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Experience trail riding, hay rides, private rides and horseback riding lessons in beautifull Spruce Hill Resort, BC with the expert guides of our Stables.

Our trail rides are suitable for beginner to advanced riders and take place in small groups.

Call the Stables at: 250 644 3456

E-mail: manager@flyingrooster.org


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Meet our horses

We are looking forward to meeting you and ride the beautifull trails of the Cariboo together!

Hi folks!

My name is Ninou, it rhymes with Cariboo ;) I am originally from the south of France. I first landed in Canada 12 years ago to live an international experience in a host family and learn a second language. After 10 months living in remote Kitimat, I came back to France with only one objective, to one day live permanently in beautiful British Columbia.

I graduated from a business school in Europe and later join Vancouver Island University to complete a master’s degree. I successfully defended my thesis in Sustainable leisure management and spent a year researching and interviewing the guest ranch owners of our region.

I grew up around horses, I have competed in pro jumping over a period of 5 years in France with my wonderful Dutch warmblood gelding, Urbis. I was lucky to try many disciplines such as western, polo, endurance, horse ball, and ski joering. I have had several work experiences in resorts, ranches and riding centers in both France and Canada, as riding instructor, trail guide, equine therapy assistant coach and wrangler.

This past 2 years I have been teaching French Immersion at the local elementary school, I discovered an amazing community and a passion for educating younger generation.

I am very excited to open a trail ride service to locals and travelers in our area!

Thank you for visiting us! We hope to see you soon on one of our rides and share with you some hot chocolate/wine in our traditional teepee.

Enjoy the trails safely!

Your guide, Ninon Chiberches


PLEASE NOTE: Horseback riding can be dangerous. You ride the horses and use the trails and equipment at your own risk. All riders – or a guardian if under 15 years of age – are required to sign a waiver at the barn and at the front desk.