Our ranch became a reality in 2005 after my late mother, Maria, purchased the 34 acres with main home, cabin and two other buildings.
Mother and I sat on the front porch that first day and we pondered the peaceful landscape. We looked at each other and almost in unison said, "This is a dream come true. We should call it DreamCatcher Ranch." As we giggled at ourselves, it was settled.
Since that January day, we have been blessed to build a grogeous show barn with office/living quarters, lab, feed and tack rooms, tons of storage, over-sized foaling stalls and a 63 x 63 arena all under one roof. Perimeter fencing upgrades were a priority, along with establishing paddocks.
Thomas came into our lives, meeting through a mutual friend at the Palomino World Show in Tulsa. Mother developed a great affection for Thomas; as it blossomed, she frequently bragged to friends about us. Unfortunately, in August 2012 she passed away. In January 2013 we married, and I know
we had her blessing.
Other improvements to DreamCatcher Ranch include the addition of a 10-stall mare barn with 16 x 16 stalls, pasture clearing and more fencing plus
Our mission here at DreamCatcher Ranch is to manage a handul of premium mares to breed a small foal crop of high caliber show prospects. While our primary breed is the American Quarter Horse, we have deep affection for the golden Palomino horse. We have a few triple registered mares to include paints. We have been blessed to have mares with multiple world and reserve world titles, world titles in multiple breed registries or who have one or more superior halter awards. We also have a small show string of halter horses that both Thomas and I show in amateur and select halter classes plus various futurities.
Visitors are welcome year round.
Please contact us before coming, as we stay busy "running the roads" to horse shows, association meetings and family gatherings.
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