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Official Grand Opening of Mountain Rose Ranch! —

October 7, 2017We are new. We are improved. And we are now open! At MRH, we have been hard at it since we acquired the ranch striving to renew, improve, clean and all around reinvigorate this fine facility. After years of big dreaming and planning combined with many months of hard work, we are thrilled to be officially opening our doors this month for boarding and training at the NEW Mountain Rose Ranch!

Mountain Rose Ranch is a full-service equestrian facility situated on a pastoral 13 acres surrounded by rolling, tree-lined, hills. Our facility provides the perfect setting for training and educational immersion of horse and rider with a large heated barn adjoining a spacious, 80' x 260' indoor arena allowing for comfortable year-round education. Amenities also include an expansive 250' x 400' outdoor arena, exercise track, round pen, horse exerciser, obstacle course, teaching classroom, viewing area, boarder lounge, and both indoor and outdoor wash racks. We are located across the street from a lovely state park with easy riding access to abundant trails, lovely scenery, and tranquil spaces.

Besides our new and improved ranch, we have also welcomed to MRH a new Assistant Trainer, Jake Gonzales. Jake brings an array of experience from his years as a cowboy that will ensure a horse is handy, well equipped and partnered up to be able to get a job done. He and MRH Owner/Head Trainer, Emily Johnson, share similar backgrounds in their horsemanship learning and like-minded philosophies in their pursuit of partnership with horses. Together they bring a wealth of experience and expertise to benefit the horses and students who seek their education at MRH.

We invite you to get a sneak peek of our new and shiny selves via the Ranch Gallery. Then come join us for an in-person tour of the ranch over our Grand Opening Weekend which is also chock full of learning opportunities and fun for the benefit of you and your horse! See you there!

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