Skip to primary navigation Skip to content Skip to footer

Blog

If Not for the Love of Horses

Happy Rancheros

A willing friend, confidant, unconditional love …..no I am not referring to a person I am referring to my horse. Some think of them as just animals. Others think of them as objects. Then there are the few, like me , who think of them as family. Horses have been tolerant of humans for centuries…

Riding Reminder – Horse Drawn Rides

Dear Riding Friends, Here are some helpful tips to make your ride extra enjoyable: When to arrive: Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your ride to be certain you make it on time. Sometimes, people show up late for their rides and we have to leave without them. This is very unfortunate after…

Message from Susan Connell, Founder and Owner

driving Percheron horses

Hello! My name is Susan Connell, and I am a highly passionate and dedicated individual who has a sole mission to leave the world a little better than I found it. As the Founder and Owner of Cornerstone Ranch, I take great pride in being able to drive the connective bond between people and horses…

Pioneer Days of Covered Wagons

a close up of a horse drawn ride

Prairie Schooners not “Glamping” The image of early pioneers settling to sleep each night, safely tucked into beds inside their respective covered wagon is not accurate! The wagons measured in at only about four feet wide and eight or nine feet long. The entire wagon was narrower than a full-size bed and only slightly longer….

The Yodelin’ Cowboy

a close up of a logo

Hank was a hard workin’ cowpoke who really earned his meager pay. He rode his *** Old Red from early dawn ’til at night he hit the hay, Fixin’ fences, ropin’ steers and brandin’ dogies in the old corral, But he had an odd addiction that gnawed on his pard’s morale! He was a happy…