The prospect of upgrading your horse is exciting. It shows that you’re ready for more, you can set new goals, and you can expand your expertise. Riders who like to achieve thrive on that sort of thing. Onward and upward!
In its first year back after a hiatus, Ranch Bash 2018 raised nearly $30,000 for America's Horse Cares—a branch of the American Quarter Horse Association's Foundation that supports therapeutic riding programs.
On February 26, 2018, we said the hard goodbye to our senior horse Old Paint. He was a regular in our Instagram feed and appeared on many pages of H&R, so you’re likely familiar with him. But most importantly, he was our sons’ first horse.