Windsor Safari Park
Windosr Safari Park was open between 1969 and 1992. It was hope to a popular dolphinarium, "Seaworld" which was home to, dolphins, sea lions and a killer whale(s).
Ramu (Winston as he is know known) was kept at WSP from 1970 to 1976 before being sent to Seaworld San Diego when he got too big for his tank. He was renamed Winston in order to remove confusion with one of Seaworld's other orcas, who was also named Ramu. Ramu was traded with two female orcas named Winnie (as mentioned above) and Hoi Wai.
Hoi Wai was kept at WSP from October 1977 to August 1978 before being moved to Clacton Pier because of an argument (if anyone knows anything about this argument please leave us a comment!). She later returned to WSP in January 1980 because of storm damage to the pier and remained until Spring 1980. She was sold to Ocean Park in Hong Kong due to overcrowding at WSP and was owned by Seaworld USA. Her stay at WSP was classed as "in transit", presumably between the USA and Hong Kong.