About Us


Belinda LaBelle-Logan

& Head Coach

Belinda started her riding at the young age of 6. What seemed like it would be “just a phase” like her dance and figure skating, a passion was developing for the equestrian sport.

Over the years, Belinda has been fortunate to work with some of the industry's finest to develop her skills and abilities as a coach and facility owners such as Grace Waynura, Peter Gisborn, Grant Field and Danny Foster to mention a few of the many. Belinda strives to continue her growth and development in the industry as she continues to learn by keeping up her riding, training and coaching current by taking lessons herself with high-performance coaches, attending and hosting clinics, camps, and educational seminars. Belinda is also President of the Central East Trillium Hunter Jumper Association and sits on the THJA Board of Directors for 2020 as well as the banquet committee. 


As owner/operator of Belle Wood Equestrian, Belinda’s goals are to have happy clients and healthy horses on the property. She strives for long-term clients and horses. Many of Belinda’s clients have been with her since opening the doors in April 2008 and still continue to develop under her program.


Kate has developed herself as a rider and horsewoman over the last eight years. Kate plays a crucial role in the day-to-day operations at Belle Wood. Kate currently shows the adult amateur hunters with her horse Parkwood Affair. Outside of Belle Wood, Kate has also shown with the Ontario Tech University OCEA team and co-chaired the 2019 Central East Trillium Banquet committee. Kate graduated from Durham College's Entrepreneurship and Small Business program in 2020 and completed her Equine Canada Level 6 in 2018. 


Kate Briggs
Assistant Manager