Winsong had an interesting visitor the other day – a giant, neon lobster! He stopped by to greet the gang and make some new friends. Dora, seen below, was particularly interested in him. She even thought she’d like to take a taste.
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The horses at Winsong are learning a new game with Winnie - how to fetch a carrot tied to the end of a rope. Plus, how to respect invisible barriers.
The gang had some Halloween fun during their Fall Fundraiser, in support of the North Toronto Cat Rescue, at Winsong Farm.
The Fall Fundraiser October 21st on behalf of the North Toronto Cat Rescue was full of fun and excitement. Here are some scenes from the show.
We’ve been practicing for our fundraiser for the North Toronto Cat Rescue on October 21st. Some of our presentations are brand new. Come check them out!
In March, Zelador had surgery on the melanomas under his tail. Since then, we’ve noticed big changes in his attitude and approach to life.
Winnie's been working with the gang to teach them a new game with the big ball. See videos of Angel, Spring Song and Dora in action.
Watch the music video for Marie-Lynn Hammond’s new song, “My Four-Legged Angel” inspired by Wendy and Angel, and their special partnership.
Windsong Farm has a new “horse” on the property – an Equicizer. It’s a great training and conditioning tool, so go check it out in Schomberg, Ontario.
From mud covered white coats and lack of cooperation to indecent exposure, Winnie recalls the struggle to take perfect conformation photos.
On May 6th, Winsong Farm held their spring fundraiser. They raised over $1,850 for victims of last year’s hurricane Irma.
Here’s the video from Saturday’s intermission performance at a House Concert. Noel plays the horse-piano. Thanks to the crew who helped run the show.
Yesterday at 10:00 Bill and I were at Michele Mele’s figuring out the logistics for a miniature horse’s appearance in a House Concert Saturday April 21.
Here are videos of Dora and Pax driving and a video of Angel learning the first steps towards driving. Another blustery, windy, noisy-nature day.
I was in the lower barn doing night feed, water top up and mucking out. I let Dora out of her stall because she was not pounding on her gate (a miracle).