Windreach Farm

Posted in Marketplace Equine Services, Marketplace Miscellaneous

A centre for inclusion and achievement for people with all abilities. 

Windreach Farm Spring Into SpringSwing Into Spring

Address: 312 Townline Rd., Ashburn Rd., ON L0B 1A0 

Phone: 905-655-5827



Saturday, April 27 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

$25 per vehicle

  • Sheep shearing!
  • Accessible wagon rides, chicks and lambs, petting zoo, interactive wool demos, crafts, and more!
  • Take your picture with a WindReach Farm animal for $5 from 10:30 am - 12

Upcoming Events:

Tuesday, June 18th Founder's Day - featuring SuperDogs 3 Shows
Call for tickets

Saturday, September 21st A Night at WindReach Farm With The Dan Clancy Band
Call for tickets

Saturday, October 19th Halloween Spooktacular 5-9 pm

Saturday, December 7th Holly Jolly Jubilee l0am-3 pm

Windreach Founder's DayWindReach Farm Celebrates Founder’s Day

Featuring the SuperDogs!
Fast-paced, interactive, heart-warming and hilarious.
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Day show times – 10:00 am and 12:30 pm
Arrive early to enjoy the Farm and ensure seating and parking. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to see the SuperDogs perform and visit with the dogs after the show for a “scratch and pat” session.

Tickets – includes access to one show only.
$15.00 per participant/student • $10.00 per support worker/teacher/parent For schools and other group bookings, call 905-655-5827 x239 or
Groups will be provided onsite volunteer assistance as required.

Evening show time – 7:00 pm
In addition to the SuperDogs, the evening show will feature a demonstration of the Mounted Games, an equestrian event like no other!

Tickets $25.00/adult $15.00/child (under 17, 2 and younger no charge)
Family rate $60.00 (2 adults/2 children)
To purchase individual tickets to the evening show visit:
For Corporate bookings and sponsorship contact: / 905-655-5827 x231 Parking is included in the ticket price. A variety of healthy food & refreshments will be available for purchase on site.

What Our Clients Think

  • Horses are more secure and comfortable when trailering if they can face the rear, but they prefer openings.
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