We take great care to have excellent, well trained, well cared for horses. Our horses are the foundation of our business, and as such are very important. We make sure to give them plenty of good quality feed, proper hoof, teeth and vet care, as well as love! We have very good quality tack because we want both our guests and our horses to be comfortable. Meet some of our horses:
Slingshot just wants to be your friend! He is originally from a working ranch in Kansas, along with his buddy Linus.
Linus got his name because he is a line back overo dun. Although it is harder to tell now that he has turned gray, he is a registered American Paint Horse!
Emmett is a beautiful gray with a very sweet disposition: patient, kind and loves attention.
Pinball is a black and white draft cross who has black spots that look like pinballs!
Buffalo Gal came to us from Old Tucson Studios where she worked as a movie extra. We call her our movie star!
Rooster is named for Rooster Cogburn because he looks like John Wayne’s horse in True Grit!
Strawberry Shortcake is our pony here at the ranch. She loves the kids!
Smokey loves his belly scratched! He is a registered American Quarter Horse.
Lightning gets his name from being scared of Lightning when he was just a baby. He is a registered American Paint Horse.
Shadow casts a big shadow. He is one of our largest horses- a Percheron Quarter Horse cross.
Lips gets his name from being able to open gate latches from time to time! He is a sure-footed mountain horse.
Casey is a bay and white paint who gets his share at every meal! He has lived in the Gila National Forest his whole life.
Buck is named for his beautiful golden buckskin color. He is one of our friendliest horses and he has been with us for a long time.
Johnnie is a Clydesdale Quarter Horse cross. You will fall in love with his big face and beautiful thick mane.
Casper “the friendly ghost” is what we like to call a “ghost paint” with gray and white spots you can only see when he is wet!
Jasper is a red dun. He is a good ol’ Montana cowboy horse.
Blue is named for his blue roan color- his unique flecks and spots are all natural! He is a registered American Quarter Horse.