Vinoy Farm is above all a family affair. Horses have always been present in our family life. Now the fifth generation is enjoying the ancestral land where the original house and stable still stand 100 years later. The farm is bustling with activities and there is always someone on site whether it is for the horses, the maintenance of our orchard, the cutting of hay or simply to meet up with the family.
My first encounter with a Friesian horse was with a young filly named Odyssée de la Chevalerie where I was boarding. She would later join our breeding farm a few years later. In 2006, we decided to buy a filly and mare in foal. It didn’t take a long before we discovered the wonderful personality and the beauty of this breed. A passion was born!
Camille Leblanc: Agronomist and graduate in plant science, she was raised around animals on the farm of her grandparents. She discovered her passion of horses later at 17 years old with her Haflinger Astro by starting in jumping.
Since the purchase of Odyssée de la Chevalerie, she has learned dressage and intends to continue in this discipline with her Friesian horses in order to make known the sporting talents of the breed.