We are a small Appaloosa Ranch Located in Amberg WI which is 70 miles north of Green Bay WI. We Breed and Raise quality Appaloosas with wonderful temperaments, great conformation and excellent pedigrees with beautiful dun/grulla and buckskin color to boot. Our horses are part of our family and loved and well cared for. All of our horses are or will be trained to ride, we feel this is very important to not only give them something to do but to learn their personalities to the fullest. They are all handled daily by ourselves and young daughters. Our daughters work very hard with the horses and are very horse savvy. We are very proud of them. All our horses can be caught and handled by our daughters.
I got my first horse in 1985 when I was 10 years old, a beautiful Appaloosa weanling filly names Lisa's Cheers, she is now 23 years old and going strong. We grew up together and learned so much from one another. She is one special mare and is irreplaceable. She helped me live the life I always dreamed about. She also inspired my love for the Appaloosa Breed. My 10 yr old daughter Alex still competes and does very well with her in open speed shows, this mare has the heart and spirit all horses should have. I hope we have many more years together.
Jason and I have selected quality Appaloosas from all over, some of our favorite ranches are Qu' Appelle Appaloosa ranch in SK. Canada and Kyloe Appaloosa Ranch in ND, both raise wonderful horses. Our herd is very colorful and easy to handle with their calm disposition. Our foals are imprinted and handled daily to give the the best start. Come visit us and see for yourselves. We also offer training using natural horsemanship techniques in 30 day increments which include training and pasture board for $425 per month. Colt starting, ground work for respect/manners, We also offer a week long horse boot camp for that horse who just needs a tune up or refresher course.
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