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"Hi Jenn,

We go out for a 2 hour ride everyday and he has been wonderful and easy to ride. We've come across many spooky things in
the forest and his reaction is minimal, and he regains his composure quickly. Each ride gets a little better as he is
beginning to understand me and what I'm asking of him. He now runs to greet me everyday. He has met his new vet and
farrier and they are both very impressed by his good manners.  
He has brought so much joy to my life and I just wanted to thank you again for such a great guy.

Annette and GoldRush
Annette has sent me a few updates on how Goldrush is doing with his new family.  Annette has given him a wonderful and loving home.  Annette
trusted us with the purchase of Goldrush sight unseen.  They are a perfect match.  We are so happy that Goldrush gets to spend his days with
Annette and her family.  Thank you Annette for loving him so much!

" I cannot even begin to tell you how in LOVE I am with Gold Rush!! He has an old soul, a temperament that one would give anything for and a get
up and go attitude that is unmeasurable."We are taking our getting to know one another slow, building a trust and respect for each other.
HE IS THE MOST AMAZING HORSE!! Please let the people know that you got him from that he is truly loved and is being
very well taken care of.  I will send you video and pictures soon. And YES!! Use any words/quotes you want from me, EVERYTHING you
said about my horse before I got him was everything you said he would be, but you never said he was actually
more than that!! I am blown away! Never ever would I have bought a horse unseen and on the Internet I am
the happiest person on earth that  I took my chances!! A happy client of Dream Walker Horses for life!! From the
point of sale to organizing the transport for me!! Which Wings transport was SUPERB!! A safe happy horse and in
excellent health when arriving to our door!! I could go on and on but I think you get the point!! LOL!!

Your the best!!
Please have ANYONE call me for a reference, would love to tell anyone about you and your establishment who will listen!!!
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Krystal and Dasani
Krystal has been taking Dasani step by step through the Clint Anderson Series.  I have been fortunate enough to receive regular updates from
Krystal and her star student.  Krystal is investing her time into making this already wonderful 2.5yr old absolutely perfect.  
Dasani and Krystal are a perfect match!  

Update: 10/7/10
Hi Jenn,
I just wanted to update you about Dasani. We bought him from you approx 2.5 years ago when he was approx 2.5 years old.  
I think last I updated you, we were boarding him close to our house & were seeing him all the time & loving every minute of it. That boarding
location didn't work out as the owner was a real mean, grumpy guy. We had to move him farther away so we didn't see him as often. That was very
hard. We have 16 acres that we bought right after getting Dasani in hopes of moving out there, but the housing market has prevented us from
being able to sell our current house in order to move. We got rid of our other horse, but couldn't bring ourselves to sell Dasani.

Anyway, we have recently moved him about 2 miles from where we live now & are able to see him almost everyday. He is still the same sweet guy
he was back when we got him from you. He runs up to greet us or anyone else as soon as he sees them walking up. He will follow us around
anywhere we walk (whether in a stall or out on the trail). He would rather be with people than with other horses. He can hang out with any horse
without causing trouble. He will go out on the trail with or without another horse with no problems. He has never kicked, bucked, or shown any
contempt for people. We are continuing with his Clinton Anderson training that I told you about before. He's doing fantastic! He has such a
fantastic mind! He has filled out into such a gorgeous horse. He was still a bit lanky when we got him because he was so young.

I will try to send some updated pictures soon. I just thought you'd want to hear how he's doing. He is amazing! Everyone loves him because of his
personality. He is the sweetest horse I've ever met.
Mary and April
"April passed her testing for the Sheriffs Department with ease."  This is a picture Mary sent me from their application to ride in the Rose
Parade.  Mary and April look fabulous together and enjoy nature and trail rides together. "I love my girl".  They are a wonderful pair!

Thanks for the updates Mary!
Ron, Family & Geronimo and Cruise
Ron was kind enough to give me an update on Patriot.  There family owns Geronimo and then purchased Patriot (now Cruise).  

Thanks for the updates Ron!
Jessica and Chopper
Jessica sent me an update on Chopper the other week.  Jessica rides Chopper and Eric rides Outlaw's Getaway whom they adore.  It is always
wonderful to hear back from my happy horse owners.  "Eric and I could not possibly be any happier and Chopper is fantastic. He was a little
nervous for a few days and then settled down into the dream horse we had been hoping for!!"

Thanks for the updates Jessica!
John and Sterling
"Hey Hey Matt and Jenn,
Wanted to let you know that Sterling is doing awesome.  He is getting used to trails and his only fears are cactus of all things".
"All is great and I could not be happier.  PS: Everyone is jealous because he gaits so well and does it real fast and smooth. "
2/3/09-"Happy New Years 2009 from Sunny So Cal..
Sterling has only gotten better and better as well as more affectionate and loving. Holding his weight and blazing trails.
Thanks you guys!"
The Miller Family and Keno
Hi Jenn and Matt,
"I just have to thank you again for our new SSHBEA gelding, STALKER, who is now called "Keno", by the way. I wanted something to link him to
our fun Vegas adventure when buying him and the name Stalker seemed to aggressive for such a sweet horse. As you know, he is not our first
gaited horse, and our wish list was long. I am always looking for a horse that has a willing mind that stands out from the rest, and Keno had such
a laid back gentle way about him, that he really tugged my heart from day one.
When I found your site on line, and saw his photo and videos, I could tell he was a gentle horse with a good attitude. Although, I was not looking
to buy such a young horse, I loved the way in his videos that he kept his ears up and gaited smoothly as if he was smiling and really enjoying him
self. His cute little head shake and soft eyes drew me in as well. Then you told me that he was by the same stallion that your personal riding
horse is by, and how brave, gentle and confident your cute gelding is. So when you told me that Stalker was trained by the same trainer as your
gelding, that gave me reason to jump up, call you, and to put down a deposit on him, even before he left Tennessee. I would not have put down
the deposit so willingly had you not told me my deposit was fully refundable. I had never been offered that before on any of my other horses I
have purchased elsewhere. I want to thank you again for that offer. It is what brought us to all the way from California to your barn in Nevada.
Your patience with all my questions and your customer service was top notch. My only disappointment was that Stalker was smaller than stated
by his trainer in TN, but his gait, gentle way and willing attitude was just as nice as I expected so that out weighed my disappointment once I rode
him. He is indeed filling out nicely now and I am not worried about his size any more. My farrier loves his hooves, and we pulled his shoes and he
is gaiting as nicely bare as he did with his shoes on. He is my diamond in the rough, and it will be fun to watch him grow into himself.
In the two months I have had him home with me in CA, he has never given me any trouble. For not even being 3 yrs old yet, he is brave,
confident, trailers perfectly, ties quietly, rides out alone, neck reins, and side passes and parks out now too!
So far, he is not afraid of traffic, construction, dogs, farm animals, bicycles, wind, new places, balloons (as you can see from the attached photo),
flags, nothing yet that I have showed him has rattled him. Just as his TN trainer stated, he seems to be "carefree", and I am enjoying our lessons
and trail time together. He is a very willing student.
I just wanted to say Happy Holidays, and thank you again for our new trail buddy.
The new year will be brighter because we bought our new horse from you! "
The Millers in California
The Koppel Family and Sunny & Stormwatch
The Koppels bought two great horses from us (Sunny and Stormwatch).  These horses were bought over the Internet.  The Koppel family put allot
of trust in me and our horses.  This is an email I received from them shortly after they received their two beautiful horses.  "Here are some pics!
We didn't switch over to a child's saddle yet when the photos were taken, and still ... she sat up there, walked around with them ... and there
were no worries!"
"She is only two ... and she had no problems feeling safe and secure on these guys, and getting them to respond to her in the round pen. She
was a very happy girl! We have five children, and my daughter and younger son have never had an experience like this on any other horse.
These horses are loved and will be ridden a lot!"  6/5/08 Sunny is now being used as a lesson horse.

It is wonderful when great horses are appreciated and loved in their new homes. Thank you for trusting me.  I love my job!
Thanks for the updates!
This page is dedicated to all of the wonderful people that we have had the opportunity to match
with great horses.  Nothing makes Matt or I happier than receiving an update from our happy
horse owners.  Placing our loved horses into forever homes where they are cherished makes our
hearts sing.  Thank you all for trusting us to match you with your trail partners and life friend.
These are unsolicited updates from our past customers.
(Most of these are from those who have purchased their horse over the internet/sight unseen.)  

Thank you all for making our endeavor at Dream Walker Ranch  so gratifying!
Keith and Ace
Ace arrived to his new home in Louisiana.  After he arrived Keith was nice enough to send me an update on their new family member Ace.
"Ace is SO perfect.
Please let me know when you have more just like Ace. Our 10 year old son Hunter would bring Ace from the barn and upstairs to his room if he
could. What a perfect horse.
Thank you!"

Thank you Keith for giving Ace a great new home where he will be loved.  
"Hi Jenn,  We are so happy with Baracus, he is adjusting well and has made friends with the TW mare  at his new home.  He is so happy to have all
the attention he is getting from all of us. He is just a big puppy dog."  
" Thanks so much for everything.  We will probably be back to look at getting 1 more a few months down the road. Donnie  is really enjoying him
to and will probably  want one of his own too."

Baracus is so happy to be with his new family.  When we trailered him to his new home we could tell that he was finally where he was meant to
be.  Champ has a wonderful family that will love & care for him & give him all the attention he deserves.
He is very special horse that we will miss.  Thank you for the updates!  
David, Sallie and Mystic

Wow what a beautiful photo.  Thank you David and Sallie for giving Matt and I the privilege of helping you find your horse.  Mystic has a family
that loves him and that means the world to us.  Thank you for caring for him and sharing your photos with us.  Happy Trails!
"Hi Jenn, I've meant to write you several times.  Things are going fantastic with Dream Catcher.  I love having him more than I even imagined!!"
"I hope we cross paths again someday.  I will always be greatfull I found you....and Dream Catcher!!"

