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American Quarter Horses from Dryhead Ranch

Dryhead Ranch has been raising and selling registered American Quarter Horses for over 40 years.  We pride ourselves on the fact that the first breath our foals take is in big, rough country with no human assistance.  Before we ever lay hands on them, their mothers have taught them how to handle themselves in rough terrain, how to drink from the creek and how to cross water.  How to place their feet and handle their body as they walk on these trails and navigate the elements of nature is a huge benefit to their gentleness in a couple of years with training.

DRYHEAD RANCH STALLIONS

DANCIN WITH DYNAMITE
(PRETTY BOY)

Pedigree Papers

DD HEZA DRIFTIN KING
(STETSEN)

Pedigree Papers

SMOKIN COLONEL JET
(FRED)

Pedigree Papers

FOUNDATION BRED HORSES

These are the blood lines for the influence horses that Joe Bassett began
with in 1985 when he started breeding horses for our guest business.

Joe Q Dynamite
High Brow Hickory
Paddys Irish Whiskey
Paddys Irish Doc
Mr. King a Glo

HAVE A LOOK AT OUR RANCH HORSE GALLERY
– HORSES –  HORSES –  HORSES –

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updated information and pictures.
Call or message Jennifer’s cell phone
1-307-272-052305

Office: 307-548-6688
Cell: 307-272-6688

dryheadranch1898@gmail.com

1062 Rd. 15
Lovell, WY 82431

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    One of my favorite images from MT last summer at the Dryhead Ranch was chosen as the Opening Shot in this month’s February 2020 issue of Western Horseman magazine!  Watching James ride Yeller and rope his calf was truly one of the highlights of my trip.  The determination and seriousness on his face is priceless! Lol  Good thing two grown cowboys were nearby to help out. -Pam Gabriel Photography

    The future belongs to the few that are still willing to get their hands dirty.  Thanks to all the farmers and ranchers for keeping us well fed. -PhyllisBurchettPhoto

    So excited to open the May edition of Western Horseman magazine April 2020.  It be honest, during all of the craziness that is currently happening, it’s been very hard for me to stay positive about my small business.  The opening shot couldn’t have come at a better time for me!  Stay healthy and happy, my friends!  I hope to photograph you all in the coming months. -Hilary Bishop

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