Our Lesson Horses

We are blessed to own this wonderful group of geldings. They are all kind, well-trained, and excellent at their jobs. With this group of horses, we have a fit for every rider.

2005 Sorrel Gelding
Boom is a reliable go-to for everyone that wants to learn how to ride. Boomer will move very slow and steady for first time beginner riders, and then pick up the pace when you are ready. He’s pretty small so he isn’t that intimidating for new riders, and is easy for young riders to mount. He is a finished reiner so he can spin, lead change, and slide stop. He was also show in cutting and rein/box, so he can work a cow, and is a pro on the mechanical flag. He loves doing gymkhana events, he will follow the heelomatic all day so you can practice roping, and he is a solid trail horse. Boomer is super handy and athletic, and will pretty much do whatever you ask him. He is irreplaceable and priceless. I have owned Boom since 2012.

2007 Buckskin Gelding
Rebel has a big heart and is a great all around horse that is consistent. He isn’t overly athletic, but he sure tries his best. I rode Rebel as a 4 year old for a client, and then they used him for 4H, packing flags at rodeos, and for musical ride. I acquired Rebel in 2018 as a personal horse and used him to pony colts, trail ride, roping the heelomatic, obstacle challenges, and moving cows. I hauled him to a few local Open shows and he did great in Western Pleasure, Equitation, and Trail classes. I started using him in the lesson program in the summer of 2019, and he has been a perfect addition for riders of all levels. Rebel has taught numerous people how to ride in the arena and on the trails, giving them confidence and horsemanship skills.

2007 Sorrel Gelding
Major is a well rounded horse that has been used for a little bit of everything. I have owned him since a 2 year old. He has had a lot of outside miles, I have ranch roped off him, sorted pairs, dabbled in cowhorse and reining, ponyied and flagged colts of him. He is my personal go to horse, but I also use him for lessons with intermediate/advanced riders. Major doesn’t have the right personality for timid beginner riders, but he does great with an rider that give him direction and ask him to perform various maneuvers.