Emma Horn Rapids is a cute red dun mare that we raised right here at the ranch. What she lacks in size, she makes up for in try. Emma was started in the summer of 2012 and has spent the last
three years doing just about everything on the ranch a horse can do. She has gathered and sorted cows, rode fence in the mountains, crossed creeks, bogs, bridges and logs. Emma's been ridden in just
about every terrain; sagebrush, rocks, mountains, knee deep mud and thick brush. She spent this winter at the feedlot outside of town helping sort, rope, doctor and load cows. She has logged a lot of
hours under saddle and seen a lot of wet saddle blankets. Emma has a soft mouth and requires a rider with good hands. She neck reins nicely and has been ridden in both a snaffle bit and a bosal.
She has good ground manners; stands quietly to groom, saddle, trim, shoe or just park for a while. She loads like a champ and you can open gates on her all day long. Emma is confident and she has a lot of bottom.
I think her experience on the ranch would make her well suited for a working cowboy or a trail riding enthusiast. Emma has never offered to buck, spook and whirl, or run away with anyone.
There isn't much more for us to do with Emma here at the ranch except add more years. We've got more young horses moving up that need riding so she is ready to go make someone a great horse partner.
See videos, pictures & pedigree of Emma below.