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Equine-Related Business

20 Bells Lake
Ramon Regozo

Approximately 20% of the B&B guests are participants, coaches, or spectators in equestrian events and/or guests of horse ranches in the township. Event participants are particulary appreciative of the Breakfast-To-Go meal option, and the extra-quiet rooms and extra-comfortable beds. Some guests have taken advantage of the massage services that are provided through local partners, as well as the fine dining offered by excellent restaurants throughout the township.

Fincham's Harness
Brian Sinnott

For over 35 years, Fincham's Harness has been operating in King Township as a full service saddlery and tack store, catering to the needs of the equestrian market. A team of qualified staff designs and manufactures quality leather products which are sold at their store located in Nobleton, and on the company website. In addition to the manufactured products, accesories and giftware are also available. Other services include: nameplate engraving, professional repairs, and custom orders.

Nobleton Feed Mill
Budweth Family

Originally established in 1945, the Nobleton Feed Mill serviced the local area livestock feed market. With change in ownership in 1978 came some new ideas. The Budweth family included the addition of a specialized feed mixing facility, which provided specialized feeds, clear of added medications, drugs, hormones and animal by-products. This second generation, family owned business continues to serve their clients with reliable service and quality product.

York Saddlery & Harness
Martin York

York Saddlery and Harness Inc. was established in 1978, initially as a manufacturer of custom bridles and a tack repair service. Since moving to Schomberg in 2000, it is now manufactures a complete range of custom saddles, bridle-work and carriage harness. A complete set of six-in-hand coach harness, the largest single order for harness in Canada in over 25 years, was manufactured in 2005 for a Schomberg area customer. The business accepts orders and inquires both locally and from around the world.

King Township Business Times pg. 6