Glen Oro farm was established over 50 years ago and resides in the undulating hills of beautiful Oro-Medonte Township in Ontario.

Glen Oro's 200 acres of rolling hills, hardwood forest and fields has been in Leslie's family since 1967. The property's sandy loam soil makes for wonderful footing, rated by many to be among the best at any three-day eventing site in North America.


The Landscape


One of the things that sets Glen Oro apart from other farms is the incredible hacking available. The exceptional footing, beautiful scenery, combined with the excellent care make it the ideal spot to keep your horse or pony. Glen Oro is home to many ancient, giant trees - maple, oak, beech, cedar, walnut, birch and pine, adding to the historic atmosphere and scenic charm of the property. Glen Oro has historic significance in that Sir Samuel Steele spent much of his youth here riding and shooting with his cousins, the Clarks, who originally settled here in the early 1800's.