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36/ FEBRUARY 2012 THE RIDER The Carriage Driver Successful show season for young equestrian

Seven year old Kilby Brunner DeForest of Hillsburgh had a very busy 2011 horse show season. On January 21 the Tri County Carriage Association held their annual gener- al meeting and announced the year end awards. Kilby won the Junior Championship driving her pony Starlight, seen here at the Ontario Pony Breeders show in August 2011. Kilby also showed her Welsh pony, Beaverwoods Puffyn, to the Junior Championship at the Meta- mora Pleasure Driving Show, in Michigan and placed 6th in reins- manship and 4th in turnout at the Walnut Hill Pleasure Driving Show in New York. Kilby enjoys riding Puffyn in Hunter and Welsh shows as well. She was Champion in the short stirrup year end awards at the Teen Ranch show series. In addition to driving and hunter, Kilby also likes western events. She and Beaverwoods Hollyhock won the western division at the Pony Breed- ers show and earned a first in the 11 and under barrel race at the Erin Fall Fair. In November the show season concluded at the Royal Win- ter Fair. Kilby and Puffyn were second in the 12.2 and under Welsh Pleasure class and went back for the Championship class. They won the class against other juniors and adults for a great end to a busy show season. Kilby says that Visit

Central Ontario Pleasure Driving Association

President: Jeff Kohler 705-733-8161 VP/Newsletter: Gerry McCallum 905-936-5444 Secretary/OEF: Mary Gregoris Treasurer: Patricia Cooper (905) 880-2778, Promotions/Website: Jeff Kohler 705-733-8161 Directors at Large:

Eve Dexter (905) 854-0168, Mary Cork (705) 434-4848,

Tri-County Carriage Association

We’re all about enjoying carriages and driving in Ontario!

For information call Sue Nicolas at 519-848-6288 or email

President: Mary Cork (705) 434-4648, Secretary/ Show Secretary/ Volunteer Co-ordinator:

Treasurer & Membership: Frances Uhran (519) 928-5923,

Website: Jeff Kohler, (705) 733-8161, Directors at Large: Janis Promaine (519) 942-4318 Courtney MacGillivray (905) 877-8798 Allison Plumbtree (905) 955-1070

OCDA Mailing Address: Frances Uhran, 182161 - 20 Sideroad, Orton, ON L0N 1N0

Eastern Ontario Pleasure Driving Society

Box 955, 6120 Rideau Valley Drive, Manotick, ON K4M 1A8 Website:

Membership applications available on the website or from the Treasurer. President: Mary Mulligan 613-692-3296, Vice-President: Lynda Rivington 613-567-7347 Treasurer: Jennifer Rennie 613-831-2154 Secretary: Maney McNeil 613-347-2541

The Ontario Combined Driving Association Marion Hawley (519) 856-4605,

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Left: Kilby at Metamora Bottom Left: Photo by Shoot photography. Right: Kilby at The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. Photo by Lynn Cassels Coldwell

WINDREACH FARM expands Community Development Team with Ontario Trillium Foundation Grant!

WindReach Farm is off to an exciting New Year by wel- coming new team member Julie Rennie as Resource Development Manager. A strong advocate with a passion for making a difference for people in her community, Julie brings a diverse range of skills and experiences in communi- cations and public relations

strategies, event management, and nonprofit proposal devel- opment. Julie’s energy, enthu- siasm and extensive profes- sional experience with com- munity and corporate leaders will make her a fantastic addi- tion to the WindReach Farm team.

A two year grant Win- dReach received from the

Aaron Martin Harness Ltd. The Complete source for the harnessed horse

We manufacture harness for horses and pets offering top quality, handcrafted work, both ready made and made to measure.

• Harness for work, pulling, logging, show, pleasure driving, marathon, chuckwagons, etc. • Harness accessories and hardware • Wooden or steel hames

• Horse halters

• Collars of all kinds and harness pads • Bells of all kinds • Belts and accessories • Doubletrees and yokes

• Horse care products

• Grooming supplies and leather care products

Ontario Trillium Foundation provided the staff increase and contributes to a successful and vibrant future for the Resource Development Program. Win- dReach Farm receives no gov- ernment funding and works with the community to provide a range of core programs for individuals with intellectual, physical and mental health dis- abilities. The programs, delivered on the Farm’s beautiful 105 acre property are designed to create opportunities for wellness, self-esteem, leadership, enhanced skill develop- ment, positive values and physical wellbeing.

• Horse Blankets and water bowls • Pet collars and leashes, • Cow show halters

• Horse related books, calendars, gifts & more

Drop in to see us at our location or contact us by fax, phone or mail or e-mail. Catalogue and price list, more than 100 pgs is also available on our website and available to download. Direct delivery via UPS or Parcel Post. Pay by cheque, money order or visa/mastercard.

4445 Posey Line, RR #1, Wallenstein, ON N0B 2S0 1-800-367-0639 • (519) 698-2754 • Fax (519) 698-2420

Halton Equine Veterinary Services


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Phone: (905) 659-4387 Email:

WindReach Farm Board of Directors and staff are extremely grateful to be the recipient of the generous support of the Ontario Tril- lium Foundation. For more information about Win- dReach Farm please con- tact Karen Gordon, Execu- tive Director at 905.655.5827 X 228 or email karen.gordon@win-

Creekside Carriages

Repair and Manufacturer of Carriages, Buggies and Carts In stock: Various wooden double trees and neck yolks. White ash Wagon poles. Steam bend shaft pipes, Steam bend cutter runners, Steam bend sleigh runners. Plow handles. Much more. Wayne Kuepfer 7014 Perth Rd. 21, P.O. Box 173,

Millbank, ON N0K 1L0 (519) 595-8838, Fax: (519) 595-2608


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