Tina will be for sale at Cowgirl Cadillacs. Photo by Reata Brannaman.

The Cowgirl Cadillacs Horse Sale, taking place at Rancho de los Caballeros in Wickenburg, Arizona, February 20-23rd, has an outstanding line-up of horses offered for consideration, some of those belonging to Ms. Reata Brannaman herself!

Learn more about the horses offered by Reata that will be available for purchase at the Cowgirl Cadillacs Horse Sale.

1) Hector

“Hector is as big and beautiful of a horse as you will find, and gentle on top of that! He is as well rounded as a horse can be. He has been hunted on and packed in the rough mountains of western Wyoming, flagged thousands of cattle in the alley, been used in countless ranch rodeos and ranch ropings, been roped out of the box for muley ropings and branded thousands of calves every year since he was old enough to go to work. Over the years kids and ladies alike have rode him and got along with ease.

“We have recently started riding him English and started putting him over some small jumps.

“He has beautiful self carriage and smooth gaits.

“Unlike a lot of big horses, Hector has a big motor that you don’t have to peddle all day!

“On top of all this, he is well bred to boot, going back to Playgun on the top side and is out of a percheron / friesian mare.” – Reata Brannaman

2) Tina

“Tina is about the coolest pony you will ever find; making big circles, branding calves, running barrel at junior rodeos, roping calves out the box…she can do it all!

“She’s a big moving pony that stands about 12 hands and can keep up with the big horses. She is the perfect little horse for a junior high aged kid to really be competitive on.” – Reata Brannaman

3) Raider

“Raider is from the famous Froelich Quarter Horse Ranch in North Dakota that specializes in color, disposition and confirmation; Raider is all of those things and more!

“Raider is a big, solid, young ranch horse that has been exposed to all aspects of ranch work, as well as having been ridden in numerous horsemanship clinics and cow working clinics. His ranch horse education continues in northern California  on a 1000 pair outfit.

“He is a 3/4 brother to Buck Brannaman’a bridle horse, “Big Swede,” that Buck has had on the road with him for the past 5 years.

“Don’t miss this opportunity to own an outstanding, gentle, young prospect.” – Reata Brannaman

Visit cowgirlcadillacs.com to learn more about the horses offered for sale.