Val and Dream Cather were meant to be.  From the minute she saw him there was something that drew her to him.  When Val rode Dream Catcher
you could tell that feeling was mutual.  Those two hit it off from day one.  
We wish you many happy years together and happy trail!
Thanks for the updates!
Linda and Reggie
Linda sent us an update on how she and Reggie (formerly known as Diamond Cutter) are doing in Arizona.

"Hi Jenn..........I cannot begin to tell you what an awesome, calm and perfect horse Diamond Cutter has been so far!  I have renamed him Reggie.  
There is not a thing I can find that scares this guy! Thank you SO much for suggesting him for me.............I see you've sold three more since
him.......great!  If I ever need or want another horse, you'll be the first one I come to.......and send my friends to.........and the experience was so
pleasureable........thanks so much again for everything!
Thank you Linda.  Linda and Reggie are a perfect fit.  We are so happy Reggie gets to spend his days with you!
Happy Trails Linda- Jenn
Kayla and Salem
Kayla sent me an update on Maverick (now Salem).  
"He truly is very special to me. I recently lost a horse very close to me. I didn't think I had enough space in my heart to give to another horse. But
then I met Maverick (now know as "Salem") and he changed everything. He truly is a blast and has a great personality.
If I am ever in the market for a second horse I will be give you guys a holler."
Maverick was an awesome horse!  We are so glad that he has an owner who appreciates and loves him.
Julie, Gary and Chili
Gary sent us an update on how Chili (Firestone) is doing .  "I just wanted to tell you how much we appreciate Chile (Firestone).  He
is everything we wanted and expected and you were so truthful in your description of him, we started dreaming of Chili before we visited
you.  I can truely say he is exactly what we expected so our dreams actually did come true.  If we are ever in the market for another horse you
guys are on the top of the list.  If you ever need a reference please let  us know we will give you a 5 gold star rating.  We feel lucky and
think that if you only get one chance in a lifetime to get a perfect horse  we just found ours.  Thanks again and don't worry he will be loved as
part of our family for the rest of his life."
Gary Smallwood
Chile is so lucky to have such a wonderful and loving family. Gary and Julie are the type of horse owners that make me smile everyday when I
wake up.  Their is nothing that makes us happier than knowing a that a special horse like Chili has owners that love him and see his inner
beauty.   Thanks for the updates Gary!  We wish you and Julie the best!
Nancy and Zeus
" ZEUS  is one of the best things ever to come into my life....He is everything you said and MORE !!!!!!"
"He is such a people horse....He truly LOVES people and "most" of all, Zeus and i have already developed a true "rapor"......he is so kind and
sweet, I tried to turn him into the arena the other day to let him "run" and all he did was "follow-me" .....I took him into the center of the arena and
took halter off and would walk back to gate and I'd turn around and Zeus was "right-behind-me"  !!!!!!!!!!!!   like he was saying "don't leave me all
alone out here"....so I just saddled him and rode........Unbelieve'able......Just love him with all my heart........"

Nancy and Zeus were meant to be together.  There was no doubt in our minds after we saw how found they were of each other after just one
ride.  We are so happy that Zeus is getting lots of love from Nancy!  Thanks for loving him as much as you do and thanks for the update!
Tami and Aspen
Aspen is now at her new home in California.  Here is an update from her new owner and our new friend Tami.
"Well, Aspen has been home for over a week.  She is settling well, and is such a solid horse, no spook, no surprises. I have ridden her
several times, and my daughter Amy is riding her as well.  She is such a sweet loving mare."  
"The other ladies on the ranch have fallen for her beauty and sweetness as well."   

Thanks for the update Tami.  We are glad to hear that you are both doing so well.
"Just wanted to let you know how they have been doing, and that we love them both so much, my husband even really enjoys them and he is not
a real horse person. So thank you again and we will send some pictures soon."

Thank you for giving these two special horses such a loving and wonderful home.  We look forward to seeing the pictures!
Tracey, Delaney & Major General
Tracey and Delaney are the new owners of Major General.  He has joined a wonderful loving family.  
Major General will join Poseidon and Romeo in  Washington State.
Here is an update from Tracey:  "Hi Jenn, just wanted to drop you a quick note.  We just got back from the barn , Major arrived at about 1:00am,
We all absolutely adore him. Even Craig was taken by him.  What a nice mellow guy, due to the size of the trailer we unloaded on the road and
walked him in to the barn its a pretty long and very dark drive way , he was very good not spooked at all. Once we got to the barn he just wanted
to hang out with us. Had him out in arena and he would keep coming back to us.  Anyway he seems to be wonderful and a lot like Romeo. Jenn
thank you so much for everything you have done for us and I can't say it enough we love our three boys and they will always have a loving home
with us.  Have a nice holiday and I'll be in touch soon.  Thanks again  Tracey "
Jessica and Somerset
Hi Jenn,
Just wanted to let you know that Somerset is doing great (I decided to keep his name b/c it really seems to fit him). After his cross country trip, it
took a couple of days for him to settle in but he is now more relaxed. We have been taking our time getting to know one another with lots of
grooming and walks. I rode him for the first time yesterday and he was wonderful. He is everything that I was looking for in a horse! Everyone in
the barn comments on how well behaved and sweet he is. Thank you so much for helping me choose him, buying a horse off the Internet can be
a little bit leery, but he is exactly how you described him to be and I couldn't be happier. He is very loved!!
Thanks again. Jessica
John and Liberty
"You were 100% correct.  She is a sweetheart.  She loves attention and comes right to me every time I go out.  I think she likes the attention
better than hay."  "I really feel fortunate.  Thank you."
"I rode Liberty today and she was great."  "She continues to want attention and always comes to me when I go out to the pasture.  
Thank you again for a great horse. "
"Liberty has her own personality.  She is like one of my dogs.   I am finishing a chukar pen for training birds inside the horse pasture.  It is
located there to keep it distant from my dogs.  Liberty is right over my shoulder no matter what I do.  I hammer, drill and pound and she just stays
right there.  Today I was down on my hands and knees stapling wire when Liberty took a pair of pliers out of my back pocket and dropped them
on my back.  She always tips the ladder over if I leave it standing and she has picked up several different tools.  Later in the afternoon she got
bored so she laid down about 15 feet from where I was doing a lot of hammering and went to sleep.  She is a kick. Her gait ain't bad either!
Thanks for a unique horse."
Vicki and Mocha
Vicki and Mocha are just the cutest couple.  Vicki sent me some updates on Mochas and he is just a clown in the barn.  Just too funny!
stall) around in his mouth.   So I bought him some dog toys.  Yep, you heard it right - dog toys.  Rubber hoops (large) and a twisted rope.   They
(other boarders) stand by his stall to watch him play with these and his jolly ball.   They said he twirls the rope around like a helicopter and then 3
interconnected hoops all over the place.  I've never had a horse that loves to play like he does.  I can't work on his feet unless he tickles the
think he wants them to "throw back" his toys.   His Uncle Jimmy's hanging ball hung in his stall forever because he didn't know what it was.  Then
one day I noticed it was completely gone.  Turns out he discovered it was good, figured out how to pull it off of it's rope and ate the whole thing!   
When I brought him a replacement, he began eating it while it was still in my hand and went right for it after I hung it for him. He is such a
character!"  " I'm really crazy about him, Jenn - he is so neat.   Thank you. "   Vicki

