We never get bored of looking at these wonderful faces – so here’s some recent snapshots of just some of the horses at the Ranch.
Come and meet them when you book a riding activity at Ranch Siesta Los Rubios. We always make sure we match the right horse in size and riding level and character to each rider. There’s always one that you find that special connection with. Everyone has their favourite!
Welcome to the Ranch a new lady – Divina, with owner Catherine.
She’s rather gorgeous isn’t she?
We have been busy introducing beginners to our horses with our Saddle Up 2 hour experience for first timers.
And taking a lot of children through our fantastic one-to-one learn to ride package called Trot On.
Plus of course taking people out riding and enjoying the company of our many liveries on the trails.
Here you’ll see Nicola, a new rider, taking Ahitan (Arab) out for the first time with Sylvia and Lord.
What progress our rescue horse Brownie is making! From fairly ugly duckling to a beautiful fit and bold young lady. She’s got a gleaming coat, bright eyes and mind set on learning. We are loving watching her flourish with time, patience and care.
Here is Sabrina who puts in so much time training her and working with her to build her confidence and knowledge.
A few photos from the Ranch showing our happy horses & happy times we have here. ENJOY and come and join us.
VIDEO : this is new boy Julio having his shoes done by Rory the farrier, and enjoying the refreshing fan wafting through his mane as he does. Straight out of the salon!
A stunning big mare joined us this week to be brought on and find her a new forever home. She is not only beautiful in colouring but also in nature. Her personality is calm and sweet, she has wonderful paces and is proving to be bomb proof out on a hack. At 164 cm and 8 years old, she is going to make someone the best “horse in a lifetime” when she leaves us.
Our 3 grey amigos were joined by a 4th new horse – welcome Julio to the herd. What a super relaxed and capable big gentle giant he is proving to be. Although it’s making it increasingly hard to tell which horse is which in our grey Arab group now… you have to study them hard. But the 3 amigos were very welcoming to the new boy and happy to teach him the boy band moves…
He also met our lovely PIN and PON shetlands and instantly made friends.