meet the horses

Tee Jay Boregard
1999 APHA
Ginger's first horse at the age of 21, he was unbroke, and extrememly emaciated.  Ginger's family bought him fed him up, and started a wonderful journey with him.  Ginger was often told that "once he gains weight he wont amount to much".  Refusing to listen to the negativity, she continued training him and believing in him.  He is now one of the most honest, trust worthy mounts with a huge heart.  One year he broke a rear leg while trick riding and he never even showed it in the arena.  Once they left the arena he picked his leg up and would not walk.  After a year recovery he was cleared by the vet to return to trick riding, and boy did he miss the lime light.  He has the heart of a champion.  Along with being intelligent and compassionate, he brings joy to fans that meet him by answering questions and giving kisses.

Dollar the wild mustang
10 year old
Bought from a BLM auction and about as wild as they come, within a few months he quickly became a trick one of the most solid trick riding mounts. He is a favorite among the team for ground work, learning new tricks and a favorite of students who learn to trick ride and western riding.  He is a great teacher for new trick riders and a solid mount for each of the girls during showtime.
  Dollar came from the Great Divide Basin, Wyoming. 

Who the Wild Mustang
Who is a 6 year old mustang from The Great Divide Basin, Wyoming. Who and Dollar are from the same herd. Ginger picked him out at the Mustang Million auction in Forth Worth, Texas.  Ginger and Who went on the 4 month journey from Wild to Mild.  He was Ginger's 6th mustang to train for a Mustang Makover event.  They did great at the competition placing 38th out of over 170 amazing competitors.  Even though Who thrived in the arena during competition, he was not quiet convinced he like trick riding and Ginger was not sure he would make the cut.  After being left behind for a month while Ginger and Josey went to California to trick ride, they came back to a different horse.  Ginger Saddled him up and tried him out one last time.  He decided he did not want to be left behind and she performed on him that weekend at his first rodeo.  He has been her solid mount since then.  
Lego as the girls like to call him is a 5 year old gelding.  Ginger met this colt as a yearling to halter break him for his owner Larry.  She got him again as a 2 year old to train under saddle. Larry developed cancer and Ginger would take Legacy to ride him around his property so that Larry could see him in action.  When Larry passed away, his wife contacted Ginger to see if she would like Legacy.  Knowing that Legacy was an amazing colt, Ginger got him and started training him for trick riding which he took to immediately.  Ginger named him Larry's Legacy and promised to remember Larry and his family thru the adventures that Legacy gets to go on.  Fast forward, Tori was in need of her own trick riding horse.  We had been searching for a while and could not find a suitable match.  Tori's family asked about Legacy, and that is where Tori and Legacy's adventure began.  

Wrights Rojo Leo
4 year old that Ginger got from as a 2 year old.  He picked up the trick riding right from the start and has started performing this year with his first show being in Austin, Texas.