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

Pinto Arabian Horses

Our Dixie-Chicks under their favorite tree

Pinto horses have become wildly popular within the last several years. To capture the bold tobiano and overo color patterns of the spotted horse while retaining the refined looks and incredible endurance of the Arabian horse seems like a winning combination.

It is our hope to produce a few spotted horses that can be registered as Half-Arabian through the International Arabian Horse Association and Pinto through the Pinto Horse of America Registry. There has come to be such a demand for Pinto horses with strong Arabian heritage that several new registries, the American Pinto Arabian Registry, the International Spotted Horse Registry, and the Pintabian Registry, have been formed to encourage the breeding of horses of color with strong Arabian heritage.

We hope that you will agree that the Pinto/Arabian combination is an endearing combination that fosters incredible admiration for both breeds.

Also checkout  Introduction to the Arabian Sport Horse by Elizabeth Salmon

about The Horse

Results of An Important Survey of Arabian Horse Owners Completed Summer, 2003

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WIW Legacy Of Choice made her appearance at 2:30 AM Saturday, August 26, 2006. Here she is 11 months later.



Remember that  picture above of both WIW Color By Choice and WIW Dixie Melody under their favorite tree?

My, how time flies. The favorite tree, infested by insects and quite rotten inside, was cut down in summer 2004, and CC appears at left, now a trusty young horse under saddle and doing well. She is wearing NO bit. The only hardware are two snaps attaching the cord reins to her stable halter. She has one ear cocked in Diane's direction, waiting for cues. She has turned out to be everything we could have prayed for as the very first offspring of WIW Windys Choice (pictured directly below) and our beloved Supreme Tsamaz. She is 75% Arabian blood, a granddaughter of Nationals Champion, Woodwind V, but traces also to Foundation Quarter Horse, Poco Bueno and to Mr. Tailwind through her paternal great-grandsire, the black and white Pinto/Paint champion, Windell, in Georgia.


WIW Windys Choice

Pictured with new owner, Sara Nank, in Rock Creek, Ohio, on December 29, 2006...





WIW Dixie Melody

Check out Dixie's latest photos under saddle on April 15, 2005 by clicking on her link!




WIW Rythm Queen

Pictured at 3 years on a 4 hour trail ride
in the Cleveland Metro- parks



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.

Arabian Magazines and Books from the late 1970s-1979 FOR SALE

Arabian Magazines and Books from the late 1980s-Present FOR SALE