Caballus Ranch 

'With You for the Long Haul'

Coast to Coast. Commercially Insured. Class A Driver. CVOR Compliant.

Equine Transport 


Farrier Service

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Welcome to Caballus Ranch 

Kendra Wharton, Owner/Operator 

Growing up in Toronto I was lucky to have been involved with horses, taking lessons, attending summer horse camp and schooling shows in the Hunter/Jumper ring from a young age. As a teenager, roughly 13, I began my love of Reining horses. Showing with the ORHA and NRHA in Canada and USA. Top Achievements - 2x Reining Canada Youth 14-18 Champion, NRHA Top Ten Youth 14-18, NRHA Top Ten Limited Non Pro, ORHA Championships in Youth and Non Pro.

In 2009, after graduating high school, I drove to Colorado with a grey Quarter Horse mare named Annie and a Great Dane named Patrick. 

I attended Colorado State Universities Farrier Program, taught by the late Steve Mellin. Later apprenticing under Neil Miller expert in shoeing Reining horses, a strong personal interest at the time. I completed my formal education in Farriery in Martinsville, Virginia, at the late Danny Ward's Horseshoeing School. 

Following my Farrier education, and shoeing solo for approximately a year in Ontario, I headed west to attend the University of the Fraser Valley in Chilliwack, British Columbia. Here I completed the three year diploma program in Agriculture, specifically Livestock Production.

Today, Caballus Ranch is based in Meaford, Ontario.

Standard Operating Procedures

Long Haul

- When your horse is on-board with Caballus Ranch, you will receive 2 video updates each day, along with text updates from rest stops of your horses well-being (water consumption, eating habits, stress levels, unusual behaviour, etc.) and location. 

- Maximum 13 hours of drive time each day

- Rest stops every 4 hours, approx. 30-60 mins per stop depending on the horses on board (ex. foals, geriatrics, injuries may need more time)

- Minimum 8 hours rest overnight

- We do not unload overnight for bio-security reasons

- We do have layover locations if needed in each province

- Fresh water and hay available to your horse at all times

- New shavings or straw added daily

- Camera surveillance system records all horse activity in the trailer (for later viewing). Live viewing on monitor in truck cab + night vision


- Half quoted rate (including taxes) required to reserve a box stall

- Remaining balance due at time of delivery

- All stalls are considered available until deposits are received 

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Sole Proprietorship

Kendra Wharton