Equine Affaire, Ohio – April 2006

This event was a milestone for Cobalt! It was not only his first “big event”, but also his first event under saddle! Of course Slainte and Chew Mill Guinness were also there! Each horse participated in at least 2 demos over the course of four days, with Slainte participating in 5!

Group trail Ride

A very rare 60 degree day in January gave us the perfect oportunity to hit the trails! This was not only Cobalt’s first trail with a group of horses, but his first “stream crossing”! Molly and Boromir also got to stretch their legs a bit on their first trail of the new year. Cobalt gets

Equine Affaire, Kentucky September 2005

Slainte, Chew Mill Guinness and Wildcreek Farm’s Cobalt all perticipated in Equine Affaire’s first Kentucky event. The southern hospitality was warm and inviting! We met so many new and potential Gypsy and Drum Horse enthusiasts. We enjoyed the trip, and hope to make it back there next year! “Slainte” and “Cobalt” were both representing the

Equine Affaire, Massachusetts November 2003

We enjoyed Equine Affaire in Ohio so much that we made the long haul to Equine Affaire in Massachusetts of that same year! This probably marked Equine Affaire’s largest single breed turn-out in history! There were two full rows of Gypsy and Drum Horses. Also a first, The Drum Horse and The Gypsy Horse had

GVHS Ohio State Fair Show, August 13, 2005

Aproximatly 40 Gypsy Vanners turned out for this competition! And tough competition there was! It was a great experience and a first for most exhibitors. We look forward to next year’s event! Results: Slainte – Vanner Stallions 3 and over in hand- 1st (Out of 7) Grand Champion Vanner – 1st (Out of 6) Supreme

Equine Affaire, OHIO March 2003

Equine Affaire in March of 2003 marked our first Equine Affaire event, and a first for the Drum Horse! It was only fitting that the Country’s first imported Drum Horse would participate, Chew Mill Guinness. There was a fantastic turn-out of Gypsy Horses as well. It was at Equine Affaire that we saw in person
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