Welcome to the Rock'n R Ranch
Our clientele consists of mostly Western discipline; Reining, Cutting, Working Cow Horse, Ranch Horse Versatility, Ranch Sorting, Western Pleasure, Mounted Shooting, Barrel Racing, Gymkhana, and Ranch Trail competitors and enthusiasts. We also have members who just enjoy owning horses and trail riding.
We are a full service facility, providing quality care and feed. Our barn manager lives on site and has eyes on the horses 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 25 acres of our Ranch are planted in family raised grass/alfalfa.
We are selective in new clients and want to ensure that all horse owners at our facility are a good fit with our Ranch and share like-minded values. Since we live on the property, we want our members to feel like family. We understand that time with your horse(s) is valuable and we strive to create an environment for enjoyment, relaxation, and overall success in accomplishing your equine goals.
We offer a 130' x 80' indoor arena that is dragged weekly. The indoor arena has a large sliding door that can be opened as well as a ventilation system.
We have a hot walker available to walk four horses at one time.
Free Trailer Parking
We provide space for your trailer to be parked on our property.
We offer a two acre or 200' x 500' outdoor arena that is dragged weekly, weather permitting. The dirt is good quality and does not have rocks.
*Photo Credit R. Volkening, V Strategy LLC
We provide space in a heated and secured community tack shed for your use.
There are numerous trails nearby that you can ride for miles. We're about ten minutes from Barr Lake which is an awesome 9 mile trail ride. (Barr Lake: 13401 Picadilly Rd., Brighton, CO 80603 )
50' Steel Round Pen
Quality sand footing that is dragged regularly.
Predator Natural Fly Mitigation
Flies can make working with your horse frustrating for both you and your horse. At Rock'n R Ranch we have invested into numerous fly mitigation systems, the main one is a natural mitigation called "Predator".
Patience Poles and Hitchin' Posts
Some of the most important training you can do is patience. We have plenty of these poles for your use.