Yampa is a 2007 Model of a Missouri Foxtrotter. Her coloring is Buckskin. She is 14.5 hands tall. She has been with the program since 2019. Yampa is a little more reserved when you interact with her on the ground. She is very responsive and polite while riding and even our littlest riders have a great time riding her. Yampa actually came from a home in Parker and was a pasture pet for 10 years before joining us.
Gypsum is a 2009 version grade (non registered) quarter horse. Her coloring is referred to as pinto (if she was registered this coloring would be called paint) She is palomino pinto. She is right at about 14 hands. Gypsum came to us from a ranch in Walden, CO where she was used to move cattle. She also was a barrel racer and gymkhana horse. You will discover her love for barrels if you ever ride her in the arena where there is a barrel. She is super friendly on the ground and has a little bit of manageable sass when you ride her.
Tabernash or Tabby is a also a 2009 version of a grade quarter horse. She is a bay and she is 15 hands. Tabby came to us from a ranch right here in Elizabeth where she was a husband horse and a trail horse. She is very social and sweet. When you ride her, she has some energy. She is our newest member of the herd.