4sale.html


200 x 100 indoor arena

300 x 200 outdoor arena

150 x 100 outdoor arena

Show jumps

XC jumps on our own private trails

Xtreme Cowboy course

Direct access to vast trail network in Northumberland Forest


The horse barn has a computerized climate control system with underfloor heating during

winter and air cooling system for summer

30 large stalls with rubber matting and auto water

Heated viewing gallery

Heated washroom and tack rooms

2 washstalls with hot and cold running water



Sound system in indoor arena

Keypad locking tackrooms

Horses have all day turnout in paddocks with hay

Indoor Board- $550 per month

Prices are subject to HST


For further information please view our main website www.meadowland.ca

or contact us via email at info@meadowland.ca


Meadowland High Pointe, 3701-3711 Alnwick Hills Road, Baltimore, Cobourg, ON K0K 1C0



From Hwy 401 exit at Cobourg/Baltimore junction (474B).  Take Hwy 45 North.  Turn onto Harwood Road in Baltimore.  On leaving the village, turn right onto Alnwick Hills Road and go to the top of the hill and at the T-junction on the right, you will see the entrance to our farm directly in front of you.  Take driveway through the woods all the way to the barn.  Lots of parking and turning area for large horse trailers.