White Stallion Ranch - Horse of the Month
October 2019 – Crockett came from Vermont. He had lost his job as a summer lead line pony due to a business closure and was looking to move out West and fulfill his dreams of working on a ranch. He came west with his 3 brothers and his Mom. Two of his brothers work at Tombstone Monument Ranch, but they keep in touch.
Crockett is a light dun gelding Norwegian Fjord. He stands 14.1 hands and weighs about 1,000 lb.s, which a black and white mane and a dorsal stripe
September 2019 – Thunder is a black and white gelding Pinto with two absolutely beautiful blue eyes (we should have named him Frank Sinatra…)
August 2019 – Moby is a Sorrel gelding with a blaze – he’s registered as an American Arabian. He stands 14.3 hands, weighs 1,000 lbs and he’s is huge favorite with the ladies…
July 2019 – We bought Laredo from a Ranch on the Mexican border which was closing and needed to sell their entire string.
June 2019 – Grey Cloud was a privately owned pleasure horse before he came to the Ranch
He was very sweet as a family horse but he had much to learn about working with guests and getting along in the herd.
He was enrolled in “dude ranch training camp” to learn how to fit in with everyone.
He’s actually a grey and white paint, and stands 15.1 hands and weighs 1150 lbs
May 2019 – Hombre was originally from Mexico. He is one of our all time best children’s horses, and has been with the Ranch for most of his career.
One day a cowboy was using him to round up cattle next door, and when he finished he rode over and asked if we would buy his horse, and we did.
Hombre is 15.1 hands and weighs 1,000 lb.s He is a grade quarter horse, and a tri-colour paint, though he seem mostly brown and white he has black mane behind his ears.
April 2019 – Scooter frequently wins Horse of the Month because he’s very popular with our beginner and intermediate riders.
He is a sorrel and white paint gelding, with a blaze and 4 white stockings.He has the friendliest personality and always seems so happy to see you.
Scooter stands 14.2 hands and weighs about 1,000 lbs.He was raised in Idaho to be a rodeo horse, but by age 3, he just didn’t have the size or speed to compete at a high level, so his owner brought him to Tucson and sold him to us.