About Us

PMC Performance Horses is located in Northern Ontario and is an elite and full service Boarding, Showing, Sales, Lesson and Training facility. Owned and managed by Penny McAlpine-Clayton and Karen McAlpine.

The farm has long been known as Timberlock where Penny was raised and discovered her love of horses from a very early age. Following in the footsteps of her parents Karen and Greg, Penny had an early appreciation for animals and farming. Karen and Greg began a successful dog breeding program which grew into a full-scale boarding, training and grooming business.

After the loss of Penny’s father Greg to Cancer in 2005, she, her mother Karen and her two brothers successfully carried on running the family business together.

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Our Best Programs

Corporate Events And Future Leaders Programs Corporate team building/ leadership events. $200/ person- Half day workshops Our corporate events run...

Date Night/ Girls Night/ family Nights/ Bachelorette Parties$55 per person or $105 per couple Join us for a fun filled...

Specialized Support Groups  Our specialized support groups can be formatted to suit the organization’s needs. We run EAL events for...

Riding Lessons  PMC Performance Horses offers the most diverse lesson program in Northern Ontario. We start children as early as...

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Our Events

Sep 27, 2018

2019 Shows Area 3 Promotional Quarter Horse Club- Lindsay, ON May 17-20June 29- July 3Aug 9-11 EOQHA- Carp, ON July...

EAL Events

What is EAL? Our program is based on an experiential approach to learning leadership, communications, team building and self development...

Local Shows
September 27, 2018

PMC Performance Horses will be hosting two local schooling shows featuring English and Western Performance classes and also a Trail...

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Our News

Penny McAlpine-Clayton -
March 18, 2019

Well, it’s that time of year when the birds are chirping, the sun is shinning, the weather is getting warmer…… BUT now we have to deal with the dreaded shedding season. Unlike our Southern Ontario friends we have slightly colder winters with a lot more snow. We blanket, we brush, we do many things to try and tame our wild looking steads but we still end up with mountains and

pmcperformance -
March 18, 2019

Hope everyone is enjoying the spring weather and getting the urge to get out and ride!I just wanted to share a few good exercises we like to work on for Horsemanship as well as Trail, it will also help for your basic riding skills in any discipline including Western Pleasure and well as English events. I like to call this the clover leaf exercise, I’m sure it’s been around for