Noah and Christina Gregory

“… Walk in the manner worthy of the calling with which you were called, with all humility and meekness, with patience, bearing with one another in love, careful to preserve the unity of the spirit in the bond of peace…”

Ephesians 4: 1-3

          We, Noah and Christina, got married here in Telluride and have decided to settle for good. Noah first moved to Telluride in 2005 where, eventually he met Christina, who was born and raised here in Telluride. After getting married in 2011 we took off to travel and after 3 years landed in Durango where we worked together helping run Rapp Corral in Durango, Colorado. Our dream has been to start our own horse outfit, and found that opportunity back in Telluride. Starting small, we have opened our doors offering an array of wagon rides and sleigh rides. Having our sites set for a full on outfit, we are aiming to offer trail rides and a equine therapeutic program for the disabled. Please stay tuned and follow us as we grow and we invite you to share the love of the mountains and power of horses together.

          We believe in Gods love and grace, and in His son Jesus. We believe in the way that Jesus reached out, helped, and loved ALL in need. As a reflection of our beliefs and faith, we only wish to demonstrate Gods grace through our love for one another and through our way of life. We do not discriminate against anyone due to sexuality, race, background, or any other association.



Our Drafts


Chance and Charlie are Belgian drafts. They are half brothers,15 years old, and they both weigh in at 2200 pounds!!! But please don't let their size intimidate you, they are huge teddy bears that love there noses scratched. 



Thor and Loki came from an Amish community up in Devils Tower, Wyoming. They are full brothers, 10 and 11 years old. Being Half-linger drafts, they are about half the size of Chance and Charlie.  All of them instantly got along and have become the best of friends.


Rick and Red are our newest and oldest team of Belgians. Growing up in Durango, CO and driving for many many years, they have found their way here to Telluride! 

Our Trail Boys

Both these little dudes are the start of our Trail herd. Cortez, or baby Cortez as he is known is only 3 but with the temperate behavior of a mature horse. Flash, 5, has been showing baby Cortez how to cross ditches and the art of being a trail horse! 

The herd 

Left to right: Bo, Shooter, Tabasco, Little Foot, Jasper, Flash, Oppie, Clyde


Front in shade: Cortez


Back: Cranberry