n 1999 KVF started on a 45 acre farm just south of it’s current location. Since 2006 KVF has been based out of it’s current location North of Sylvan Lake on a 160 acre farm with two barns and 16 stalls in total all equipped with soft stalls and automatic waters, three 3m x 9m foaling stalls equiped with closed circuit cameras, a 20m x 40m indoor arena, 20m x 60m outdoor, huge turnout paddocks and expansive grass fields for the young horses to grow up on. The main barn is attached to the indoor arena and has a wash rack, boarder’s lockers, an upstairs viewing/office area, 3 tackup stalls and a treadmill. The second barn has 5 permanent stalls one of which is equipped with cameras and set up as a treatment stall, the second barn is used as our reproduction center in the spring/summer and has an adjustable breeding dummy, portable stocks, a wash rack and a lab set up for all of Alberta Vet Centers reproduction requirements.
Our outdoor horses are fed round bales of 1st or 2nd cut hay depending on their diet needs and the hay is chopped with a hay chopper to get rid of any excess dust and then fed on the ground to simulate grazing when the ground is dry or frozen. We also offer diet pens for the easy keepers. Our indoor horses are fed hay outside and then alfalfa cubes and our grain concentrate when they come in for the evening. We feed a concentrate which is specially made up for us by a nutritionist after our hay is tested each year to determine what minerals are lacking. This ensures that our horses are receiving a truly balanced diet without any guessing.
Klondike Victory Farm gets its name from the Yukon where both Lorrie and Coreen were raised and lived until graduation.