We really like to work with the young and upcoming trainers and breeders in our industry. As you will see you get to a little bit of everything around this outfit. If you are interested in becoming one of our interns or want to learn to start colts please contact us. We are so very happy and proud of everyone of you!
Showing at Estes Park Working the flag
2013 Trinity Zollinger from LCCC.
Update on Trinity she is going back to Idaho to oversee her family's AQHA horse breeding operation.
2012 Summer Interns Andrea Money from CSU and Liberty Hoover from LCCC, getting instructions from Kerry.
Kerry riding "Maderas Surprise", Andrea is riding her filly "Spinin and Dualin", Liberty is riding "Dualin Annabell"
Thank you girls for the wonderful summer and your hard work.
Update 2014: Both ladies are getting ready to graduate from collage and start there careers.
2012 Liberty Hoover from LCCC. Liberty working with one of the new colts before turning out to summer pasture. Riding "Return" for his first time out in a big pasture.
Our interns have a lot of fun around here, plus they work hard...Dani Stearns and Whitney Bortz.
Dani on a 2yr old Whitney working with a 2yr old
2011 Both of the young horsewoman are from LCCC in Cheyenne and they are both starting to make hands. It has been a pleasure to work with both of you.
2014: Update on Dani Stearns she is now teaching and coaching a Ranch Horse Team in South Dakota.
I think the years are right but I'm having a hard time remembering them. I do know that all the Inturns that we worked with were really good.
2008 Maria Fulton: Update, Maria is continuing with her passion in the horse industry.
2007 Summer- Charity Leman and April Mendenhall both from CSU.
2006 Madison Trehus from CSU in Fort Collins CO was our very first intern, she did a great job for us and we are glad she pushed to become a intern for us. She has gone on to become a competitor in NRHA reining and has also started her own horse breeding program.