"I can't begin to tell you how much joy Mocha brings to me.  He truly is a heart mender.  Today at the barn I ran into a lady who is in the process of
buying a horse and boarding it there.   She said "you own Mocha don't you?" "Yes" I answered.  "What a lover he is!  We've had long
conversations together".   I get that from almost everyone at the barn.   The young riders line up at his stall to watch him play with his dog toys."   
visit in August - she's bringing her horse too - and we're going to ride the trails up there for a week.   I think he'll enjoy that, don't you?  He loves
to cuddle and comes at a fast pace when I call him.  He's so neat!!!!!!  Thank you again.  Vicki"
Stacey and Tuxedo
Hi, just wanted to give an update.  Tuxedo is settling in well.  She has great ground manners and has been easy to handle.  She stands
quietly to be brushed etc.  It is quite windy here and she is not the slightest bit spooky.  She is getting along with our other 2 horses well.  I
have yet to ride her-with the wind chill it is about 2 degrees.....
I have 5 and 3 year old children so ground manners/pasture manners are extremely important to me.  I love her already, she is going to be
my forever horse.  I will update you when I ride her.
Thank you again,
Cinnamon and Danielle
This is a letter from Danielle.  She is a young girl who has owned Cinnamon for a year now.  Cinnamon was a 2.5yr old when her mother bought
him for her.  He is a wonderful horse that has a great family to spend his life with.  This is her update on there time together.
allot of fun together the other day i has reading Horse Illustrated and their was a riders bucket list like things to do before u die anyway one of
the things on the list was to ride a gaited horse and it made me think how lucky i am no not only have ridden one but to have one of my own i
hope every thing is going good at the ranch cinnamon is doing great he also extremely intelligent when my friend and I are riding and we stop
"Hi this is Danielle,  I am happy to say I have had cinnamon [woodstalk] [triggers vigilante] for a year now he is the sweetest thing and we've had
and talk for a few minutes he will copy every move of the other horse she puts her foot fwd he does to she itches it he will to sometimes he will
even copy me! When I lean to the side he will tilt his head he's a real cutie pie.  PS He loves rolling in the snow pretty big change from last year
being afraid of it well gotta go talk to you later bye."  -Danielle-
Doreen and Giovanni
"Hope all is well in Las Vegas ! Just thought I’d let you know how great Giovanni is doing. He really is the sweetest little guy. The weather is
finally starting to cooperate and the snow has melted.  Dennis and I have gotten him out on trail with another horse approx. 15 x’s, so far he has
been wonderful. We’ve encountered numerous deer, dogs and even the occasional gaggle of wild turkeys. "
"Jenn thanks again for everything and I’ll forward you some pictures in the future.
Sincerely, Doreen
P.S. When I’m ready for another one I will be calling you."
John and Firestone Affair/Clyde
"Hi Jenn, I've been super busy traveling to field trials every weekend.  Just a quick note to tell you that (Firestone Affair) Clyde, marked like a
Clydesdale, is working out very well.  He gets about four hours a day at each weekend trial day, two and three day events.  His neck reining has
Just a gentle squeeze and he is off to the races.  He has no tendencies towards being herd bound which is another big bonus.  He is also getting
used to flopping bird bags being handed up to me and then going out on our own and planting the live birds.  We spend a lot of time in a
run/walk and that is his smoothest gait.  His endurance looks to be good even though I will not tire him out due to his age.  Last weekend he
proved his ability to handle mud and extreme rocky surfaces."  "He has adapted well to long hauls in the trailer, 5 to 7 hours, and he gets along
well with my old gelding.  Clyde will be a veteran field trial horse by the end of the spring season."
"Thanks Jenn
Country did a great job delivering the horses.  We rode the horses today.  They did great (Commander really fought taking the bit though).  
They both rode great.  
We could not be happier.  Of all web sites we looked at and the trips we took trying out horses your description of the horses temperament and
capability was right on.  No exaggerations. You arrange great transportation and made everything enjoyable and easy.
Thanks for everything. Excellent job!
I attached a picture of Liberty and Commander at their new home.
Cindy and Cimmaron
Hi Jennifer, Matt ,

Cimmaron (formerly Battle Dollar) and I made it home safe and sound! I was totally fried! It was an 11 hour trip and Hwy 99 is an absolutely horrible
freeway!!! Bumpy, patched up and full of trailer rocking uneven pavement. I kept cringing thinking what poor Cimmaron must be going through.
But he came through it all great. I stopped every 4 hours for a 40 minute rest.  
When we arrived home it was completely dark out......AND!!!......we have NO street lights around here. So with a flash light, Jack and I lead
Cimmaron through the "horse eating monster gauntlet"! Soooo many new scary sights, sounds and  smells for a new horse to take in after such a
long and exhausting drive. Cimmaron took it all in and proceeded through it all perfectly!!! I was amazed!!! And relieved! A very dicey situation to
say the least!  I was very concerned  for his and my safety. Whew! Just thinking about all that could have gone wrong makes me cringe.
Your horses really live up to what you say about them!!! I can't thank you enough for being the fantastic horse people that you are!  You folks
really have a top notch business with many wonderful horses to choose from. I feel that I found the perfect match for me and my husband's riding
ability. Cimmaron has such a loving and even temperament. A joy to be around.
Jack fell in love with Cimmaron instantly! In fact he is claiming him as his very own horse! Saying that this is his birthday present! Cool, huh? I
can't wait for him to get up on him for that first ride.
As far as Cimmaron and Comanchero go, it looks like they are a good fit. No pinned ears and bared teeth. I'm keeping them separated until
Cimmaron settles in and they get used to each other.

Thank You again for everything!
Cindy Sinclair
Charlene & Cheyenne
Hi Jenn,
"Well, we're home ( no thanks to the wind), but Cheyenne was good after we got going.  By the time we got here he was soooo ready to get
out of that trailer.  He unloaded fine, but was a little scared of an ATV cover flapping in the wind, but never tried to run away or pull back.  
He's a real trooper.  Cheyenne let me put on his fly face with no problem.  When I put a blanket on him, he wasn't sure what I was going to
summer clothes on and we are still in sweat pants).  
He and Roc seem to be getting along great.  Playing over the fence.  I won't let out together for another couple of days because we have
rain and thuderstorms coming tonight and Saturday.  
I can't thank you and Matt enough for letting buy him. Meeting you and Clyde was such a pleasure.   Cheyenne is  going to fit into our
family just fine.  He is everything I had been hoping for and more.  He's not sure where he is yet, but he's not overly concerned either. If
he gets worried he just looks for us and he seems to feel better.  I just love that boy.
Thank you both again and loved the picture,
Charlene, Ed and Cheyenne
P.S.  He has met the two dogs and 7 barn cats too"
Linda and Pepper
Hi Jenn,
"So after it rained all week, really poured with major storms, I finally got a chance to ride Pepper.
I rode a little, on Friday, with my horse riding teacher. She was very impressed with Pepper, and she is not impressed easily. She said he is a well
trained horse! Pepper still seemed a little jumpy and out of sorts, but gets better each day.
Today, I played with Pepper, by myself, and did the desensitizing like the Clinton Anderson/Parelli type of ground work. At first he was pretty
nervous, but he relaxed and learned the program very quickly. This is a VERY smart horse!! I think it helped him to relax more, and get used to
me.  And, for the first time in my life, I saddled him up and went for a ride by myself!!! up and down my driveway and the road. He was terrific!! He
walked on a loose rain, and then did a slow gait when I asked.
He was pretty preoccupied by all the new sights and sounds going on around him, as there are donkey's, mules, other horses, sheep, goats etc,
but all the more amazing he did so well!  It was exhilarating, to say the least, and now I feel so thrilled and grateful to have a horse like this. And I
can go slow when asked. And when he gaits, well, that is his speciality!!  By the way, I am calling him sweet pepper, instead of sargent pepper. It
has a different feeling about it, but the name Pepper definitely suits him. "  
" Thank you again for such a wonderful horse. All the more remarkable since I bought him from the Internet without ever seeing him or riding
him!!! Just on your say so!
In gratitude,
Linda "
Hello Jenn...
Just a quick note of thanks to you for selling me such a wonderful horse.
wild pigs.  Quite a ride! Casanova handled it better then most of the seasoned pros. He was amazing and a pure joy to ride. My riding friends
praise from all present. More then one person asked me where on earth I had found such a great  little guy. I'm sure that several of them will be
viewing your website with great interest this week, ha.
attached to him. That plan didn't work! He is such a sweet, trusting, happy guy. Also, he keeps us laughing,  as he is a bit of a goofball when not
working- - -  he thinks  everything is a toy! The horse balls and cones that I packed away years ago are finally getting some use.
Thank you Jenn for pairing me with a horse that is so perfect for me. I'm feeling like a 'horsecrazy kid' again (at 48 yrs.!!!!!) --- what a gift and a joy.
My thanks to you.
Wishing you the best always,

UpDate: 7/7/09
Just got back from a lovely ride today with my wonderful steed.
We did our first big mountain climb this morning and Smokey went up and down the rocky trail like a mountain goat. He is so sure footed and
brave. He really pays attention to his feet..... lifting them high and clear on step-overs and at the same time, really moving out. I just can't say
enough good about him, he is an awesome trail buddy !  
Updates & Testimonials
Stacey and Bandit's Little Tumbleweed
"She is a doll and a perfect match for us.  She knows what children are-you can see her slow down, walk more carefully and lower her head for
my kids to pet.  In short, she is beautiful, loving, family friendly and a joy to ride.
I will send some pictures shortly.
Thank you more than words can say."
"I have ridden Bandit, and he is just a dream horse for sure!!!  He has the smoothest gait!!  We love them both.  I have to tell you, I gave Apache a
bath a few days ago.  I knew he would be fine since I watched him take a bath on your videos, and of course he was.  So next was Bandit. I was a
little hesitant, but I should not have worried one minute, he stood there like a pro."  " I can spray them with fly spray, ride the quads around them,
my husband runs the tractor, nothing bothers them!!  Jenn, I am so happy with these horses, I can't tell you how much we love them!!! I'll try to
send some pictures soon and let you know how Apache does with his first ride tomorrow morning.  I'm very excited to actually get to finally ride
him.  Linda "
"Hi Jenn:  Thought I'd follow up my other e-mail and let you know that Apache did GREAT on our first ride together.  He went through the creek,
over logs, over bridges, just like a trooper.  My husband Roy rode Bandit and we were both so impressed with how smooth their gaits are.  I still
can't believe that I bought TWO horses at once, sight unseen off the internet...and both of them are fabulous.
Apache is just such a lover...he's almost like a huge puppy. Thank you so much for both of our wonderful new trail partners!"
Rhonda and Nevada Black Jack
"Hello Matt and Jenn,
I wanted to drop you a line and let you know how things have progressed with Black Jack (Midnight Run).  We have been trail riding in the
mountains on a regular basis due to the heat here.  We have had some amazing rides and Jack is doing great.  He is the lead horse on most rides
although he is still not very comfortable in that role.  But he crosses water easily and climbs rocks like a billy goat so the others follow willingly.   
We have gone to a gaited horse clinic and are taking weekly lessons to work on proper framing, working off of the hind and improving gait
(mostly consistency).  He gets along well with his pasture mates and has put on some pounds due to a good grass year.  Jack is a real sweetheart
and willingly comes to me in the pasture, even when he sees us loading the trailer.  I am very attached to him.  He still has a tendency to be a bit
spooky at times, but I don't put up with it and I think he will grow out of it.  I am sending along some photos of our rides.  If the original owner is
interested, please send this along and let them know Jack is loved and well taken care of.  Thanks.
Hope you enjoy the photos.
Linda and Charmer
"Hi Jenn,
Thanks for your quick response regarding the back shoes of Suave/Charmer. I will discuss this with my farrier.
I just want to tell you that I absolutely love this horse. I had the best time ever on a horse today with him. I rode him on a trail near my house for
over 3 hours, and he was excellent. We are bonding well and I know he is enjoying it here.( he is also in good shape, as the other horses were
huffing and puffing). One of the other horses was in heat, and he didn't care a bit.
I worry sometimes that he will have bad habits like my other horses, but I have to tell you that he is the perfect horse for me right now. He is not
fighting with me over who is boss, rather, he calmly does what he is asked, and with such ease.
I even got into his smooth gait for a little while today, which felt great.
His calmness helps me get and stay calm, and he is so easy to do anything, just a light touch and he goes and he stops on command.      I am
thrilled and grateful to have a horse like this. Even my neighbors, who constantly joke with me for all the horses I have bought and sold, know I
finally got the right one. Wow, it feels amazing!! I have finally found my dream horse!!!
Thank you Jenn.
Peni, Family and Cimi, Kodiak, Defender,Copper

