Tess Turk

Tess Turk has succeeded beyond our wildest dreams!   She came to us with her first horse "Tater".  We took Tess and Tater in training and found that Tater was not a suitable match for Tess at her skill level.  With lots of driving we found her Little Vintage "Ramon".  Ramon was originally a trained reining horse, but proved to be so much more!  Tess' dedication and hard work paid off with many wins in reining (including a bronze at an NQHA show in Reno), showmanship, western pleasure and halter.  She worked with us for 2.5 years and when she went into high school decided to try High School Rodeo.  She continued her High School Rodeo career with Cook Quarter Horses and now has a full rodeo scholarship to college in the Fall.  We are so proud of Tess and were glad to be a part of her road to success!

Madison Hughes

Madison and Misters Hotrodder started out in the barn of Wachtel Performance Horses and finished her youth career with us. We were glad to have Madison here.  It was exciting to help her compete and win in local rodeo Queen Contest (along with Tess Turk!) as well as compete in AQHA Hunt Seat Equitation and Showmanship. Madison continued to compete in Rodeo Queen Competitions. She is a vibrant young lady and continued on to college and continues to ride and show!  Her mom Julie was a big part of her succes as a single mom she worked and supported her daughter!

Kayla Goff

Kayla Goff participated in our work study program with her black arabian, working on barrels and poles. Kayla worked hard with her mare and made many improvements.  Kayla is graduated from high school and married now!
Connie Manley
Lookin Fer Sum Kissen "Buzz" has been with us since a yearling.  He is a 2 year old double registered APHA/AQHA gelding.  We are excited to have him started under saddle and can't wait to see what he can do!  Thank you Connie for such a unique horse to work with!  CONGRATULATIONS TO Kim Evans on your purchase of  Buzz!
Tammy Lawson - Tilly and Snowy
We are so happy to welcome Tammy and her two mares in our barn.  We look forward to posting more as we progress with both Tammy and her girls!
Melanie and Daisy
Congratulations on your new horse Daisy!  Look forward to seeing what this holds for both of you!