We are cattle ranchers out here in Eastern Montana about 25 miles south of I94 at Glendive near the Montana-North Dakota border. Geographically, we’re on the rim of the Great Plains along a strip of heaved-up badlands called the Cedar Creek Anticline. The general nature of this country is semi-rugged, big-shouldered hills and coulees, good country to raise and ride strong, healthy horses.
We produce a few foals each year and usually have a nice offering of well-bred, high quality youngsters for sale. Most of the breeding stock is home grown with a solid basis in Western Working lines from the old LU and Cross ranches of Wyoming and the historic Jackson Ranch of Montana. This blend has given us over 30 years of horses with deep, correct conformation, the exact ratio of substance to refinement for a wonderfully durable horse that still has plenty of eye appeal, grace and athleticism to go into a show ring or performance arena and win, and we have proved it.