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


Tom Jones demonstrates the ease of riding WIW Color By Choice without the aid of a bit. Those are reins simply clipped to her stable halter. We will use nothing more severe than a full cheek snaffle on any of our horses.

Diane Jones is riding CC with loose rein and no bit. Both this photo and the one directly above were taken on April 17, 2005.

CC on August 28, 2004

C.C. at 15 Months with Idyll trying to steal the scene

C.C. at 15 Months

C.C. at 15 Months
Pictures at below from The Great Geauga County Fair, September 2, 2002, age 4 3/4 months

Ta daah!

(The trumpets sound and everybody hushes to listen to the announcement!) She has arrived at our farm. She was not due until April 23, but she made her grand entry on Wednesday, April 10, 2002, at 9:30 PM. She is the very first offspring of our own WIW WINDYS CHOICE, our Pinto-Arabian high trotting junior stallion, and SUPREME TSAMAZ, our touted treasure. Blessed with 50-50 chestnut and white coloring, she is a fabulous girl with a smashing dish and an elegant neck. Nice little backside, too! Besides pretty, she is a tough little scrapper who likes to throw out an occasional non-threatening kick at other horses to let them know how clever she is! The whites of her eyes show, her tail arches over her back, and she prances: "Look at me! Look at  how important and clever I am!"

She is  registered Pinto and is eligible for APAR, ISHR, and Quarab Registries with 75% Arabian blood, 29% Crabbet-Blunt breeding, with 4 crosses to *Bask, one cross to recently departed Arabian legend Ivanhoe Tsultan, one cross to Woodwind V, and multiple crosses to the legendary Halali mares, Halali Wind Kite and Halali Enchanted.

The pictures at lower-right show CC in her very first showring appearance-- at the Great Geauga County Fair (NE Ohio) Western Horse Show on Labor Day, September 2, 2002.  She and her buddy, WIW DIXIE MELODY (the darker pinto filly in the pictures) faced tremendous competition, for example, the magnificent spotted Saddlebred mare in the background. Nevertheless, they were both honest and willing and made a lasting impression on lots of young fairgoers who expressed their desire to own a beautiful Arabian pinto baby. CC took  it all in stride and arrived home to roll in our own mud without the least fanfair! Ahh, Sweet Youth!

The most recent pictures, to the right, show CC under saddle with both Tom and Diane on April 17, 2005. Our little girl is quite the sedate, grown-up lady, sensible and trusting about everything. Note the tippy ears, and, in the lower picture, one turned back toward the rider for a cue. Note also the loose rein snapped into the halter--No bit whatever on this youngster, and yet she is responsive. She is a true treasure.

To make WIW COLOR BY CHOICE part of your program please check our sales page by clicking this link.

For more InformationMailboxwiwfarm@hotmail.com

Early baby pictures below

Map to our farm

At Windt im Wald Farm we are preservationist Arabian horse breeders. specializing in Crabbet/CMK bloodlines. We also provide Arabian horse training and riding lessons.

Check our Arabian horse sales page for both Purebred and Half-Arabian Horses.