Category Archives: Geldings

These are the horses that we have already gelded. You might want to check out the colts’ page too if you have your heart set on a boy. There are some great future geldings there as well. Our geldings will make great performance horses and if broken to ride will already have been ridden working cattle by the time you check them out. We get the best reports back all the time as to how much heart our horses have and that they like their jobs. They are generally quiet but will really get up and go when needed. They know what to do around cattle and learn quickly. This is the right place to start looking for your next ranch gelding or cow horse.

Jones

Jones

There are not a lot of people who are familiar with Pa Jones but those that are know that these horses can really run but still have a calm demeanor and are easy to train. They are really forgiving. We miss our old stud Cricket but babies like Jones show that we still have his… Continue Reading

Gus

Gus

We just love Gus. We bought him from a ranch horse sale as a stud prospect and we agree that he fits that bill. We bred him to a handful of mares and his babies were outstanding but we felt he would be an even better gelding. We sent him for professional training and plan… Continue Reading

Captain

Captain

This nice gelding was consigned to our 2017 Production Sale and we liked him enough that we bought him. Captain is really blooming since coming to Morning Ranch. Before he came to us he was trail ridden a lot, used on cattle in the pasture and in a feed yard. Since the sale he has… Continue Reading

Boody

Boody

Boody is a really well bred colt that we bought at auction from Montana.  We love his pedigree and planned to perhaps use him as a stud someday if he turned out to be of that quality.  Unfortunately he was not the smartest colt we have ever owned and caused himself some real problems. When… Continue Reading

Duck

Duck

We got Duck from a friend’s ranch horse sale with high hopes that he would be a really fun horse for Mike to use at the yard and to train as a rope horse. Unfortunately he has a navicular bone injury on one hoof that he got as a young horse and has not been… Continue Reading

Ballad

Ballad

Ballad is from the first colt crop that Ali raised out of her old stud Cricket and her first set of mares. As a five month old he put his foot through a welded wire fence that was supposed to be horse-proof and cut himself on his foot. He never limped on it and we… Continue Reading

Blade

Blade

Blade is Ali’s personal pet, friend and helps to train all of our young horses. Ali day worked on his dam and held her when she conceived Blade.   She also had the opportunity to ride his sire when he was a three year old in training.   Blade was the to be the first born… Continue Reading