“Hank” is an AQHA registered Quarter Horse gelding. A light colored Chestnut with flaxen mane and tail, he was foaled in 2005 and joined the ranch in 2013.
“Cody” is a Bay Quarter Horse mare. She is sure-footed, fun and has a great roping history, having worked many a cow before joining HSR. She was foaled in 1997 and joined the ranch in 2017.
“Tivio” is a Bay colored AQHA registered Quarter Horse. He was foaled in 2002 and joined the ranch in 2013.
“Rider” is an AQHA registered Quarter Horse gelding. Sorrel Roan in color, he was foaled in 2006 and joined the ranch in 2015.
“Cappy” is a dapple Buckskin Quarter Horse gelding. Foaled in 2005, he joined the ranch in 2016.
“Amigo” is a Bay Roan Quarter Horse gelding. He was foaled in 2004 and joined the ranch in 2016.
“Tonka” is an AQHA registered Quarter Horse gelding. Mahogany Bay in color, he was foaled in 2003 and joined the ranch in 2016.
“Chance” is a Gray Quarter Horse gelding. He was foaled in 2004 and joined the ranch 2016.
“Clark” is a Chestnut colored Arabian. He joined our ranch in 2013 as a rescue. Now well over 30 years old, he continues to contribute to our youth programs. Clark is pictured here with his volunteer care giver and friend Marsha Friedman.
We have a hen turkey, plus five assorted-breed laying chickens.
The ranch rents six to twelve young Corriente cattle throughout the year from J.T. Cattle Company.
If you would like to join Lisa as a sponsor of any of our livestock, please let us know. Sponsorship levels are as follows:
Individual, family or group sponsor a horse for a year: $2,400
Individual, family or group sponsor for the cattle: $2,500
Individual family or group sponsor for the chickens: $600
Each sponsor will receive:
- A plaque acknowledging their sponsorship, including a framed picture with the animal(s) and Managing Director
- Recognition on our website
- Featured in a plaque at the ranch acknowledging our Livestock Sponsors
- Invitation for two to an annual private “Livestock Sponsors” luncheon hosted by the Board President and featuring a discussion about the the programs and the care of our animals