"This email is long overdo!!  We hope all is well in Las Vegas with you and your family, and that business has been well.  John, the girls and I have
been having such a fantastic time with our new family members.  Our riding experiences have been so wonderful.  We appreciate and enjoy our
time with Cimi, D, Kodi and Copper!  We've picked a few pictures from a recent ride to share with you.  We hope you enjoy them!  They seem to
love the open spaces and they get along so well.  John and I are finalizing the design of a new equine center that will include six stalls, two wash
stations, a tack room, and rider dressing area and a covered arena.  I'll do better at updating you on events and photos of the boys!  We
appreciate you taking the time to work with John and I and matching us up with some truly special animals.  We love them!

Thanks again!
Peni "
Katie, Jacob and Spirit
Hi Jennifer,
"I rode him out today, and he did very well.  He had no problem with barking dogs, motorcycles, or even the emus that live down the street.  I was
very impressed.  Even our other very calm horse freaked out at those.  He gets along well with our other horse, and the kids love him.  I'm
attaching a few photos of them."
"My son, Jacob, has really taken to Spirit, even more than my older daughter, Gena (a.k.a "Spirit").  He has ridden Spirit twice, by himself (with me
leading him).  Usually before he would want me to ride with him.  And Spirit likes the baby.  He tries to sniff her feet, which would fit right up his
nose!   I am in love with Spirit.  He is gorgeous! I love just looking out the window at him.  And he is so sweet and easy going.  Yesterday I rode
him through our streets to the state park.  It was so nice to just ride out without worrying about what my horse would do.  His gaits are fun too.  I
had never ridden a gaited horse before."  
"Thank you for finding Spirit for us.  I'll give you a call if I ever convince my husband to get a horse of his own."
Larry  and  Bandit
The pictures were taken from my daughter’s phone so they are not the best quality.  
We unloaded Bandit about 2:00 pm (5 hours in the trailer today, 2 hours yesterday), let him rest for a few hours then took him into the hills.  As
can be expected, he was a little nervous / uncertain at first (particularly when we took him out solo).  
However, once we got on the trails  (I am using the term trails loosely – most of the time we were following narrow deer trails through the talk
grass and scrub oak) , he was flawless  – I would just point him at a deer trail and he would take it without hesitation.  
FYI, I used a mild Wonder bit with a curb strap and maintained slight hand pressure (when we were on the trail I just let him pick his own speed –
which was always either his fast walk or canter).  He did so well on the bit, I am going to try him on a basic snaffle.  
"I had Bandit on a 14 mile cattle drive on Saturday.   Then had him rounding up cattle for 3 hours in blowing snow today.  Again, he was flawless.  
He is so quick and athletic that he does the work of two horses.
He is also becoming more accustomed to working with me.  At one point I dismounted to open a gate.  I just left him standing with reins draped
over the saddle horn and walked over to the gate and opened it.  He didn’t move until I had the gate open.  Then he calmly walked through the
gate to where I was standing (without me giving him any cues).   I got on and we kept going.
His only “vice” is that he wants to GO and other horses can’t keep up!  (and that he is at the bottom of the pecking order and won’t stand up for
Please let me know if you get another Bandit caliber horse (i.e., athletic, willing, etc.)  I may be interested in picking up another like him.
Larry "
Lisa and Rock Star
young has its advantages (spooking at bushes or other horses) that makes him a fun ride!  We are learning and growing together.  He has been
all over Hernando County riding with horse friends and everyone is impressed with his personality, looks and abilities.  He is being shown this
weekend locally by one of the girls at my barn- I will send some pictures!  I absolutely love him!!"
UPDATE: 1/21/10
Hi Jenn-
"look at the fabulous pictures that I took today of Rock with a new headstall/breast plate on today!  Look how BIG he has gotten.....wow!!  
He's is so good and very sweet, I LOVE this horse! "
Suzanne and Revolver
Hi Jenn,
pleasure. Thank you again and Happy Holidays.

Suzanne Elliott"
Annie and Teddy
Hi Jenn,
Finally got some pics of my Teddy Bear.  He is the best!!!  I absolutely love this boy, he is definitely my forever horse!
Thanks a million!
UPDATE: 1/26/10
Hi Jenn and Matt,
"Just wanted to let you know that I fall more in love with my Teddy Bear every day.  He is the best little trail partner and I plan on growing old with
this boy.  I've tried other horses since purchasing him and I just don't understand why anyone would have anything other than a gaited horse!  
What's the attraction to posting a trot????   
I hope to purchase another Dream Walker horse next year.  I'd hoped to get one this year to give Teddy a barn buddy, but after purchasing a
home and new truck the savings is gone!  So if you could save Masterpiece for me for a year it would be greatly appreciated!!!"
Sandra and Angelo
"Oh Jennifer,   Angelo is absolutely gorgeous! He arrived with Mitch tonight about 10:30pm CST. It was hard to wait these 5 days, and I was
worried about his long ride, but he seemed to have tolerated things just fine! Even for me, a beginner, he followed me into a totally new stable
and arena, and was very manageable. He got a chance to kick up his heels a bit in the arena, and is settling in tonight in the adjoining paddock.
I'll spend the day with him tomorrow (perfect timing, right on my 50th birthday!). More updates to come!"
Update: 1/8/10
"Angelo is a good match for me. Very tolerant of a beginner. He's a bit on the lazy side, but much better than a flighty horse."
Lynne, Dean & Jackson & Durango
First let me tell you that we LOVE our horses.  This email has been awhile coming because we've had so much snow here that our riding was
limited for a few weeks.  We tried to go everyday, though,  after the snow melted and before Dean had to go back to DC.  So we can finally say
with assurity that we are very happy with our purchase.  
The big buckskin's name is Jackson and Dan is now named Durango....after the Las Vegas cross street near you.  (Grand Teton didn't roll off the
tongue:)  They are both friendly and adorably curious about everything and everyone.  Both of their ground manners are fabulous.  So easy to
mount and dismount, tack up and lead.  
Durango has such a cute personality.  His ground manners are even better than Jackson's.  So calm and patient; will stand forever wherever you
leave him.  His gaiting is so smooth and he loves to do it, even on the trail.  He is still 5 years old, so he is more easily startled by new things.  But
so far he only does the "4-footed plant" if spooked.  He never spins or runs or has any other dangerous reaction. "
"  Jackson is so calm and even-keeled.  Perfect for my husband.  He NEVER spooks or gets nervous.  His has a great stretched-out walk.  He is a
little pushy with his head when being lead, or handled, like he's been allowed to take advantage of less-experienced riders, by shoving them
with his nose to move where he wants.  Luckily Dean is 6'4" and very strong and he doesn't ever let Jackson get away with it. I can already see an
improvement.  His gaiting isn't quite as smooth as Durango's, but his lope is to die for and it's Dean's new favorite thing to do on him!  He had a
slight respiratory infection when he arrived from all that trailering in December.  But a round of antibiotics and he's good as new.  We love his
size and beautiful coloring.
We are so happy with our new companions that we are strongly considering getting our 14 yr. old her own horse.  She will also be riding in
parades with us for the next 3 years.  She likes to trail ride with us periodically on weekends too."
Thanks again for two great horses.  
Hope you enjoyed your vacation.

