Rock Forest Stables Sherbrooke
Performance Equestrian Property In Sherbrooke, Quebec
JUMPER/HUNTER COACHES AND HORSE TRAINERS
Rock Forest Stables is fully equipped equestrian center which offers boarding options and riding lessons. Our equestrian property is located in the beautiful city of Sherbrooke, Quebec . Our team of dedicated equestrian professionals will ensure you and your equine athlete will have a positive and safe experience with us. We offer introductory courses for adults and children, but also have advanced courses which will prepare you for competition. We have a fabulous selection of school master horses ready to help you enjoy the Equestrian sport on our fully equipped Equestrian property.
Rock Forest Stables is managed by Dominique and Donny Maida. Dominique has extensive Equestrian experience, spending 14 years in the Grand Prix circuit grooming horses for Mac Cone a Canadian professional. She has competed in 2008 Olympics in China, World Equestrian Games in Spain, Pam Am games in Brazil, Nations Cup in Spruce Meadows Alberta, and many years in Wellington Florida. Dominique has also completed a Diploma in Equine Science at the University of Guelph. She is also a Equestrian Canada Instructor and Level 8 rider. Donny Maida has completed education and work experience in Architecture, Building Operations and Property Management. Donny has spent many years as a operations manager in large high tech facilities and simultaneously working with Dominique on various Equestrian properties to develop there passion for horses which has created Rock Forest Stables.
“Dominique’s work ethic and passion for horses has been vital to Southern Ways. Her riding skills and her knowledge of horses is certainly at the professional level. “Mac Cone, Olympic Silver Medalist
“If you want to smile more often ride at Rock Forest Stables”
Marie – Christine
“The connection you will develop with your equine partner is very special and it all happens at Rock Forest Stables”
” What a great leaning experience, Thank you Rock Forest Stables”