Big Oak Ranch Horses


      

       What do you want from your horse? Calm? Confident? Easy to handle? Ready for anything? Every Big Oak Ranch horse is hand selected by Gail Steelman, master horse trainer. Gail builds them from the ground up, making them easy to handle for even the smallest child. Big Oak Ranch horses are used on the ranch, on the trail, and as schooling horses, and are ready for many challenges in the saddle. Are you ready for your Big Oak Ranch horse? We’re ready to help you find the horse of your dreams!

FOR SALE:

All Big Oak Ranch horses are available by private treaty. We reserve the right to modify a horse’s sale status at any time, and the right to refuse sale for any reason.

JETS RED GOLD “DOLLAR” 2002 APHA Gelding SOLD $10,500 at the Diamond-McNabb Ranch Horse Sale

This horse is going to catch your eye, and then he is going to win your heart. I have never seen a horse with more try. I have lead many trail rides on him, ponied colts off him used him for checking cattle, and team sorted on him (he won money his first time out!), he knows how to handle both ends of a rope, been used in sorting pens. He is happy with the herd or riding off by himself. He is a pleasure to be around. Dollar is my go-to horse. If you want a willing partner on the trail, on the ranch, or in the show ring, this horse is for you.

Dollar checking a cow/calf herd on the ranch.

Dollar checking a cow/calf herd on the ranch.

Dollar bringing in a bull.

Dollar bringing in a bull.

Always a gentleman, Dollar doesn't mind getting the gate.

Always a gentleman, Dollar doesn’t mind getting the gate.

Dollar waiting to get started on his work for the day.

Dollar waiting to get started on his work for the day.

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Heading across the ranch.

IMALEOXTWO “RIO” 2009 APHA Gelding $3000 

SOLD! Congrats Josh & Tiffany C. of Salem, MO. May God Bless the horse you ride!

With a sure foot and a calm eye, Rio will set off down the trail. You’ll be amazed at the quiet mind of this young horse. He has been used as a schooling horse at youth camps and for beginning riders. Very little, if anything, shakes him. Currently Rio is walking, trotting, loping, stopping and backing on a loose rein. This horse is ready to be taken and given a specialty, he has a solid foundation to move forward on. I feel he could make an excellent all-around horse for a child. At the moment, he is recommended for an intermediary rider, beginner with supervision.

 

Dietz” 2009 Grade Gelding $3000 

SOLD! Congrats Josh & Tiffany C. of Salem, MO. May God Bless the horse you ride!

Are you looking for a horse that is calm, confident, and capable? Dietz is ready to go. With a willing attitude, Dietz has led trail rides, through rough terrain. With a calm mind, he has been used as a school horse for inexperienced riders. He is capable, having had 30 days of roping training, where his trainer said he was one of the choicest horses he’d had the pleasure of working with. Dietz has an easy lope, and excellent shoulder and hip control, he is coming on great. With care he could be for any rider, in a variety of disciplines. I believe he would be an excellent competitive roping horse. At the moment, he is recommended for an intermediary rider, beginner with supervision.

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  1. Jan Dixon

    Gail truly is a master of HORSMANSHIP
    She broke my two mares six years ago and no one could have done a better job
    I have not be enable to ride for some time now What would it cost for a two week tune up. I’m looking to buy a trail horse broke for grandchildren to ride. An older horse would be fine

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