The Windsor Horse Show is not only killing the equestrians, but it’s killing the horses that make up its audience.
The show’s recent performance, dubbed The Windjammer, was a complete failure, with no one being able to perform their part of the show.
The event’s promoters have been called out for their inability to perform at a level that the audience would expect.
There’s been an outcry for better horsemanship, better horse health, better safety measures, better food options, and the ability for people to actually walk the horses.
And while the Windsor Horse Shows’ performances have improved over the years, the show still remains a disaster.
According to the Windsor Animal Control, the Windjamming performance was the worst in its history, since it was cancelled in 2004.
The organization has seen over 3,000 animals being euthanized at the show, and more than 4,000 horses have been euthanased during the past two years.
The Windsor Animal Shelter says the Windsor show has lost over 300 horses to its care in the past 15 years.
When the show started in 2003, horses were housed in small barns with very little space.
The animals were fed a limited diet and had to walk very slowly for hours at a time.
This allowed the horses to develop severe health problems.
It was during the show’s peak years, during the 2000s, that the horses were allowed to roam freely.
During the show season, horses would roam freely and roam up and down the streets of Windsor, and in the summer, they would even roam the streets and park themselves in Windsor’s downtown.
According the Windsor Humane Society, horses are in dire need of better care and protection, and their needs are not being met.
They were bred for a very short period of time, and they’ve been bred to walk with a very limited mobility.
“We’ve had the same problem with people who are trying to take horses and sell them to people who need them.
It’s a very difficult time,” said Emma Lomeli, director of operations for the Windsor horse shelter.
“They’re not in good shape, they’re very, very sick, they’ve lost the tails, they have very low birth weight, and it’s very difficult to care for them when they’re not on their own.”
It’s estimated that the Windsor Show has lost more than 300 horses since 2003.
While the show has become a breeding ground for the sick, the animals have also been killed at the shows.
In 2008, the Windsor Zoo was hit by a fire that killed more than a hundred horses, and two years later, another fire killed hundreds more.
In 2011, the Humane Society reported that a horse that was used to perform the show was set on fire while it was being transported to the show grounds.
The Windsor Show is still not getting any money from the government, and despite the fact that it is an annual event, the government continues to fund the event.
In 2009, the Ontario Ministry of Tourism and Sport (OMS) gave $5 million for the show to the Ministry of the Environment, and $2.4 million for its operations.
However, the Ministry has only spent $3 million.
In 2017, the OMS asked for an increase in funding from the Ontario government, but has not received any money.
The government has not been able to increase the amount of money it will spend on the Windsor horses, even though the horses are living conditions are improving.
Last year, the city of Windsor announced that it would be buying out the Windsor City Council for $5.25 million.
That means that the city will have the funds to keep the horses in their barns.
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