“The recession that began in 2008 highlighted the great flaw of the performance horse industry – it is a participant-driven sport centered around aged events for horses, which essentially means – the horse’s show career is over when it turns seven. These two factors: a sport designed for the benefit of the professional rider and limiting the major events to horses ages 3-6, participation in these events began shrinking. My goal with Bosque Ranch is to create an experience for the spectator while greatly enhancing the opportunities for the riders. In my ‘other’ job, I am a star maker and a career reviver. I will do the same in this space – I will make stars of the horses and stars of the riders. I will continue to attract new participants to these various disciplines, but more importantly, I will continue creating an experience that captivates an audience.”
- Taylor Sheridan
Partnering with Bosque Ranch gives our brands the opportunity to support and preserve this industry and way of life for the cowboy. We could not be more excited to support the equine industry through this venue. Be on the lookout for more exciting announcements to come through this partnership.
Life on the Ranch
While weekend cutting events and competitions will remain a staple at Bosque Ranch, Sheridan plans to elevate operations by hosting larger rodeos, film and TV shoots, concerts, music festivals, charity events – along with offering on-site dining experiences at Nic’s Bar, a tribute to Sheridan’s wife Nicole. With their packed 2022 event calendar, Ranch Hand and CURT will have prominent exposure to grow awareness and engagement with the equine community.