English Shepherd Puppies!

Meg and Scout are the proud parents of seven healthy English Shepherd puppies, born 12-9-15.  Four males and three females will be offered for sale, with preference given to working farm/ranch homes.  Puppies are priced at $600.  For more information, please contact us!

Stallion Flyer

Black Widow Legacy and Widows King are standing to the public for 2015!   Both are sons of Bernie’s great mare, Kings Black Widow, 1994 Upper Midwest Cutting Futurity winner.   Both will stand at Northern Hills Veterinary Clinic, Sturgis, SD.  Stud fee is $1500, collection/shipping is $250.  Contact us for more information or to book your mare!  605-850-1620.

Welcome to Badger Hole Ranch!

Badger Hole Ranch is proud to welcome to the stallion ranks two fine horses!

CR Snowman is a cremello son of Master Cowboy Jac (NRHA offspring earnings 138K++) out of Pokie Okie Glo, NRHA money earner/producer.  “Jack”, as he is called, has a gentle disposition, is broke to ride, and has been roped off.  He throws an athletic, good minded colt, and he is 5 panel tested negative.   He qualifies for registration with the Steel Dust Horse Association, and will put Hollywood Jac 86 and Master Cowboy Jac on his  colts’ papers.  He will always throw buckskins, palominos, and smoky blacks!

Seven Lad Leo, bred and owned by Bernie Janssen, is 36.32% Leo, with Leo still on his papers TWICE!   Bernie may be the only man in the horse business who currently owns a stallion with King on his papers twice AND a stallion with Leo on his papers twice.   We are proud to have them both here at Badger Hole Ranch!

We are pleased to offer the services of both CR Snowman and Seven Lad Leo to the public in 2015!   Stud fee is $1000, plus $250 collection/shipping.   Give us a call or contact us below to book your mare: 605-850-1620.

Welcome to Badger Hole Ranch, boys!

Black Hills Stock Show Stallion Row

Well, the country horses are visiting the city!  Day one of the Black Hills Stock Show Stallion Row is history, and both Black Widow Legacy and Widows King behaved admirably.  One would think they were a couple of old geldings who went to town frequently, not range studs who have never been washed behind the ears before!  Anyone in the area can stop by the Civic Center in Rapid City tomorrow and see them in person.