PRINCE GEORGE HORSE SOCIETY
operating the Agriplex
A public multi-discipline equestrian boarding & riding facility.
The Prince George Horse Society (PGHS) is a non profit organization formed in 1996 to promote the recreational, social, and education benefits of the equine disciplines, and accessibility to equine pursuits for the residents of Prince George, British Columbia, and area.
The Agriplex facility comprises of an indoor heated arena, outdoor competition arena & warm-up arena as well as 60 paddocks, 70 box stalls & 58 hay stalls.We have additional barns to increase the amount of horses to be stabled to 120 horses for large shows.
Open to the general public to come and watch the horses exercised daily or in competition! Please sign in at the office before heading out to the paddocks to look at the horses. Be respectful and do not feed or touch any of the horses unless their owner is present and gives you permission.
Jumping, dressage, reining, barrel racing, sorting, penning, roping, school horse & therapeutic riding programs! We are also home to the Top Dog Agility trials in the winter. Check our calendar for event details.
English & Western events.
Open to the public to watch.
Open riding & overnight stabling
Whether you are stopping through and need to overnight, or want to ride inside during the winter, you’ll find your information here.
Our boarding facilities are self-board. The boarders come in, feed, and take care of their own horses. We provide the storage space for the hay, as well as shavings for the stalls and paddocks. You can board your horse with us annually or seasonally. During the summer, our indoor stalls are used for clinics and rental events so from May to September the regular boarding is paddocks and hay stalls only. In addition, boarded horses have the option to use the boarders only riding time. Please check the calendar for details.
There are no automatic waterers and only 1 barn has electric outlets.
Boarding at the Agriplex is physically demanding - please be prepared!
During the BC Northern Exhibition, there arena’s are not available for riding or event rentals. Boarders are notified well in advance what the dates of the fair are so they can either haul their horses out for the time period, or know that you will only be able to do trail riding to exercise your horse.
Equestrian multi-use trails are accessible directly behind our paddocks a great alternative located in your horse’s backyard!
In addition to cash and cheques (Canadian banks only), we accept Visa, Mastercard & debit cards.
We now accept e-transfers - please send to firstname.lastname@example.org.