Windt im Wald Farm
Geauga County, Northeast Ohio since 1995
Windt im Wald Farm Makes its Third Appearance at Demo Days
at Tractor Supply Company in Chardon! April 9, 2005
Allyson Gutowski, age 7, from
Chardon, Ohio, is a natural! Look at her relaxed body! Perfect job,
Tractor Supply Company's Frank
finally got to ride a wild and crazy Arabian horse! Your feet
were perfect, you were loose and relaxed, and Tsammie's perked
ears tell us that she loved you, too.
Taylor Coss, age 9, of Mentor
demonstrates a nice straight back and perfect position of her hands!
Another born natural!
Tricia McCullogh demonstrates
that she has ridden before. Look at the beautiful straight back
and the good positioning of the reins!
Carlie Reigard smiles her appreciation.
Chassidy Brown of Newbury knew
quite a lot about horses.
Seven-year-old Emma West of Chardon
took her ride very seriously. Good work, Emma!
Ashley Shahan, 10, of Mantua smiles
for the camera.
Emilie Miller told us that she
once owned a Morgan horse. Can you tell how happy she is?
Scott Ervin did a great job of
mounting up. You did everything quite well, Scott.
This little guy wanted no part
of a free pony ride, but he did give Tsammie a pet.
Alyia Humphreys, age 3, of Mentor, makes a pretty picture while
her dad looks on.
Danielle Grady sits nice and straight!
Danielle Grady, age 6 1/2, of
Rome poses with Supreme Tsamaz.
Tom Jones of Windt im Wald Farm
takes Tsammie for a stroll in the busy parking lot of Tractor Supply
In spite of snow,
wind, ice, and power and telephone outages just the week before in all of
northeast Ohio, TSC's Demo Day on April 9, 2005, was blessed with mild,
sunny weather. Lots of folks stopped by to say hello. Many of you enjoyed
copies of The Country Critter Journal from northeast Ohio and The Horse
Country Directory from western Pennsylvania. Diane and Tom Jones provide
both papers with a breed story and a horse picture to color. If you
enjoyed the story and the coloring picture, let us know!
arrived at 11 AM curious families were already asking why we were there
and how long they might have to wait before they could enjoy a free "pony"
ride on an Arabian horse named Tsammie. Tsammie works without a bit or a
bridle and she has no fear of anything or anybody on any size wheels: lawnmower,
motorcycle, ATV, car, tractor, truck, trailer, bicycle. She has had tons
of experience, and she NEVER loses her cool. That is why we bring her at
the invitation of TSC's manager, Frank, and TSC "horse-loving"
employee, Kelly, to share with children and families. Many are pleasantly
surprised at how quiet and sensible she is!
We were pleased that
Tsammie enjoyed the company of humming alpacas, cute miniature goats, two
mighty Percheron draft mares, and all the mechanized four wheel toys from
inside TSC! It looked like a real farm in the parking lot of TSC!
Hope to see all of you in Chardon again really soon! Stop by to say
hello and get the tour of the parking lot aboard Supreme Tsamaz.