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Windt im Wald Farm
Geauga County, Northeast Ohio
since 1995


We want to congratulate all the following people for their participation:  Last updateApril 26, 2013

Congratulations to the visitors

who attended the first annual Thompson Township FarmFest in Geauga County, Ohio, on April 24, 2004.

The weather cooperated with sunshine and mid-fifties temperatures. Several unsuspecting participants  dared to ride our 3/4 registered Arabian mare, Supreme Tsamaz. If you look at the pictures you can see that Tsammy is not wearing a bit, but a bosal with a pair of clip reins attached to the back of the jaw piece.

Visitors at Ledgemont High School and Township Square were surprised and pleased to have the opportunity to ride Tsammy and lead Purebred Arabian yearling filly, WIW Royal Windsong, without any assistance and often without any prior experience.

They all did a great job of showing how much fun a horsey- experience can be. For those who confided to us how much they have always wanted a horse of their own to love and to enjoy, we sincerely hope that their dream of horse-ownership will become a reality. 

We hope that we were able to demonstrate the quiet, sensible usability of the Purebred and Partbred Arabian Horse.


We hope to see you next year at Thompson's FarmFest !!

Congratulations to Thompson resident, Felicia Holbert, who already owns an Arabian horse! Look at her great form aboard our Supreme Tsamaz in the round pen behind Ledgemont High School during the Thompson FarmFest on Saturday, April 24, 2004.

Joey Bruno could not  turn down the opportunity to ride an Arabian horse. If you look closely, you will see his obvious pleasure with Supreme Tsamaz.
Five year old Collin Van Fawcett is shown here  being led  by Diane Jones. Minutes later Collin was riding Supreme Tsamaz  without  any assistance whatever!  Doesn't he look happy on this "wild and crazy" Arabian horse? An unidentified vendor at the Thompson, Ohio, FarmFest confided that she always has wanted to own a horse. Here she is obviously enjoying Supreme Tsamaz . We hope to know one day that she has realized her dream of owning a horse, and perhaps she will be fortunate enough to have a purebred or partbred Arab!
Supreme Tsamaz enjoys the attention on Thompson Square. Just look at this "wild and crazy" Arab! Here is another "wild and crazy" Arabian, the yearling purebred filly, WIW Royal Windsong. Alexsandra Bird (right) and a friend do not  look frightened at all. <

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