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*The Council Rocks Ride*


                           Full Day Ride.


This Ride follows and meanders along the base of Cochise Stronghold in the Dragoon Mountains, you will ride the same trails used by the Apache Indians.

 This area has some of the most amazing and breath taking scenery riding through massive boulder formations and small canyons. This area is some of the best riding in Southern Arizona, you will  visit the site where Cochise and General Howard signed the Broken Arrow Peace Treaty  in 1872.

You will also discover original pictographs created 1000 years ago by the Mogollon people, later augmented by the Apache.

An unforgettable horse ride!!!

Includes bag lunch.

 Departure times may vary according to the season*.





*The Fairbank Ghost Town Ride*


             Half Day Ride.


Fairbank is a  ghost town in Cochise County, Arizona, situated next to the San Pedro River. Probably one of the better preserved ghost town you will encounter. A visit to the town is as if time stopped.

First settled in 1881, Fairbank was the closest rail stop to nearby Tombstone, which made it an important location in the development of southeastern Arizona. 

You will feel like you have traveled back in Time!!


 Departure times may  vary according to the season.* Usually Rides departure at 9 am ( until  noon)





* The Millville Ruins Ride*


              Half Day Ride.



Millville is also a ghost town and processing mill from the late 1870’s during the Silver mining boom in the region. It  became the working heart of the community, site of two ore stamp mills straddling the San Pedro River

Millville started to decline in the 1880s, as nearby Tombstone depleted its resources and the site became less profitable. 

This ride will take you through the ruins of Millville on the east bank of the river up the old Volcanic Mount and around to the high steppe desert and back into a wash leading to the San Pedero River, along the tail  is intertwined with ancient petroglyphs.


An amazing Place!



 Departure times may vary according to the season.*Rides depart at 9 am ( until  noon)





*The Hereford Bridge Trail Ride*


The Hereford Bridge Trail is a portion of the long-distance San Pedro Trail and will offer a diverse experience while riding adjacent to the San Pedro River and into the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area.

A delight to the senses, the diversity of birds, vegetation, and landscape features, it has the feel of riding in a Savanna and then climbing back into the high desert that will make your ride  a journey worth savoring.

An amazing ecosystem to discover on our Mustangs!

Approximately 2.5 hours to 3 hours








-20% deposit can be required at booking but full payment is required 24 hours before the ride.


-No refunds for cancellation less than 72hrs prior to your scheduled ride


-If you need to postpone your ride, we reserve the right to impose a $25 per person rescheduling fee


-Weight limitation: 200 pounds. The management reserves the right to refuse anyone believed to be over 200 pounds with no refund


-There will be no refunds for any rider arriving 15 minutes after their scheduled departure time.


-What to bring: -Hat


                            -wear long pant

                            -good shoes/boots


We will pack a bottle of water for you.


 * During the summer, hot season or monsoon, horseback riding is less frequent and takes place early in the morning.

For safety reasons. the management reserves the right to reschedule or cancel a ride if the weather requires it.*




** The Ranch is closed on Sundays**