are some of the horses that SOLD just for reference.
all buyers of our horses and hope to hear how they are doing in their
new homes - please keep the e-mails coming!
sold *** Sheila
- 2004 Half Arabian gray mare
||12 year old gray mare (born
buckskin colored), sire AQHA (Watch Two Twelve), dam Arabian. Born and
raised at the ranch. She's been on the back burner for a long time, and
when we finally started riding her she's been cowboyed on quite a bit,
making her a bit anxious.
She's broke, knows how to
travel in rough country, been behind cows (and watches them), and has roped
a mechanical roping dummy. She has no buck, but she is very quick and would
not be suitable for a novice rider.
I am using her this summer
and I consider here a lot of fun to ride - don't let my honesty fool you,
this is a good horse! And very pretty to boot.
Watch (Tyrees Watch)
here for more pictures of Sheila
Asking $1000 ***sold***
sold *** Gus - 2008 APHA overo buckskin
for our neighbors ***
is a gelding neighbors/friends of ours have for sale. These people are
very (!) honest about their horses, please do not hesitate to give them
is a copy of their ad:
Gus is an 8-year old registered
Paint Horse gelding (see photos for his papers) with Ris Key Business in
his bloodlines. He’s a Buckskin Paint with two blue eyes. Very sensitive
and athletic. Super smooth gaits. About 15 hands, very friendly and easy
A friend who moved East sold
him to us this last winter but we are running a guest ranching business
and Gus is too much horse for the average rider. He’s got a lot of potential
as a ranch horse or in the arena. Well built and sound, no vices we know
of other than still being green. Needs an experienced rider who finishes
Asking $1000 obo. Situated
in Hulett, WY.
sold *** JR Vaquero Roan - 2005 AQHA
bay roan gelding
||Very good looking roan ranch
gelding, stands about 15 hand. Vaquero has been roped off, but I would
not consider him finished, nor would I call him a great roping prospect.
He is very well broke (neck reins, yields to leg pressure) and he is comfortable
in rough country (steep rocky hills, water crossings, timber down fall).
We bought him for our guest business where he turns out to be too fine
for most of our riders.
He is an in-your-pocket
personality and on the lower end of the pecking order.
Trail mount for an advanced
rider with light hands or ranch horse prospect.
Asking $3200 ***sold***
sold *** Pina Colada - 2009 bay mare
||Pina Colada is an all around
family horse. She'll go on trail rides or work cattle, kids can ride her
in the corral, she has a super comfortable rocking chair galopp and is
all togehter easy going, first one at the gate to greet you.
She is almost bombproof,
she is safe enough for a beginner, but I have to admit that she once turned
around and tried to walk back to the barn when I had a beginner on her.
Kids in the arena can ride her without problems, maybe do not get her in
a trott. We do not only use her for trail rides but also to work cattle,
she walks off by herself just fine.
The only bad thing I can
say about her is that she is a bit difficult to bridle. She is good with
her ears, but she does get her head up high when we put the bridle on.
Asking $2400 ***sold***
sold *** Corona - 2005 palomino mare
||Corona has been used at
the ranch, been roped off and worked cattle. She is very tall (true 16.2
hands) without being bulky. Very friendly disposition and easy to handle.
Crosses natural obstacles like creeks, water, fallen timber and such, used
to get up and down steep canyon sides. She is not a fast horse but will
speed up for a stray yearling, will probably do better for trails than
a full time ranch horse due to the fact that she will travel but is not
really fast. Perfect family horse that can go to the neighbors and push
some cattle, too.
Despite her impressive size
she tends to be more on the bottom of the pecking order.
She was born and raised
in the Badlands of South Dakota and is not registered.
Offering Corona for sale
is not an easy decision for me, she is a very likeable horse willing to
do anything that is asked out of her. But she is too tall for me to keep
(I am 5' 5" and had too many injuries this year to get on easily).
here for more pictures of Corona
Asking $2400 ***sold***
sold *** Classy Blue Fox - 2005 bay roan AQHA
||"Viento" moved cattle on
a ranch in rough terrain: canyons, fallen timber, creeks, mud, and rocky
country. He is surefooted and will cross any obstacle found in ranching
He has been roped off of
and has drug calves at brandings.
He started on working cow
horse maneuvers (tracking cattle, beginning
cutting, working cattle
on fence) at a Pat Parelly clinic in summer 2010.
Viento is very fast and
he does like to travel, so he may not be a good kid or beginner horse but
gets a days work done at the ranch.
He has a calm disosition,
though, and has pulled a plastic sled with a child on it while being ground
He handles good on the ground,
trims, loads, stands tied and is hobble broke.
He stands app 15 hands,
1200lbs, and is registered with AQHA; Zippo Pine Bar, Two Eyed Jack, Te
N Te, Leo, and Three Bars bred.
here for more pictures and the pedigree of Viento
Asking $2000 ***sold***
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