Here is a brief overview of the beautiful land we call home. Occasionally we work with competitive trail ride organizations to host events out at the ranch. We believe that participating in competitive trail ride events can be very educational for both horse and rider. You never know what can happen out on the trail so being prepared for all of life’s obstacles will keep you one step ahead of the game.
On the southern edge of the hill country lies a small town, Utopia, in which just under 300 people reside. The landscape consists of striking limestone canyon lands that spill into the southern plains. The green hills are covered in oak, cedar, and sotol which yield to golden grasslands and lush arroyos. These lead to the beautiful west Sabinal river and its tributaries, which are flanked by tall cypress and pecan trees. Bountiful wildlife and the birds are always singing.
Our trails have been designed to wind through the hills where cedar forests will take you up to breathtaking views. The terrain is primarily rocky, so shoes are recommended for horses. With miles of trail you’ll get to experience all the beauty that these hills have to offer.
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Guests are welcome to bring their RVs or camp primitively in our “Polo Field”. There are water spigots (10-12) available for our guests to use to water their horses. We do not have hook ups but generators are welcome. Dogs are also welcome on our ranch but must be kept on a leash at all times.
A short walk towards the front of the field, we have a ten stall barn in which guests can reserve a stall for their horses. Each stall is 10 x 10 and laid with cedar chip flooring. A faucet with hose are available for water buckets. Guests are responsible for their own feed.