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Windt im Wald
A Wind in the Woods
Geauga County, Northeast Ohio
since 1995


MI Hallelujah was born in 1985. She was the daughter of a very famous, beautiful chestnut pinto stallion named Key Largo, who excited many people who loved to watch high stepping, beautiful saddle horses. Hallelujah grew up to be a beautiful liver chestnut/white 15.3-hand pinto champion. When we bought her, because we looked forward to her having a beautiful Arabian looking baby, we bred her to a stallion who also was a son of Key Largo. Halle brought us a lot of joy as she happily enjoyed her quiet life in a paddock under our blue, blue Geauga skies.

In the very early hours of May 17, 1999, as Hallelujah tried to deliver what we knew would be a special baby that we had planned to name Keys Hurrah, the delivery went terribly wrong. Despite the heroic efforts of Dr. Novak to save them, Hallelujah and Keys Hurrah went over the Rainbow Bridge and were soon at peace. We love them and remember them with fondness, especially as we wait for the gentle breezes of Spring to return.

Diane Jones
Windt im Wald Farm


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