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It was a record turnout at Dreamwinds Equine Assisted Learning Centre on Saturday, June 6th as an estimated 600 visitors came to celebrate all things horsey at the second annual Horse Day @ Dreamwinds event. As part of the Ontario Equestrian Federation’s seventh annual Horse Day celebrations...

In the footsteps of Terry Fox

The Bradford Terry Fox Run got a new mascot this year: Jimmy the Clydesdale, from Dreamwinds Equine Assisted Learning Centre. Jimmy is also a cancer survivor, and “spokes-horse” for equine cancers. He was running “for all the cancer survivors and fighters, past and present.”

Horse Day at Dreamwinds

Tracey Evans, owner of Dreamwinds Equine Assisted Learning Centre on the 10th Line of Bradford West Gwillimbury, has always believed that there is a special bond between Man and Horse; that people can learn valuable lessons of trust, compassion and leadership through interaction with their equine partners.

Annual Horse Day an introduction to industry, sport

Guests enjoyed a variety of activities between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the private location along Line 10 in Bradford West Gwillimbury, including educational sessions, riding demonstrations and one-on-one equine-assisted learning obstacle courses.

March Break Horsemanship Camp

Dreamwinds Equine Assisted Learning held 2 action packed fun filled days with all things horse for kids 8-13 over march break. Kids got to learn about: Horsemanship - care & safe handling of horses Leadership Development - learning to lead, work together, building communication skills with fun games with the horses Crafts - flex creative skills with a quality craft to keep.

An Exciting Year Ahead!

WOW! What a winter! We have been battling a seemingly never ending string of "extreme cold alerts" here at Dreamwinds, but that hasn't stopped us!

BBT Celebrates Business

Dreamwinds Honoured to be named Best New Business: The Bradford Board of Trade celebrated business excellence at a Gala evening, held at The Club at Bond Head, October 2. In a room decorated in white, black and teal, with fresh flowers and touches of “bling” at every table, members and guests enjoyed dinner, a Silent Auction, outstanding dance performances by the Simcoe Dance Academy and Bradford School of Dance, and the comedic talents of Faisal Butt, emcee.