Where connections happen.
There is nothing more important than family. Whether your family is made up of blood relatives or family of the heart, it’s important to take care of those relationships.
In today’s world, finding ways to spend time together outside of the house and in a fun, interesting setting can be a challenge. A visit to Legacy Ranch might be just the thing to encourage your family to connect.
With two matched teams of draft horses, Legacy Ranch offers wagon and sleigh rides in the wide-open country. This retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life offers a unique experience for your loved ones.
Flame and Jack are a mature pair of geldings. They are a rare breed called Suffolk Punch which is descendent from the medieval great horse. The Suffolk Punch is a midsized draught horse. They are not overly tall, but they are very stocky. They were originally bred to pull ploughs in the boggy areas of England. They were never bred to be a warhorse in battle, so they were not bred en masse to be tall or flashy. They are quiet but powerful. Jack and Flame were used in their younger days in weight pull competitions. Today, they pull wagons in parades and for special events and participate in team chore competitions of precision.
Daisy and Doll are Percheron mares. They are both striking with their shiny black coats and flowing manes and tails. The breed, originating in the 17th century in France, is well muscled and known for intelligence and willingness to work. Originally bred for use as war horses, they eventually were used to pull stagecoaches, in agriculture and for hauling heavy goods. Daisy and Doll have been used extensively for parades and special events. They are champion log-skid competitors.
Join us at Legacy Ranch for an hour or a day. Connect to discuss your event.