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Janice Ecclestone

Janice Ecclestone has been in the horse business for over 40 years bringing valuable experience in care and handling to our equestrian facility. She shows as an Amateur with the American Quarter Horse Association (Kcees Jedi Knight is her horse) and is recognized as a serious competitor with quality show horses but also enjoys weekly trailriding and ranch sorting.  Janice worked as an Administrative Assistant at Trent University (Office of the President, Departments of Geography and Anthropology, Peter Robinson College Office and Peter Gzowski College Office) over a span of 27 years, retiring in 2011 to spend more time running Inukshuk Farm and enjoying her passion for horses.   In 2015 Cottage Country Connection magazine asked her to to their exclusive equine contributor and as such now enjoys writing editorials 3-4 times per year.  The Rider, an Ontario publication has also printed some of her articles.  Below are the links that you can copy and paste into your browser.  All her stories are about actual Inukshuk Farm horses, people and events.

Natures Healing Tool:  Raw Honey - May/June 2016

http://archive.connectionnewspaper.com/CottageCountry_May2016_online/CottageCountry_May2016_web.html#p=40

Ask Me About my Horse.  Have you got all day? - July/August 2016

http://archive.connectionnewspaper.com/CottageCountry_July2016web/CottageCountry_July2016_web.html#p=50

Samara's Story - September/October 2016

http://archive.connectionnewspaper.com/CottageCountry_Sept2016_web/CottageCountry_Sept2016_web.html#p=40

Blue:  Bold, Brave and Blind - February/March 2017

http://magazine.cottagecountryconnection.com/CottageCountry_FebMar2017_web/CottageCountry_FebMar2017_web.html#p=26

 

Miles Ecclestone

Miles Ecclestone only rides occasionally but enjoys spending time on the farm cutting trails through the woods, building bridges over the stream and performing the ever constant maintenance jobs! He is an avid golfer in summer and curler in winter. Miles has worked at Trent University for 38 years as the Senior Geography Technician and continues to conduct field research in the Canadian Arctic. He has led dozens of students in Arctic field research some of whom now have Ph.D.’s and careers researching in the polar regions. He has co-authored many articles and publications.

 

  

Miles on Axel Heiberg Island in Nunavut (summer).

 


Miles on Axel Heiberg island in Nunavut (spring).

 

Their Children and Grandchildren

They have two adult daughters, Pamela Doolin, Texas, USA and Erin Campbell-King, Havelock, ON and seven grandchildren.

Pamela Doolin lives in Tomball, Texas and as is proud mom of two children, Zoie and Jesse.  Zoie competes in ranch horse events and especially loves cutting while Jesse is studying at University of Texas at Tyler, completing his Masters degree in Psychology.

Pamela doing some cutting ... at Mark Mills Cutting Horse Ranch, Texas.  Although accomplished Hunter Under Saddle rider, she is now enjoying the ranch horse scene!

Zoie Doolin competing on Eskimo Sugar owned by Mark Mills Cutting Horse Ranch. Zoie goes to school and enjoys working for Mark as a ranch hand and competing in High School Rodeo events.

Jesse Doolin enjoys working at University of Tyler at Texas as a lab assistant to his Psychology professor as he completes his Masters degree. 

 

Below:  Erin Campbell-King is a teacher in Havelock, Ontario married to Scott King and they live in Havelock, Ontario with their five children. (L-R:  Erin, Colton, Braydon, Chloe, Cameron, Jayda, Scott).  They also enjoy owning and caring for their horses!