UPDATE 2/9/10
I have only been able to ride Flashy Star AKA "Triscuit" once since Tues. when he arrived, but he is fabulous.  Emmy has been sick in bed, so
Dean and I took him out and he was so calm and well behaved, I couldn't believe it!  He actually took the lead in a new area, new ride, new rider
and never flinched.  People, dogs, ducks, water, signs, trashcans, huge trees, and he never missed a beat.  We are very happy. I feel so good
about putting Emmy up on him.  She thinks he is beautiful and spent all Tues. evening at the ranch kissing him on the nose, which he also stood
patiently through."
Thanks and thanks, once again, for a great horse,
Jack, Sarah and Smokey
Hey Jenn,
"This is Sarah, My grandpa bought Smokey form you. He just loves him, he really is a great horse. Thank you so much for helping us find him :)"
Sarah 2/26/10
Update 3/24/10
I have been riding Smokey on the trails 3 or 4 times a week since I bought him from you in Jan. and have been really enjoying him.  Besides being
Thank you for selling me such a wonderful horse,
Sandi and Lucky Spirit
"Hi Jenn……..I cannot believe so much time has elapsed since Lucky (now known as Panache) came to me and I have not written to you.  I want
you to know he is the love of my life and we are true buddies in every way.  I could not be more pleased.  We are getting ready to get involved in
organized trail riding.  I can no longer imagine being without him!  Buying him sight unseen over the Internet was spooky (a little) but my gut told
Thanks again…..I always enjoy seeing what is new on your web site…I will send a picture when the weather turns and he is “spiffy clean”.  
Val, Mike and Chief
Hi Jenn,
" When I brought my husband over to try horses he was a bit apprehensive as he is still learning to ride.  We followed your recommendation and
tried Chief.  Chief was wonderful with my husband, displaying a patient, kind and willing attitude at all times.  We have had him home about a
week now and he continues to be the perfect gentleman.  We rode him out today in 35mph winds and he was wonderful.   My husband loves him
and is gaining confidence with every ride.  Obviously we are thrilled and would recommend your horses to anyone looking for a lovely, well
trained gaited horse."
Many thanks,

Val and Mike
Contenders first ride.  We fit well together and he is very happy.   I have to share with you the day I was trying my saddles on him.  I have two
saddles and neither fit him so by the time I was done trying them out I had to just put them away.  Well, he was not pleased at all, he thought he
was going to go for a ride.  I thought this was very cute because you could tell he wasn’t happy LOL
He was very pleased to get moving today and he did sooooooo good.  He was patient while I tried to figure out his cues.  I found them and then
we rocked!  He is a true pleasure and I can’t wait to get him outside; what a trusting sole he is.
Thank you so much again I’ve found my match

Update: 7/17/10
"Hi Jenn,
I’ve taken him on several trail rides and he’s awesome!!! Here we’re out on thousands of acres just clipping along having a good time.
He loves to get out.  Thanks again soooo much I truly love him very much.
Lesley Woods"
Dear Jenn,
"I have to start off by saying, " I love this boy so much!". We are having so much fun together. I have taken him out several times and just enjoy
him more and more each time. I feel more confident on him now. He does spook at things, but he's not crazy. I have gotten off him a few times in
situations, but he's much braver the next time. I have started calling him Dakota because Gypsy just didn't fit him. I learned that Dakota means
friend to everyone and this seems more like him. I am so thankful to you that you were willing to give him up. I promise you he will have a
wonderful life where he is loved and taken great care of. I can't believe he just turned 4 in February. I am so excited of our long future together.
We are already in the process of drawing up plans to build a barn for him at our vacation home in Big Bear. I've gone out a lot with my husband,
daughter, and brother with them on their mountain bikes and it's so funny when they get out of sight, Dakota always winneys for them. He is so
cute. I will keep you posted. Thank you so much Jenn!"

"Hi Jenn,
I just wanted to give you an update you on Voo Doo. I migrated his name to Voo Doo Dust, and then Dustani. He seems to like it, and everyone
says it fits him. So that is his new call-name. The first weekend I just led him around a lot, so he could get used to his new surroundings, and to
me and me to him. And he did very well.
The second weekend I had two round-pen lessons with him, both under saddle. That was when I felt my first true gait! He was awesome! And I
discovered he is very sensitive to both leg and hand cues and would do whatever I asked him to.
Even with my beginner hands. He was absolutely wonderful.
The third weekend, last weekend, I went on my first trail ride with him on Friday. There were four of us and two dogs. We rode on the side of a
quiet 2-lane street and then into the woods. He did very well with both the passing cars and the tight winding trail through trees. On Saturday
there were five of us, and we encountered the strangest obstacles you could imagine, and the most I’ve ever encountered on a horse: a fallen
birch tree we had to duck under like an arch, horses running in a nearby field, a long line of motorcycles, a long line of bicycles, high winds on a
ridge top, flapping “for-sale” signs, barking running dogs, a large clanking utility truck, huge white barrels lined up in a hay field, a garbage dump
filled with flapping plastic bags, strange looming farm equipment parked beside the trail, and two llamas. Dustani did great every single time. He
looked at each thing suspiciously, but then bravely walked right by. He is so cute they way he looks around with his ears cocked forward, he
really more curious than worried. The only time he spooked was when all of the other horses did first. And guess what it was for? A lady working
in her garden below us! Who would have guessed? lol It was funny. And he did not un-seat me or scare me at all.
On Sunday we went on a long trail ride (3 hours) to Crevasse Moraine (a beautiful mountain trail here), and he was just amazing (again!)!! He is so
easy to ride and so smooth; so trust-worthy. I am beginning to trust him. And I think we are becoming friends. He even nuzzled me after our ride.
I don’t know how you find these horses. It just seems like magic to me, but you did do it again with him. I wanted you to know that, and I wanted
you to know that I am happy.
So I guess I can say, “So far so good. Really better than good: Wonderful!!”
Thanks again, Jenn.
Victoria Faeo
"Hi Jenn!
I just wanted to write you and let you know how much we enjoy Jazzy… she is such a wonderful horse!
She has really shown us what she can do up on the trails this last month or so and she is Dorians little pride and joy. LOL!
We can put the halter on her and lead her around while my little niece rides her or we can hop on and get one heck of a ride!  
Thank you so much… we are very glad we have brought her into our family!
Oh and PS… since she loves Dorian so much, I have found if I give her some oats, she loves me just as much!  ;)
Francine and Deputy Dog

Many people have come and gone in my life, but you my,equine angel,
have made it possible for me (an ole' lady of 67)  to have my Dream Walker!!
I really hold a lot of respect for you.  We had some ups & downs
but  you bending over backwards, is putting mildly!!!
I will w/love, spread the word for Dream Walker Ranch.
I wish I could tell your Parents what a WONDERFUL job they did teaching you
how to be a very compassionate person in life.
You are very caring for your horses and your people you deal with
You have made this ole' lady Very Very happy
My Best Regards Angel

Update 5/24/2011
" Hi Jenn,     I felt I wanted to share this with you. Its been a  yr now since deputy came here. There were adjustments we both
had to make. He has helped me with dealing with my depression & patient & for the 1st time in my life, looking into the
being able to read some of the body language.
After 1yr, he has turned out  to be waaaaaaay more than just a trail horse. You probably thought you were selling me a trail horse,
wroooooong. He is sooooo cute in some of his antics that he does.
We divided the pasture in half, this spring. Now he has eaten down a lot of it & he’s a little hungry.
He will stand at the fence a nicker till I  come out, then he jumps around, runs back & forth BUT he will stop and stand nice till I put it down
He knows he won’t get it till he behaves.  I really can’t believe how quick he learns.
He is the BEST med I can have.
Jenn, you really don’t know what you did for my life!!! I 1 time considered ending it, now I have something that I can
learn from
Like I said before, u r my angel, you didn’t just sell me a horse, you sold me a reason to live..! He is so fun.
Warm regards
Francine & Deputy"
Tanya and Bo
Hi Jenn and Christy,

Thought it was about time I wrote to you concerning Bo...love, love, love that boy! He is so sweet, willing and affectionate. We just got back from
a clinic we hold here on a regular basis. It has lots of things going on, car wash obstacles, a pit with plastic bottles to walk through, tarps and
poles. All of that plus every size and shape horse you can think of doing these things. Bo was awesome, he did everything, even in reverse. I
was so proud of him, nothing bothered him, not donkeys, spooky horses, nothing. Thank you so much...
Again, I love my new boy...
Feliz and Sterling
"Hello, Jen!  I want to bring you up to date on my gelding that I bought from you last summer, "Lite Nite" AKA "Johnny Cash" AKA "Sterling" (which
is what I call him).  He is growing up a little; he stands a tad over 14.2, now, nearly an inch taller than last year, and as you can see in the attached
pictures, he is filling out/getting fat (!) and beginning to look like the descendant of world champions that he is.  He has turned out to be the
perfect horse for me in so many ways.  Let me try to condense my experiences of these last 10 months for you:

In August, I learned I have diabetes very badly.  I am still struggling to try to stabilize my system but it's tougher than ever, now, because the
following March, I learned I have inflammatory breast cancer, a rather rare and aggressive type, already at Stage III when it was discovered.  
Meanwhile, three weeks before that, I broke my right wrist while unloading hay from my pickup--for the first time in my whole career, I didn't get
the point of the hay hook under the baling twine before I put all I had into trying to pull the bale off the truck.  The wrist is healed, now, and I have
95% motion and about 40% strength back in that hand and arm.  

I've finished the first phase of chemotherapy, had three weeks of rest, and am just starting Phase Two.  It has been hell on skids.  For two
months, I had 6 hours of treatment every two weeks which resulted in 10 days of crippling fatigue, nausea, etc. out of every 14.  Phase Two
promises to be easier, but it's a little early to be sure.  Around the end of this coming September, I will undergo a double mastectomy.  After that,
I'll got through Phase III of the chemo which will last another entire year.  And THEN, they plan to hit me with radiation, although what will be left
to radiate is a question!

