End of the Day
Soon it will be time to take care of your magnificent
steed for the evening! Unsaddle your horse, groom him down, feed him, and bed him down for the night. Enjoy a hot shower,
dinner, and an old fashioned game of checkers or dominos with the family on the back deck, enjoying the beautiful stars and
listening once more to the coyote calls.
During days two, three, four, five, and six at the ranch, it’s time to hit the trail
after farm chores each morning. Don't forget to pack your saddlebags and water bottles for a day on the trail! Each day's
destination is a new adventure through the beautiful Sequatchie Valley. God's majesty will be seen everywhere you turn throughout
your daily time in the saddle on the trail. Enjoy an authentic chuck wagon breakfast and dinner during your stay at the ranch,
just like the cowboys did on the trail during their cattle drives!
use all your newly acquired cowboy skills in the wide-open spaces! Lunch is always eaten on the trail, riverside. While the
horses take a break in the shade, unpack your Cowboy Bible from your saddlebags so you can join in on our unique Bible Study
- ‘What the Bible Has to Say About Horses!’
Did you know there are over 217 scriptural references about horses in the Bible?
We won't have time to round up all the scriptures during your stay, of course, but you won't believe what you will discover
about God's use of horses! For those wanting a more in-depth Bible study during your vacation, inquire about our Creation
Vacation package that can be added to your horse ranch stay at no charge.
Each day is a different trail to another part of the
beautiful Sequatchie Valley. Breathtaking views are everywhere you look from your saddle! Depending on the length of your
stay, you can enjoy our favorite restaurant ride during the week or our old fashioned country 'church ride' on Sunday!
After a beautiful ride and a relaxing
afternoon with your beloved guest ranch horse, it's time to head back and unsaddle your horse, hose him down, feed him, and
bed him down for the night!
Customize Your Stay
Stay for a minimum of two days or up to a week! The best arrival days are Mondays, Tuesdays,
Wednesdays, or Thursdays at 5:00 PM.
Stay at least four days or more, and learn how to 'rope' and ride. Don't worry. We use a fake cow, so
it's all cowboy fun and no danger!
Stay five days, and you've earned the right to join in on our restaurant ride located at a 100-year-old
the week on a standard check-in day and stay on through Sunday, and you'll be riding to cowboy church the old fashioned
way...by horseback! That's right; you'll love our 'Ride to Church' Sundays! Enjoy an early historic country church whose
original members all came by horse! They even welcome us in our boots and jeans!
Helmets are provided, or you can use your own. Helmets are required for all riders
unless approved otherwise by the ranch owners on an individual guest basis.