About us Jim and Tammy have been developing Wild Wind Farm since 1994. They are passionate about creating a happy, harmonious and healthy place for both horses and humans. Because of this, they enjoy sharing their farm for selected events and groups.
Happy – We offer a positive training atmosphere where partner trainers and clinicians focus on listening to the horse and working within the horse and owners abilities as they develop together.
Harmonious – Large turnouts with adjoining pastures create an opportunity for horses to be horses, outside in a herd environment as they were intended. Riding areas are large, open and safe providing a variety of cross training inspiration.
Healthy – A healthy horse is a happy, safe and willing partner. We encourage proactive routine care using Osteopathy, bodywork, and wholefood feed and supplements, in harmony with traditional veterinary care as needed.
The owners Tammy’s career of sales, estimating, and project management in the contract manufacturing field transitioned toward her true passion after her mare sustained an injury. Being a lifelong learner and striver for excellence, Tammy realized the power of various bodywork methods in rebuilding a horse to health, in conjunction with developing relaxation, rhythm and balance under a correctly fitting saddle for long term soundness. Being a partner with the horse, she understands her fitness effects how her horse performs, and regularly works with a personal trainer to improve strength, core and balance. Tammy has competition experience in Dressage, Eventing, Polocrosse, pleasure and AQHA events. Jim is retired from a successful career in law enforcement and enjoys visiting with friends and the never ending projects on the farm. He is generally seen on a mower or doing maintenance between projects in his workshop. Through the journey of raising two dynamic equestrian daughters, the family has experience in many disciplines, sprouted from opportunities of The United States Pony Club and local 4-H. Jim and Tammy continue to support their girls by attending 3-Day Eventing and Barrel Races to cheer them on.