~ 2007 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair ~
Ginny Johnson and Wintar Sport Horse Services was a contributing factor in helping qualify my 3 year old Canadian Sport Horse gelding (by Santar out of Tuffella) for the Lt. Governor's Cup Class at the 2007 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair.
Their quality of care and patience when dealing with young horses is always evident and because of this, my 3 year old is now ready to start his show career as a hunter on the A Circuit.
Thank you so much Ginny & Sue Johnson.
Kristine Kubota & San Diego - Oakville, Ontario
So while I am the proud "Mom", I owe many thanks to a special person who has helped make this dream come true, Ginny Johnson at Wintar Sport Horse Services, who has worked miracles with Raffi on the line and has taught him the ways of the show ring. I am grateful to have such a wonderful horse but I am even more grateful for everyone who has helped in their own way in helping me achieve my dream of having a horse in this Prestigious and highly coveted Class!!
Rosanna Leeman - Baden, Ontario
"Half Moon Romance" was Grand Champion Thoroughbred stallion, Reserve Champion Canadian Sport Horse stallion and he was the recipient of the Jockey Club Challenge trophy!
A BIG thank-you goes out to Ginny Johnson of Wintar Sport Horse Services, for showing Romeo for us! You guys have done us proud!
Thank you to Sue Johnson as well, and the many helpers that worked tirelessly to get the big fella ready.
What a successful 2006 Royal Winter Fair we had!
Stephanie Cook - SC Sport Horses
~ Santa Rosa ~
We gladly recommended Ginny to anyone looking to have a re-train horse or most of all a youngster started right.
Trish Borsellino -York, Ontario
~ In Disguise ~
In December 2002 I sent my then 18 month old filly, "In Disguise" aka Fudge, to Ginny Johnson of Wintar Sport Horses Services for training. At the time the filly had been mostly a pasture horse, but had had regular farrier care and some leading. I entrusted Fudge to Ginny from December 2002 until June 2004 when she was 3 years old.
When Fudge came home she was a very sane, sensible, well-mannered filly. She had been backed and was ready to be ridden. She was accepting of a saddle, bridle and draw reins. She accepted a rider immediately and within a very short time was able to be ridden without assistance. She is very accepting of all situations and places and people.
I wish to compliment Ginny on doing such an excellent job with Fudge and getting her ready to go to the next level.
Ginny was chosen to start Fudge because, as we had purchased a young horse from her a few years earlier who had obviously been well started and well handled.
I would readily recommend Ginny to start a young horse at any time.
Starr M. White
Angelstone Farms Inc.