Anyway, once at the end of this last May and twice this June, I've felt well enough for an hour or two to be able to get back into the saddle.  
Sterling had no work of any kind from the end of February, on.  But he acted as if someone had been training him for me the whole time!  He was
as near to perfect as a 4-yr-old colt could possibly be.  And he continues to be a love, as you can see in picture #62.  He and his pasturemate, the
little black mare, Noche, have bonded strongly and get along famously.  She's a little tough on him when she's in heat, but nothing serious.  It is
picture #63 that shows you how delighted I am with him.  I feel very fortunate to have such a super horse.  And believe me, I fully intend to still be
riding him ten years from now!  He is a comfort and an inspiration.  Thank you for your part in linking me up with this incredible colt!  Hope things
are going well with you.
Saludos!  Feliz "
Susan and Nugget
"We took Nugget for a ride last night. When I approached his stall, he put his head over the gate and practically put on his harness by himself.
He was really patient while I put his gear on, and was really eager to hit the trail. We went on a trail that had some difficult places.
He was careful going down steep hills and smooth as silk going up. He is going to make me a better rider.
When he could see the house I let him gate home.
He is wonderful. I Love Him!
Thanks, Susan from NM."
Betty and Gentleman Jack
"Jenn @ Dreamwalker Ranch (where you find the best Tennessee Walkers ever!!! ) We are so happy - I love him so much .. and keep pinching
myself to see if it is real ... Dreams do come true!! He truly is the horse you said he was ... Thank you too and we cannot wait to come out to your
Ranch and meet you guys and take a nice trail ride!!!! "
Betty from NY
Brian and Chocolate Chip
I Purchased a 7 year old Spotted Saddle Horse from Jenn on April 24th, 2010. I flew to Las Vegas and drove the 20 minutes to her Ranch, arriving
at 9:30 am. The ranch was well organized, very clean and the horses were all clean and well fed. The horse I ended up buying, Chocolate Chip,
was in his stall and did not appear to have been warmed up or exercised in any way earlier in the morning. Jenn met me as I walked into the gate,
the best choice for me to try. He was brought from the Stall and I was allowed to saddle him, this assured me that he was as calm and well
mannered as advertised, and then took him to the arena. We walked, discussed the best ways to sit and use light rein contact for a gaited horse
verses the way I have always ridden Quarter horses. I then gaited and gave Chip a chance to get used to me. We then went out and rode through
a park, vacant fields and down the road with traffic. They encouraged me to do and go through everything I had seen on the videos. Jenn and
the trainer spent the COMPLETE day with me, allowing me to un-saddle, wash down and brush Chip, then re-saddle and do it all again. I know I am
being wordy (sp?) but I can’t express enough the personal attention and concern I was shown. This also applied to the horse. I am sure if they
felt Chip was not comfortable with me, I would have been told to perhaps try another horse. I did not leave Dream Walker Ranch until after 5:00
pm (missed my flight and had to rebook) and I am sure they would have spent more time with me if I felt I needed. They helped me arraigne
transportation for Chip to his forever home with me before I left the ranch. Not only was I treated with respect and concern, I really felt the
overall concern that the match was right, the horse was exactly as advertised and nothing was hidden or unspoken. Chip has been perfect from
the day he arrived at my home, we have been on the trail and worked the arena every day for the past two weeks and I have yet to find a
problem, unless him following me around when I am cleaning his corral is considered a problem. He has even been to local team sorting and got
gaited horse and especially from some “Dude Ranch” in Las Vegas , as I am 63 years old. So I went alone and fell in love with this horse and
gaited horses in general. So far everyone who has spent time with Chip and me has eaten their words and I am no longer told that Quarter
horses are the only real horse. Dream Walker Ranch is what they say they are, do what they say they will (and more), all with honesty, friendship
and a real love of horses. Buy with confidence; I can’t imagine you will be disappointed.
Brian, now owned by Chocolate Chip.
Carol and Painted Warrior
"Hi Hope you remember me. I purchased "Painted Warrior" aka now as Gambler.  It was a long haul and struggle  since I lost my Mother last "Hi
Hope you remember me. I purchased "Painted Warrior" aka now as Gambler.  It was a long haul and struggle  since I lost my Mother last October.
and as I may have told you I'm not well.  I took Gambler out for his 1st true trail ride/camping over the 4 day holiday.  He did GREAT!. He was a
perfect Gentleman on and off trail. No spook, smooooth ride.  My first gaited horse. There were so many monsters in the rode and on the trail
and not a problem.  I was so proud. This yr I had to start riding in a helmet at 60 yrs old. So this ride was all together interesting. Everyone wanted
a great time. He did great in the front, middle and rear. I haven't had allot of time to bond with him yet as I said life has been tough, but I'm
pleased with him. Thank you  Carol Anderson  Greencastle, In."
good eye and sense of judgment when it comes to picking horses.  I was able to stay in the area and spend three days riding Beau before I
bought him. Jenn and Matt were very hospitable and I never once felt pressured.  I have had Beau now for six months. He is my dream horse.
He just turned four. He is smart, confident, friendly and funny….. at age 53 I just wanted a reliable trail horse. I got that and so much more.
We have had a total blast exploring new trail and enjoying my new hobby, horse camping. I got a quality horse, from quality people.
Thank you, Jenn, Matt and Christy.
Patti  ( San Diego)"
"Do you remember your TWH Sunrise?  We have had Sunrise more than a year now and I could not be more pleased.   He has been everything
you advertised and your recommendation of him for me (a beginner) was perfect.   I have come a long way in my riding skill and confidence
because of Sunrise and his personality which was a good fit for me.   My 60th birthday was yesterday and at 16 hands he's a challenge to mount
but I'm doing fine.  My wife and I laugh about what it might be like in about 3 or 4 years at which time I might need to "downsize."   When that
happens I'll be in touch knowing I can count on you to match me up with a smaller horse.....though I can't imagine riding without my good buddy

Jenn, thanks so much for being instrumental in helping me find the right horse which has made my adventure into horseback riding so enjoyable
and Dream Walker Ranch to others.  Blessings to you!"

Michael J. Krupa
Nicholasville, Kentucky
Jenny and Flashy Rooster
"What a day! Flashy arrived in wonderful condition. He is even more gorgeous in person than in the pictures! He gets along fabulously with our
other gelding too and is enjoying the big pasture he is in. I gave him a few hours to settle in and then I couldn't resist the urge to saddle up, and
what a ride! I haven't had so much fun on a horse in at least two years as I did today riding Flashy for the first time. He definitely has a little motor
in him like you said but he is also completely controllable and safe. I just adored him and I know it will just get better with each new ride!
Thank you so much for Flashy! I know he'll be my faithful companion for years to come!
- Jenny
PS: I've attatched some pics for ya!"
Christine and Blue Skies
"Hi Jenn,

I keep looking at all the beautiful horses you post on your website. Unfortunately, I have to tell you that I already purchased the most wonderful
and perfect horse from you already! Blue Skies is my dream horse. You know he wasn't the first horse I chose to ride, but as soon as I got on his
back, I knew he was the one for me. His "horsenality" makes me laugh all the time and I have to say that I like just hanging out with him as much
my back while I am bent over or to grab the end of the rake handle. He had no baggage that I have to overcome, he is simply sweet, trusting,
open, playful, smart and drop dead gorgeous! To top that off with a smooth-as-silk gait, he is the best horse I could have asked for. I was hoping
to find my forever trail companion when I went to visit. I am so happy to say I found so much more.
I will recommend to anyone looking for a great horse to contact you. They will not be disappointed"
"I don't know how you find these great horses, but however you do it, keep it up. I know I have the absolute best one, but I'm sure other people
will find their dream horse too."
Thanks again,
Christine Trombley
and Blue Skies
Sharon and Titan
"Hi Jenn,
Just wanted to say Merry Christmas from Titan and the Ross"s in West Virginia, hope you had a great Christmas and things are doing well. I have
been wanting to call but thought you were really busy selling for Christmas as I still look at all the horses you have for sale and it looks as though
you have been really doing well selling. I wish my husband would get another horse for trail riding so I still watch your web sight regularly.,his
horse is an excellent show horse but sometimes he doesn't like certain places.I think if he make him do it more he would do ok, he doesn't want
to upset him. It just takes him a little while to get use to a new place. I watch you web and think maybe something will come up that he falls in love
with like I did Titan. He is gaining his weight back and is a sweet heart. Synetta, my friend made me an 8 by 10 of his photo you had on your webb
for Christmas and we just hung it over our fire place, makes me feel a little bad as he's been here 3 weeks and is posted on our wall and the
others aren't yet, but now I plan to have them done. We had a really nice one of Dolly my husband's horse that he lost in the stable fire but it hurt
him to look at it so I had to take it down,we do have a charcoal of her and Laddy my retired show horse in our living room wall. Well I'd better go
just thought I'd wish both you a Merry Christmas and say Thank You for a great horse and I would recommend your horses to anyone,
oh by the way my husband thinks he great to.
Have a good one   
Holly and Volt
"Hi Jenn,
Thought I would send you a note.  I looked at the calendar today and noticed that volt has been with me for a month already.  Wow!  Volt is pretty
arabians.  I purchased the imus saddle and equipment about 2 weeks ago.  So we are getting to know about the gaited equipment.  I had the vet
know both myself and my daughter well and I am pleased with the results.  I have started riding lessons and will be on Volt more and more on the
weeks ahead.  Heather has enjoyed riding him with her bareback saddle.  We have focused on not letting him pace off too much and more on
control to the walk,flat walk, running walk only.  Soon, Jason from H & H Farm from Connecticut will be coming out to assist with Volt.  Jason's
farm is mostly TW's.  He has already seen and ridden Volt.  Jason mentioned a few times that Volt has great qualities that will make a super trail
companion.  He got right on him the first day and put him through his gaits just that quick.  I like to surround myself with as much resources as I
can so that this relationship is off to a solid start.  Volt and Heather's Horse "Holly" have started to turn the corner of friendship.  She still has her
ears in flat mode with a little lip of of teeth but less and less of this.  Soon we will begin trailer preparations for both horses together! After that,
it's off to the trails of New England.  I will send a video soon with me actually riding Volt.  How great that will be!  Thats the update for now."
Thanks again.  Holly
Renee and Jazz
Hope everything is going good for you, just wanted to give you update, we went to the state park and rode with some other horses for about 12
miles and practiced doing some obstacles for her CTR ride debut, and she did great. When we got there she did a lot of talking, I never heard
her talk so much :)  Here's a few examples of what we did:
Crossed wooded bridge, that creaks and etc.
Crossed a stream with the water up to her belly.
We had to cross over some logs that were pretty good size and up off the ground.
Went up & down some pretty  steep hills with logs and water crossing at the bottom.
Crossed a watered area with beavers and of course the mighty beaver dam.
We had fun !!!!!! I know I did, hopefully she did!!!!!  The only thing she wasn't crazy about was loading into the small straight load trailer. We took
some pictures this week-end, but we haven't got them downloaded on the computer yet.
Again thanks for such a great horse!!!!!!!!"
Taryn and Bambi
"Hey Jenn,
I'm sorry this has taken so long we decided to acquire more land and develop it to move as soon as possible.
Bambi has been a Dream! She's adjusted well, We Trail ride probably everyday when it's not raining and beach ride on weekends!
She absolutely loves it! Thank you so much!
Taryn"  2/7//2011
"Thank you :) We like to think so! I Love your horses! & I am so happy that your site was pointed out to me! For someone with My Back problems,
Bambi is everything I Have ever needed and She will be with me to the end! She greets me when i get to the barn, She rides SO smooth that no
other horse around here can compare! She loves to go swimming with me in the lake in her enclosure, I mean Honestly I Could Not Have asked
for a better best friend then her! Thank you So Much Jenn!"  2/8/2011
Kristine Blue Angel, Heather and Buckshot
"Hi there! Just want to let you know that Angel( renamed Blue Denim) is feeling much better and eating well. Buckshot( renamed Camelot) is
doing great too. We rode them today for the first time on the busy streets with construction going on, dogs barking, winds blowing like crazy, and
passed by a wild bird farm with not one spook! Heather and I adore our boys and will  be sending some pictures of our adventures soon. Thank
you so much for finding our dream horses!
Just wanted you to know how much we are enjoying The Witch Doctor, Doc. We are sorry we didn’t get a chance to meet you when we were
there. We have been thrilled with this little guy. He is like a puppy, following us around, greeting our car when we drive in, just couldn’t be
sweeter. He checked out great with the vet. He said he’s never seen such a great disposition on a horse, esp. one his age! He even filed his
teeth, and Doc just stood there, didn’t phase him a bit!  Joel took him on a 3 hour ride up in the hills with another horse, and Doc was perfect. He
misses being around other horses, and we are anxious for our 2 horses to arrive March 8. Then he will have some buddies. What a smooth,
beautiful gait, and just the answer for Joel with his back issues. We were concerned about riding him with non gaited horses, but he did great on
the trail ride with another quarter horses. Followed right behind, and his gait wasn’t an issue at all.
We are glad we found you, and him. I referred my friend Holly Brown to you. Think she has already contacted you.
Thanks, and we will stay in touch, and may be back for another walker up the road!  Teri and Joel Burnham"

