Pony Express Ranch has maintained a deep link to the Western heritage, initially through our association with the Shriners Palomino Mounted Patrol back in the 1980’s. By 1995, we entered the reining industry, and by 1996, we transitioned into the cutting sector, breeding cutting horses and enthusiastically engaging in weekend show competitions.

During the late 1990s to the early 2000s, and later in 2019, we made significant investments in the cattle industry. Presently, we’re developing a comprehensive plan to refocus our investments back into the cattle industry.

Today, our commitment remains strong in raising and training cutting horses, dedicating our efforts to both cutting and roping disciplines.

Since 1995, we’ve been proud members of the NCHA (National Cutting Horse Association), and during the 2000s, our son joined the ranks of the NYCHA (National Youth Cutting Horse Association). Additionally, we’ve maintained active standing memberships with the AQHA (American Quarter Horse Association) throughout our involvement in the horse industry.