Goldring Stables also known as “Memento Farm” was founded in 2002 by Cathy & Clayton Goldring. With over 80 years of experience, their goal is to provide a top quality facility where riders of all ages can come and enjoy the equestrian sport.

The name, Memento Farm, is symbolic of our farms history. It was important to both Clayton and Cathy that the name had meaning and was representative of the farms identity:

Mementos represent memories of the owners past as young aspiring equestrians and the memories that have been created during their time spent with horses and friendships made over the years. They want each individual at the farm, with the mutual passion of horses, to have the same great experiences and memories.

Clayton Goldring

Clayton is the head coach and trainer at Goldring Stables and began his riding career as a young child in Halifax.

As a junior and young adult, he trained and developed numerous horses and ponies for competition. Over the years, Clayton has trained and mentored with some of the top riders, trainers and competitors in the US and Canada. Some of those include both Randy and Ryan Roy, Angela Covert-Lawrence and Wayne McLellan. All of which have continued success in the Hunter, Jumper and Equitation rings throughout North America.

During the past decade, Clayton has developed numerous horse and rider combinations to many successes. To date, he has brought home to the farm over 500 Championships and 50+ National Zone Titles.

He and his students have qualified numerous horses and ponies to attend Canada’s largest and most prestigious indoor horse show, The Royal Winter Fair in Toronto.