WYO Blue Gooseberry
NFQHA ~ 88%
N/N for ~ PSSM, GBED, MH, HYPP, HERDA
2010 Blue Roan stallion
34.28% Blue Valentine
17.58% Red Man
12.5% Salty Roan
12.3% Joe Hancock
End of U Ranch, home to Comanche Quarter Horses is a family owned ranch nestled on secluded acreage in Southeast Colorado on the Comanche National Grasslands, in Pritchett, CO.
We are home to two stunning stallions:
Recently, we have added and are acquiring new brood mares to revamp our breeding program.
All horses are tested for the 5 panel and are all N/N for PSSM, GBED, MH, HERDA, GBED,
Fly Spray Desensitization
COLIC - Cause, Symptoms, Treatment
Only two 2017 weanlings left!! A red roan filly and a grulla roan filly!
Both are 5 panel N/N
We are now shipping semen on Cheyennes Denali !!
Email or call us for more info!!
We specialize in breeding for conformation, disposition and endurance. The ultimate beauty of our lines comes in their versatility and trainability. Color ... is merely a bonus!
Our chosen grulla, roan and grulla roan mares have great conformation, breeding, disposition and substance.
Here at End Of U Ranch, hunting, camping and fishing with our horses and dogs is an integral part of who we are. I also enjoy making sterling silver jewelry and going hawking with my red tail hawk, Shikoba.
Stop by or call if you're in the area! We would love to talk to you about our horses, or yours.
The ranch is home to some of the finest champion & foundation bloodlines, including:
Poco Bueno, Poco Lena, Peppy San, Peppy Poco Dandy, Little Steel Dust, Pocos Gray Comet, Blackburn, Jessie Tivio, Jessie James, Blue Valentine, Joe Hancock, WYO Kid Curry, Red Man, Plenty Try, Leo Hancock Hayes, Plenty Try, Gooseberry & Steve Tucker to name a few. Our standing stallion, WYO Blue Gooseberry is now stamping his foals with his great temperament and athleticism and we also have high hopes for our stallion prospect, Cheyennes Denali.
As expected in these bloodlines, our colts are very athletic, heavily muscled, big boned, pretty headed with good feet and good minds.
They are raised for ranch work and roping.