October 5, 2020 – The most exciting news is that we are going to re-open this week--the week of October 4--for a four-week session for those riders who need the least amount of support. This session will run through the 29th of October. If all goes well, we are anticipating offering a three-week session from the week of 11/1 through 11/21. We may or may not have a second 3-week session from 11/19 – 12/19. We will be in contact with families about possible participation in these lessons.
August 15, 2020 – Fall will be exciting for us as we are going to have a Winnie Film Fest that celebrates the healing powers of the horse. This will be so much fun for you and your family and your friends. Can’t wait to share the details!!! Coming soon.
July 1, 2020 – Talk about disappointment! All of us, horses, instructors, and volunteers, were all prepared for re-opening and seeing you again in mid-July, but no such luck. With all this COVID-19 floating around it just was not safe for you or us.
June 1, 2020 – How are all my buddies these days? Me and the herd are doing well and exercising regularly to be ready to ride with you. Karen, Sandy, and Makenna have been walking and cantering with us in the arena and around the farm. They’ve even set up poles and barrels for us to ride around and with a basketball net, poles, and a mailbox to refresh our memories on how you like to toss rings, throw balls, and deliver the mail!
May 1, 2020 – We loved seeing you all so so so much last weekend at the horse parade. It is wonderful to know everyone is doing okay and you miss us just as much as we miss you. We are holding it down at the barn, still getting fed and lunged regularly, and about to begin a new exercise routine to get ready to work with you again. Lazy days will soon disappear, and we are anxious to see all of your smiling faces!
April 1, 2020 – Lady J here! How are you all doing these days? Life around Cloud Dancers is a bit dull without you all. Me, Kirby, Snoopy and Birdie are a bit lonesome and Speck is anxious to meet you all. We’re being fed 3 times a day, just like always, by Karen and Sandy and our dedicated volunteer feeders. This is a task they do separately, so we are social distancing and staying healthy.