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My daughter suggested ‘Zamboni the Zebra Pony’ because it “sounded” right. She’s always been an animal lover. We hope to attend the Brooklin Harvest Festival. Heartland sounds like an awesome place. Congratulations.
earlier i reccomended Zoco. this was beacause since he’s half zebra, the zed goes with it.and the colour of his coat is like cocoa, why not name him Zoco!
My daughter, Kendyl and I dropped by last week to see the zony, he is beautiful. When she saw him she thought of the name Zibo.
Hi! My daughter and I dropped by your farm last week. The zony is beautiful!! My daughter, Kendyl, is 8 years old and she came up with the name of Zimbo.
My message from yesterday did not appear when we checked today so wee tried again with a new name as we noticed Zebo had been submitted.
All the best with your farm.
I think that the zony should be named Zippa for a girl or Zippo for a boy.
I think the zony looks like the name should be Zephie.
I thought that the zony should be named Dingo,Zig Zag or Zinc.
Who got 1st, 2nd and 3rd place? I was at the harvest festival and I entered so I would really like to know!
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Caitlin Murray did an awesome job at our last show. She looked just great on Monaco, and took Reserve Champion! Congratulations Caitlin!!
My daughter is almsot 4 1/2, what age does she have to be to partake in the PA day Camp?
Thank you for your enquiry. We would be happy to have your daughter at camp! Please register as soon as possible as spaces fill up quickly!!
Thank you for contacting HeartlandEquestrian.ca. We look forward to meeting you and your daughter.
Have a Happy Heartland Day!
We would like to come out and enjoy this event with you, it will be me and my husband and kids (Salem is a 5yr old girl and our son Carson is 9 months so he’s just coming along because we can’t leave him at home. LOL
Looking forward to this! See you guys on Sunday
Hi Deb. & the gang,
Looking forward to tomorrow We’re coming with our Cassie and a number of employees said they’ll be there with the kids as well.
I just wanted to confirm that there will be a bunch of us coming tomorrow. Three adults (Catherine, me, and Donna) and the two boys. Looks like lots of fun!
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Dear Debbie, we are so sorry to hear of Eddie’s passing. Our hearts are very heavy from this news. I know you are trying to be strong for your Heartland Family but I also know that Eddie was your favourite four legged friend. Mom’s are not suppose to have favourites but at times we can’t help ourselves! It was his personality that made him so special and endeared all of us to him. Thank you for leaving us with the thoughts of Eddie and Claudia galloping together on the hack of their lives. That makes my heart smile!
Love your friends always,
Katie and Cindy
I too, loved Eddie and I can’t forget how he would nod his head “yes” when I asked him if he wanted to share my apple. My Mom has a video of Eddie begging for my apple by nodding his head. I will miss Eddie every time I come to feed the horses and his nodding whenever I asked him a question (with food in my hand). I hope you are running around in the green pastures and eating all the apples from the apple trees.
I’m so sorry Debbie to hear about Eddie. I rode him many times at Highpoint and fell in love with him at first sight. I am heart broken. Looking through the photos of him and I at shows and the barn, takes me back to such wonderful memories that I will cherish for eternity.
I came by Heartland in November 2012, finding out from a friend that he was there. We came up the driveway and my heart started pounding with excitement. Getting out of the car we see a man heading into the bar. We ask if there was a horse named Eddie here. When he said yes I got so excited that I almost cried then and there. Going through the barn with the man introducing us to the horses in their stalls, he said Eddie might be in the arena. So, we head over and there he was with his head down relaxed after a nice ride. I wasn’t sure it was him until I said his name out load. His head popped up and those wonderful ears gave my the most wonderful feeling, letting me know it was definitely him and I started to cry. I’m glad a saw him when I did and took my last ride.
We will never forget you Eddie, you will always be loved and never forgotten.
P.S The gentleman that was so kind to show us around, I can’t remember his name, but he took some photos of Eddie and I that day. I don’t know if they were posted here. But, was wondering if he still had them, can you send them to me if he does? Thank you!
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