This is Lili. One of our gentle giants, she's one of the largest horses we have and has a heart of gold. She is well suited for riders of any age and experience.
Red is one of our goofballs, as you can tell from his picture. With such a sweet disposition, he is one of our horses with the coveted title of "Kid Horse".
Sugar was also born on the family ranch. She has a sister, a couple of aunts, and cousins in the PDRS herd. Being almost full-blood Arabian, she is quite small but has the attitude to make up for it. Being a guide horse, she enjoys telling the other horses what to do on the trail and even in the pasture.
FineLeigh was born at PDRS and is 3rd generation! A beautiful Paint/Arabian cross, she has a very strong-willed personality. She got the name FineLeigh when she was born and we looked out the window to see a sweet paint filly and cried, "Finally!"
Mookie was born and raised here at PDRS! Her momma decided that she wanted some privacy and took off walking about 2 miles down into the canyon. Jesse and I rode out the next morning in search of Misty(mom) and came across a most wonderful surprise. We knew Mookie would be as tough as an old boot, being that she had to make a 2 mile hike back to the stables on her first day of life. Mookie is our "Queen Bee".
Mookie has since been retired making 2017 her last season. She now lives a life of ease, in a pasture across the canyon from PDRS, where she keeps watch over our riders from the edge.
The beautiful blonde boy of PDRS. He's pretty and he knows it!
Coyote is 2nd generation here at PDRS! Brother to Mookie, Sissy, and Forrest, he's been dubbed the goofball of the herd. Always entertaining, whether it's a perfectly timed horsey grin or showing his heinie to the camera, Coyote is sure to make your group photo a memory to treasure.
We sure do get busy.