Horse Adventures

Horse activities are offered to guests staying at the ranch or day visitors daily at 10am, 1pm and 4pm from May – September 2019.

Please note: The Cypress Hills Riding Academy, another great trail riding business partner is located in the Cypress Hills, Centre Block.  We are in the Cypress Hills West Block Wilderness Area.

What a way to make memories at the Historic Reesor Ranch!

2 Hour Horseback Riding Adventure – Book to ride at 10am, 1pm or 4pm.

For ages 10 and up. This is a great introduction to the horse world and riding. Help brush, saddle and get acquainted with your horse before mounting up for a ride on the beautiful and diverse terrain of the Historic Reesor Ranch. Duration of this activity includes prep and riding time. Rides are scheduled daily for 10 am, 1 pm and 4 pm. Reservations are required to get your desired ride schedule. $69 per person.


full buffet breakfast

Cowboy Breakfast Ride – Book for Breakfast at 9am, Ride at 10am.

Join us, our Wranglers and other ranch guests for a hearty ranchstyle buffet breakfast in the Ranch Hall Grill before heading out for your 2 hour Horseback Riding Adventure.  Breakfast is at 9 am and Ride goes out at 10 am.  $84 per person. ($69 for Ride and $15 for breakfast)  If you book online make sure to book the Ride and breakfast separately on your order.


Steak Supper with 8 oz AAA local beef wrapped in bacon.

Supper Ride – Book to ride at 4pm, Supper at 6pm.

Join us for a tasty supper meal at the Ranch Hall Grill at 6pm after enjoying your 2 hour Horseback Riding Adventure which starts at 4 pm.  $94 per person. ($69 for Ride and $25 for steak supper).  Price is based on AAA locally raised beef steak supper/other options are available.  If you book online make sure to book both the Ride and supper separately on your order.

2 Hour Cattle Drive 101 – Book to ride at 10am, 1pm or 4pm.

When was the last time you herded cattle on horseback? We guess…..never! Here’s your chance to experience life as a cowhand! Join the Reesor Wranglers as they gather, move and sort cattle the way it’s been done at the Reesor Ranch for over 100 years. A 2 hour Horseback Riding Adventure is required before participating in this fun and unique adventure. $93 per person.  Call to book this Ride 306-662-3498

Pony Rides – Schedule a time for your little cowpokes.

For ages 5 and under – a Wrangler will take your children on a gentle horse or pony through a fun obstacle course – one child at a time. Birthday and childrens’ parties are welcome. One hour total ride time for numerous children – $99  Call to book this Ride 306-662-3498

‘Training for Trails’ – Schedule a time for your junior Cowgirls and Cowboys.

Held in the corral and Obstacle Course. Designed specifically for learning basic horse control, safety, riding through and around obstacles and gaining confidence to ride on diverse trail terrain. Geared for 6 – 9 year olds but older children and adults are welcome. A family favorite! One hour training – $52 per person.  Call to book this Ride 306-662-3498

‘Hanging Out With Horses’ – ‘A Must Do’ activity for your group’s team building exercise.

Here’s an opportunity to connect with your group for a positive team building experience using horses in a stress free environment.   Group exercises with horses will help your team build trust and improve communication skills in a fun and relaxing setting.  One hour experience for all ages – $52 per person.  Call to book this horse activity 306-662-3498

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Tax/fee will be added to all of our Horse related activities.

A waiver must be read and signed prior to any horseback activities.

Waivers are available at the ranch or click here for a: PRINTABLE WAIVER

To help partner you with the best horse, please be prepared to answer the following questions for:

Riding experience:
– Beginner – 0 to 5 times
– Intermediate – 5 – 12 times
– Experienced – have ridden and worked with horses extensively

Weight category:
– Under 100 lbs
– Under 200 lbs
– Over 200 lbs
– Over 250 lbs

Footwear and Clothing:
Footwear should have 1/2 inch heel with maximum 2 inch heel.   No open toe shoes or sandals.  Bring layers of clothing for cool and hot weather temperature changes. Wear long pants to help protect your legs from chaffing. A tight fitting cap or Cowboy hat with tie-down strings helps to keep the sun and rain off your head.  Bug spray is recommended. Helmets (which we supply) must be worn by all riders 18 and under and are recommended for all ages. Backpacks are not recommended to carry during the trail rides, unless they are carrying essential items such as medication.


Meet our Wranglers!

Allow our team of dedicated and professional Wranglers help you create awesome Horse Adventure memories!

Julie Pelletier, Wrangler Julie comes to us from Granby, Quebec.  Enrolled in a 3 year Equine Collegial Diploma Program, she is working with us as an Intern and employee, bringing her riding skills and experiences to our Wrangler team.  Julie is bilingual and is able to engage fluently with our french speaking guests.


Joel is from an old time ranching family in the Cypress Hills.  He spent time with his grandparents as a child where he learned to love and appreciate the ranching lifestyle.  This is Joel’s second summer working with us as a Wrangler.   Joel’s enthusiasm and big smile make our guests’ rides a real pleasure.

Julia Fairbrother, Wrangler


Julia is from a nearby Consul ranching family and she comes with numerous years of experience working at a nearby trail riding business.   This will be Julia’s second summer with us, sharing her love, expertise and knowledge of horses with our guests.