"Hi Jenn, just 'wanted every one at the ranch to know that "Ranger" aka "Dr Seuss" is doing super. I have taken him out on two trail rides since
his arrival last Friday and he is wonderful. Calm cool and collected, this horse seems to think about every step before he takes it....and what a
gait!...he floats over the ground and he covers distance so fast it's unbelievable. He is sweet and gentle and seems to love people and being
well and it won't be long before he has filled out nice.....I'll send you along some photo's soon. Hope all is well at the Dream Ranch!
take care , Richard "
Marney and Late
"I have been to NOT send you an email each day says "Latte is wonderful - what a good boy - amazing mellow guy - I just love him!". Seriously,
even startled! Sat we rode for hours in the strong wind through trees - sand - flags flying at the entrance- trees blowing then on to a bluff- even
"I have been to NOT send you an email each day says "Latte is wonderful - what a good boy - amazing mellow guy - I just love him!". Seriously,
took a shortcut back past a treatment plant (think lots of fountains and noise) and he was perfect! With me at the helm! He was great on the trail
what a catch! I have been riding him everyday (actually someone told me today to stop riding him so much since he is a baby) and he has NEVER
what a catch! I have been riding him everyday (actually someone told me today to stop riding him so much since he is a baby) and he has NEVER
even startled! Sat we rode for hours in the strong wind through trees - sand - flags flying at the entrance- trees blowing then on to a bluff- even
took a shortcut back past a treatment plant (think lots of fountains and noise) and he was perfect! With me at the helm! He was great on the trail
going over or through whatever I asked. whoo hoo! So now we are practicing for the obstacle coarse event I signed us up for and the ride to the
winery (I heard so far 70 people are signed up so I am a little freaked about that). He is getting much more flexible but is not too happy about all
the ground work - but he sure tries hard! I am having trouble keeping him in the gait (he wants to canter) but at this point I don't even care.

Thank you! I hope all is well!
Marney and Latte "
Jill and Dustin now Tango
Hi Jenn,Christy and Chase,
Oh my gosh--what a great horse I got!  Tango arrived this morning about 8:30 and,except for needing to leave the barn for a little while,I just got
home. Tango has fit right in. He already nickers at me and "calls out" to other horses. He's amazing--mellow,sweet,content,gorgeous.  I didn't ride
(even though I REALLY wanted to). We just walked all around, and Tango also spent time eating in his stall/paddock,time in the arena and round
pen with other horses,and he loved having me brush him. Such a gentleman-he stays in "his space' when we walk and gets along with all the
other horses! What a gem!  Thanks for the info,Jenn, about feed.  LOVE at first sight. WOW,I am soooo happy with my guy!!  I will have my husband
or one of my daughters take pictures,when I ride him,and I'll get them to you!
THANK YOU for finding me the best "Tango" partner!!
Hugs,Jill  " 4/8/2011
"Hi Jenn,Christy, and Chase,
I could have named him Cadillac--he's so smooth!!  My husband rode him today. Mike is a good rider but he doesn't ride much anymore cause his
hips bother him when he rides (quarter horses). But,wow,he was SO impressed with Tango. I couldn't get him off of him!  Mike said the same
thing the guy,Mitch, who trailered Tango said,"You got yourself a good horse!"  Mike did take pictures so we will get them to you sometime this
weekend!  Thanks so much! He's the best!
Blessings, Jill Cooper  4/15/2011
Venus and Stormy
"Hi Jenn & Matt,

Stormy and I had the most amazing trail ride yesterday afternoon.  The weather wasn't cooperating when we left and I considered not going due
to the hail and wind but Stormy seemed to be excited.  On our 2 hour trail ride Stormy was a champ! We went down into a small canyon and loped
in the sandy dunes.  He was amazing.  He took both leg and neck ques and didn't miss a step.  Stormy even got kicked by another horse when
passing and he remained so calm and kept right on track.  When we returned to the barn it was sunny and beautiful out.  

Stormy is an amazing horse and my best friend.  Thanks to Dreamwalker Ranch I have regained my confidence in riding after a bad experience.  
To anyone who is considering purchasing a horse from Matt & Jenn they have the best qaulity horses who are healthy and well trained.  I don't
have any buyers remorse and in fact plan to purchase another DWR horse in the future.  
Venus Koki

"Hey Jenn and Matt,

"I just wanted to shoot you an email and let you know how happy we are with Stormy.  He is an absolute delight!  I have been spending time with
him everyday and increasing my confidence and he hasn't gotten sick of me yet.  We start our riding lessons on Monday and I am beyond
excited.  Thanks so much for all your hospitality and letting us take our time to pick the perfect horse.  I am so pleased that we bought from you
guys.  You really do have a great operation and couldn't be more knowledgeable.  
I wish you guys much success and we will definitely be back to buy a horse for Gordy!

Thanks again,
Venus Koski"
The Nadlers and Richie Rich now Mitch

"It's been almost 5 months since our new horse arrived. He has settled in well despite 57 inches of rain so far, several good snows for our
elevation(2200 ft). It"s finally starting to warm up and dry out here, but there is still 15 ft of snow on the mountain. His gait is super
smooth, and he will go anywhere you ask him. The pictures are from a local reservoir at a lower elevation.
When Sally is ready for a new horse, we will surely come see you again.
Hope you are all well, Happy Easter!
Sally & Jerry Nadler "
"Hi Jenn,
I just wanted to let you know I am having fun with my new horse!  He passed three critical tests today that I didn't even set him up for.  
I got home from the grocery store just in time to see the two little girls of a friend run out in the pasture to love on Raven.  He turned
toward them and accepted all their loving.  The second thing was that my australian shepherd (who knows not to chase the horses) ran
into the pasture and tried to herd Raven.  He did not kick out at her.  Just looked at her and went about his business of eating!
Then a truck went by loudly using his jake brake...two other horses ran away from the noise, but Raven just watched the truck drive by.  
I feel really lucky to get him delivered before the news about the virus hit.  People are closing down horse shows all over the place.  
Thank you so much for doing what you do to get these wonderful horses out to people like me.  Becky "

"Here is a picture of my first ride on Blue Ribbon Bandit, along with my(84 years young) mom’s first ride last weekend.
Thanks again for the guidance in finding the right horse. Mark Hannifin, Midland TX

The other picture is my first ride in Camelot, our first DWR horse.

