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Learning to Drive at Winsong Farm

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.

By: Fun and Games with Winnie

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Meet Elysia Rotaru of Dead Again in Tombstone

Elysia Rotaru recently appeared in Dead Again in Tombstone, a Western film shot in the Calgary area. She has also been in Supernatural, Arrow and much more.

By: Star Crossed Horses

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That Little Devil!

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).

By: Fun and Games with Winnie

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Driving Lessons for Dora and Pax

Winsong Farm’s Dora, the pony, and Pax, the Canadian, are learning to pull a cart and a Country Gig. Watch the videos here and see how they do.

By: Fun and Games with Winnie

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More Fun with Noel

Noel came to the house for her second visit recently. This time, a bean bag was added for her to sit on and some nifty shoes and slippers for her to model.

By: Fun and Games with Winnie

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Amber Marshall Takes on the Role of Mom

Amber Marshall talks about the changes her character, Amy Fleming, has gone through over 11 seasons on the hit CBC television series, Heartland.

By: Star Crossed Horses

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Noel’s Indoor Piano Recital

This was Noel's second look at the horse piano. She figured out on Sunday how to make the note farthest to the left, "C", create a sound.

By: Fun and Games with Winnie

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Tracking Horses in the Snow

The sweeties had spent a considerable amount of time between the front paddock (facing the 15th Sideroad) and the roundpen connected to the barn.

By: Fun and Games with Winnie

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Harry & Snowman Director/Producer Ron Davis

Star Crossed Horses chats with Harry & Snowman director and producer Ron Davis. Check out the movie about the famous show jumper on Netflix.

By: Star Crossed Horses

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Of Einstein And Horses

Albert Einstein was probably referring to people in these three quotations. However, they also be applied when working with horses.

By: Fun and Games with Winnie