Thank you for your continued loyalty and support! As usual we have a ton of great activities and clinics planned, so click on the Upcoming Events tab and make sure to come see us at the barn to get the latest scoop!
Our guided trail rides take you through some of Manitoulin Island's most stunning scenery aboard our well-trained horses... Read More »
If you're between the ages of 8 and 15 and just love horses come and join our Kid's Summer Day Camp! Read More »
Check out what's happening at HBRS; we host shows, visiting clinicians, educational seminars, etc... Read More »
The best way to experience the breathtaking scenery and wildlife of Northern Ontario's Manitoulin Island is from the back of a horse!
Located in the heart of beautiful Manitoulin Island, Honora Bay Riding Stable offers an exciting horseback riding adventure you won't soon forget!
We provide a variety of trail rides and overnight excursions on trails through the surrounding forests, hilltop fields, and along the Niagara Escarpment.
We are a short 15 minute drive from Little Current, and central to the island's many attractions.
Over 20 well trained horses are waiting to take you out on trails led by our experienced guides who carry first aid gear and communication technology to ensure your safety. Whether you have never seen a horse in person or you're a seasoned rider, we've got a fun experience waiting for you!
In addition to trail rides we offer year round riding lessons with a certified CHA instructor. Take a tour through our website and explore all the options we have to offer. And don't forget our July and August daily Summer Horse Camp for kids aged 8-15! See you at the barn!
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From our archives
We're hoping to find the time to create more albums of the many shows and events we are hosting here. Here are some older photos going a couple of years back: