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Trailmasters Luna and Fleury carry the responsibility for keeping our guests happy and safe in the backcountry. They deserve the trail master designation since they have more than mastered the backcountry and are level headed, competent, experienced horses who will take care of their riders. Luna delivers a calm, steady approach to the wilderness, and Fleury a faster, more agile experience gained from his years as a Competitive Trail horse in Alberta.

Windy Coulee Fox Fleury AKA Beaver – was the TRAC novice champion competitive trail (CTR) horse in 2005, he has covered more backcountry miles than your average horse, even scaling 1,000 foot scree slopes, breezing along the continental divide, peaking Mount Lineham in Waterton and quite successfully competing intermediate level CTRs. All this after spending time on the hunter jumper course and in the dressage ring.

photo: Emma Devos


Windy Coulee Dawn Luna – Luna is as secure a backcountry horse as he is handsome. If there is a photo to be taken, Luna is posing by the falls, on the ridge, next to the cliff, while taking a break to enjoy the view. His calm and kind temperament makes him an exceptional partner on the trail, but also while traveling down the streets of Calgary during the Stampede Parade. Luna is as comfortable dealing with baby strollers and balloons as he is bears, mountain bikes and creeks. He continues to love his job doing his part to create memorable experiences in the backcountry for our WWOOF volunteers while also helping role model for the young horses as they start out.

photo: Heidi Eijgel

Lucia Chantecler - Heidi’s 3/4 Canadian sport pony, bred in Bromont, Quebec. This youngster has a special bond, is trusting, bold, confident and extremely fun to ride. She has competed in the young horse division of the Canadian Cowboy Challenge as preparation for driving. Lucia is also training for driving, having been the end result of a herd development plan to create top notch driving horses. Lucia is just that, eager and willing to try anything, especially if it involves being attached to shafts whilst pulling a cart!




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