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Boarding, Care and Shows

    We only offer full board to our clients to ensure them the best possible care and attention. Our feeding program is based on top quality Seminole grains and Canadian timothy/alfalfa hay. Supplements are fed when provided by owners and we request the use of SmartPak. Daily turnout in one of our beautiful paddocks or pastures. Horses can be turned out with or without buddies. Horses are turned out during the day in the winter and in the evening during summer months.

Additional Horse Care Services:
    To ensure outstanding care for your horses, the owner/manger is present with the Vet, Farrier, and Chiropractor during their regularly scheduled visits. Fees are additional and based on the what the professional charges.


Nicole Imbriglio

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Nikki Hamilton
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Christine Bednarick

Christine Bednarick is a PTC mother of two and has been married for 24 years to a very understanding and supportive husband.  Christine grew up in the Maryland horse country, competing on the circuit, beginning at age 5, with a number of challenging ponies and horses.  In her teen years, Christine was involved in the area's first recreational and therapeutic riding center, helping to provide equine assisted activities and equine assisted therapy (HPOT) to children and adults with a variety of physical, cognitive, and psychological disabilities.  After taking a brief break from horses to graduate from Vanderbilt University Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Elementary Education and a minor in Educational Psychology, she got back into the horse world whole heartedly.  She created a successful lesson program, hosting shows and summer camps, for 9 years.  Christine's extensive experience riding, training and caring for horses complements her formal training in education as she develops children, adults, and equines into well-rounded, confident equestrians.  American Riding Instructors Association member. 

For more information on Lessons with our great staff, click "Lessons and Camps" tab of our website.





Show Schedule: 

Windy Oaks Farm provides a competitive show schedule for intermediate and advanced riders. We compete in a mix of schooling shows,  local shows and A rated shows.

 2018 Tentative Show Schedule:

May 12-13 SHJG at Chatt Hills
June 9-10 H&G Qtrs. in Auburn, AL
June 29-July1 Cheryl&Co. @ Wills Park
July 17-29 Vermont
Aug. 18-19 WOF Back to School!
Sept. 8-9 Paradise Found, Sharpsburg
Oct. 12-14 SHJG Finals, Chatt Hills


IEA Team Show Schedule:

IEA, Interscholastic Equestrian Association, allows middle and high school students to compete against each other in college team format.

Note: schedules are subject to change
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