At Restoration Ranch we strive to promote a family like atmosphere which embraces the "cowboy" and "western" lifestyle. We try to follow the cowboy code and encourage all our students and boarders to do the same
Live each day with courage
Take pride in your work
Always finish what you start
Do what has to be done
Be tough, but fair
When you make a promise, keep it
Ride for the brand
Talk less and say more
Remember that some things aren’t for sale
Know where to draw the line
Always wanted to learn to ride? Work cattle? Learn the ranching lifestyle? Anyone at any age can learn to ride! We have excellent ropers in Ontario that started roping in thier 40's and 50's ! Give us a call and lets see what we can do.
Life is short
Go after what gives you goosebumps
Our coaches are top notch and have exhibited at the top of their disciplines.
Restoration Ranch students and coaches have numerous National and local titles. Some student successes are:
North American Young Rider of the Year - TIP Program (3000 US Scolarship)
Reserve Champion - WSDAC
Multiple Top 10 finishes - WSDAC
Champion - London Dressage Assocation
Reserve Champion - London Dressage Assocation
Reserve Champion - Cadora Bronze Level
Multiple Saddle club champions and reserve champions
North American TIP ambassador
Multiple TIP awards
Champions and Reserve Champions - GHWD
Samantha McFadyen has been a part of the horse industry in various parts of Ontario for more than 30 years. She began competing at the age of 12 in Northern Ontario, and secured her first board of directors role at the age of 15 in the West Nipissing Agricultural Society, proceeding to run the horse show at the Verner Fair for the first time at the age of 16. Since this time she has gone on to organize multiple horse shows and programs that benefit the horse community.
Samantha currently coaches only intermediate to advanced riders and oversees the daily operation of both the farm and the lesson program.
Samantha currently sits on the boards of multiple Ontario equine organizations including but not limited to Ontario Extreme Cowboy, Western Style Dressage Association of Canada, Saints and Sinners Saddle Club,
She holds a level one judges card in Extreme Cowboy Racing, and has secured multiple National top 10 Finishes in Western Dressage in 2019 and 2021 including a Reserve Champion placing. She holds the Open Ranch Roping Champion Title for 2022 and 2023, and is the Stevensville Ram Rodeo Cattle sorting champion 2023.
Samantha also competes in Extreme Cowboy racing and team roping