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about us

Tarryn mcnaughton

is an equine assisted personal development coach, which means with the assistance of horses, she helps individuals and families create positive habits and lifestyle choices.  

Tarryn was raised on a cattle and sheep ranch near Weyburn, SK.  

She grew up on horseback working cattle and barrel racing.  


 As an adult, she worked in oil and gas reclamation after completing a Geology & Geography degree from the University of Regina.  In the fall of 2019 she was certified in Equine Assisted Learning by EAL Canada and since then has enjoyed spending her time bringing horses and humans together.  She worked at Living Hope Ranch in Maple Creek, SK as an Equine Team Member and taught with Kyra Londos Training Stables in Kelowna, BC.  She has worked with a variety of youth, from pre-school children to at-risk teenage girls.  One of her favourite parts about this career is seeing the changes in individuals as they spend time with the horses.  

meet the horses

dark chestnut horse with white blaze looking at camera
bay horse looking behind him towards camera


SPICE is the youngest of the herd, but she enjoys spending time with people, especially if she is receiving any amount of attention!  She excels in ground work sessions and is a great partner to those clients needing that extra challenge.


CRICKET is the strong and silent type.  He is timid with a little bit of a stubborn streak.  However, he is genuine in his reactions and response to people, and acts as a gentle mirror and landing ground for client emotion.

pinto pony looking out of trailer door
bay horse standing in green field with blue sky


SCOUT is a big little sweetheart!  He is so gentle with kids and adults: giving children confidence to do things by themselves, and providing nervous and fearful adults a safe place to connect.


BEAR is a family horse who is the go-to companion for any children or new participants that come to the farm.  He is very gentle with timid children and happily takes any challenges that students give him.

bay horse head shot turning his head towards camera
white horse and sorrel horse with bridles on their heads


TEDDY is a well rounded go-to horse who is not only a top ranch working horse, but also very kind and respectful to students. Teddy is responsive to participants’ behaviours while also letting them know his own feelings.

& Special Guests

We have a great collection of special guests who help provide services to our learners from time to time, including Cloud, Runt, LB, Peanut, and Nick.

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