Lisa and Rock Star
I saw some of the language additions to your website and it compelled me to comment.  I will say that today I rode with an old trail buddy
of mine- we ride ANYWHERE.  Quiet trails, bust highways- you name it , we do it.  Today we rode on an extremely busy road near a state
forest (where we could have ridden on completely predictable trails).  I have been busy for the last 4 months getting a new office for my
husband's law practice up and running.  Consequently, I have not ridden much lately.  Today, and as always, Rock Star performed
beautifully.  I find it funny when he "worries" about a guard rail along the highway, yet he does what I ask him to do.  I have asked him to
walk out onto a long, narrow dock on a lake- my friend's horses would not go.  He went, I'm not saying it wasn't a little "work" to get him
to trust that I wasn't putting us in danger- but that is expected with certain situations.  Part of riding, to me, is learning how to manipulate
your trusted steed-and getting them to trust you- I WELCOME any adverse situation and challenge him to rise to the occasion.

With that said, when I purchased Rock Star from you I expected a "reliable" trail mount.  Not a show horse (although he is stunning in the
arena) but a partner that I could trust.  At first I wasn't sure that I got exactly what I was looking for, but over time I have appreciated the
opportunity to own one of the finest trail mounts I could ask for.  I have been the "victim" (by my own fault) of not knowing what is
important with the type of horse that would meet my needs.  Instead, I thought "a horse is a horse" and that is absolutely a mistake.  
When I became "educated" I reached out to you and have the BEST (not perfect) horse for me.  He is so much FUN and I just LOVE HIM to
death!!  I thank you for helping me to choose him over your old trail mount Cimmaron (who was much more experienced as it turned
out) than Rock Star was- but we are enjoying the journey together.  He is my forever friend.
Lisa Butash
owner of Rock Star since 2009"
Tanya and Bonanza

"Hello Jennifer,

It has been a little over a year since I brought "Bo" home." After a long winter and little riding
"He is a total love. He has learned so much and has such a good mind. Everyone just loves him. I promised a picture so here they are.
Thank you again for this marvelous gelding who will be the horse of my old age!"
Sincerely, Tanya
Nancy and Illusive Dream
Hi Jenn!

I purchased Illusive Dream back in March of this year.  I’m sorry I haven’t written to you before now but I wanted to let you know about
his new life in the Hoosier state.

He adjusted very quickly to his new surroundings and really is a “dream” to have around.  He’s the sweetest fella one could ever ask for.  If
I go to the barn he always comes up to see what’s going on.  He loves to be brushed and fussed over.  I also found his special “itchy spot”.  
It’s hilarious to see him stretch out his neck, turn his head and curl up his lip.  You can just tell it feels so good!  I would also say he’s
about as “bomb proof” as a horse can be.  Nothing seems to bother or startle him.  On the 4th of July our neighbor put on a fireworks
display that would rival just about anything you’d see anywhere.  Dream’s stall and outside run face that direction.  I was a little
concerned about how he’d take all the hoopla. (A few years ago I was up with one until 2 am because he was a complete basket case and I
was afraid he’d colic, he’s no longer with us by the way.)  When the noise started Dream stood with his body in the stall and his head
sticking out the door just watching.  More curious than anything I think and maybe enjoying the show J.  The ruckus went on for 30-45
minutes and he barely flinched even at the loudest boom.  What a guy!  He loads wonderfully, stands quietly for the farrier, didn’t flinch
when he got his vaccinations and the list goes on and on!  I just couldn’t be happier with him and have wished many times I’d come to you
first.  If I ever need another horse you’re the one I’m coming to!  Thanks, again, for such a beautiful boy!
Nancy "
"Hi Jenn!
We just love Tuscan Sun, alias, SUNNY!
He is fitting just wonderful at our farm. He can see the other 2 horses,(that's all we have!) but is kept separate for now. He is taken out
now for about 25 minutes morning and night to graze on pasture. Needless to say, he loves that!! I have ridden him 3 times now, just
around in our arena. Want him to get adjusted to the area here, different sounds, smells, and etc. By the way, your transport people, were
just GREAT, Bonnie and James! Sunny came off the trailer looking just great. Just a little rubbing of the hair on the hocks from the
trainer I suppose. I am clearing that up with antibiotic. It's doing great. I have sooo much company to see him!
They all think he is handsome." "He's got it made here!  Just thought you might be  curious!
The La-Sky Family and Apache now Gondolier
"Hey Jenn,
Long time no talk! I still check out your website weekly and am currently in love with the big Mare, “Marilyn Monroe”. We must get a
Palomino next, but I think the 16 hands are a bit daunting for Alessandra. If you recall, our boy is 16 hands and he is a giant! I just wanted
to update you as I make the transition from a complete greenhorn to a potentially “advanced beginner.” It took about six months before
our boy finally adjusted to all of the abrupt changes in his life and fully realized that we were his new owners and he calmed down out on
the trail. We had a big break-through about a month and a half ago… literally at the six month point… where he went out with another
horse he has made friends with and he was a total gentleman the entire ride. Since then he is a complete delight! Also my confidence has
increased and I know that one feeds off of the other so we are finally a wonderful fit. Don’t get me wrong…he was always a complete
sweetheart with impeccable ground manners, but now he lets us kiss him, loves cuddles, and follows me around like a puppy dog. A total
sweetheart! No more spookiness. He leads, follows and occasionally goes out alone (but it’s more fun with others).

We moved him from the South end of town to a friend’s small boarding facility about six miles up the Mt. Charleston turn off. He gets
much more personal attention from the owners and gets turned out every day. The people that own it have seven horses of their own and
I can really tell the difference in quality between the horse we got from you and their horses. No contest. Our boy wins hands down.
Worth every penny. We are madly in love with him. The only down side is that, due to the long commute, we are only able to get up there
once or twice a week. Not nearly enough. But we try to make up for it by spoiling him and babying him to the extreme when we are there.
We both look forward to the day when we can take him to our property in Spokane , WA and can keep him on our own 40 acres and add to
the herd. We hope to do that with another purchase or two from one of your amazing horses.

Thank you so much once again for introducing us to “Gandhi” (or as you knew him “Apache”). He is the worlds sweetest horse and we will
cherish him for the rest of his - or our lives - (at 50-years-old he may outlive me). Sorry with hitting you with this email from out of the
blue. It is just that I had such an amazing day with him today and I can’t believe the bond that I have formed with him and that I am now
actually a cowboy! I thought it was time to send you an update. I will probably do that from time to time. If you ever get another one like
him please let us know. Another gelding around the same age and temperament as him.

Nice chatting to you,
Steve and Alessandra La-Sky"
" Hi Jenn,
I have been meaning to write you to give you an update on my horses.
I bought two horses from you, Charmer, who I call Suave, and Pepper, who I call Magic.
Suave is great and happy and gorgeous, and settled into his new home. He is a great horse and a joy to ride. I just can't get over how
beautiful he is, and so smart....He accepts me as his human, and we spend wonderful times together.
But the surprise is Magic (Pepper), who has finally come out of his shell after several years of grieving over the loss of his previous home,
him, as he likes one person to bond with in his life. He has now chosen me, and we are great together. He is everything you said he was and
more, but it did take a while. I know it was me, as I was a beginner and a bit intimidated by a push button horse, as I did not know the
buttons to push.   It was difficult for both of us at first.
He is so happy now, and loves to go out on trail rides....where he really shines.  I call him the scout. He leads, and finds his way through all
sorts of overgrown trails, and is so proud of himself.
I would call him a late bloomer, but well worth the wait to get a horse like this....
His gaits are smooth and smoother, all on a loose rein,  great ground manners, and neck reins too!
Finally, this horse loves his home, and he loves me.....What an amazing feeling to be loved and accepted  by a horse!
I will not be in the market for another horse for quite a while, and will not be selling any of mine.....
But I wanted to say thanks for all that you do. There are so many horses looking for forever homes, and you help them find that. What a
great service for the horses and their people. I just learned that sometimes, horses can take a while to adjust to their new homes, and
being patient with mine sure paid off!

Wishing you continued success in your business,
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"Bounty & JJ are loving their new digs. We love them so much. Thank you for being in our lives and bringing us our boys."
Patty and Scott
let you know just how much we are enjoying Kidd ( AKA) Kidd Rock and Paladin (AKA) Pal/Tonoto on the trails. He loves to lead the way.
These guys are rock stars. We have taken them on lots of trails seen deer, cows, turkeys and gone done to the lake also Pal will go
anywhere I ask him and usually winds up in the lead doing things no one else in our groups horse wants to do. Once Pal does it Kidd is
right behind him then the rest follow. Oh by the way Pal is in charge of the herd when turned out in the big pasture as well. No one can
believe he is just 5. Kidd is just as loving as can be and a good solid horse. Rob loves him to death. They are quite the pair.
Take care chat soon.
Rob & Lori."
"Name = Paula

comments = Hi Jenn!  I have ridden Joey[renamed Strider] nearly every day since I brought him home.  We go out in to the desert,  have
even seen a coyote and made friends with a herd of 5 wild donkeys. Every day is an adventure cuz Strider prefers to make his own path
rather than follow the trails made by others.  He is so incredibly sure-footed, we go up and down steep hills, in and out of ravines.  He
makes me feel so confident in the saddle. Sometimes I think I must be dreaming, he is so perfect; and I am so very, very happy.  
You have given me such a gift, thank you."


"I bought Silver from you on Father's Day 2010. I have been trail riding all over the Dayton Valley & Washoe Valley desert areas.
Anything we come across we treat it as an obstacle to test. We attended our first "de-spooking" clinic last weekend. Water, tarps, logs,
bridges, cans, paper & plastic bags were nothing to Silver. Even a truck loaded with barking snapping dogs inches off of his hindquarters
were ignored. The best challenge was the gauntlet, poles with pool noodles sticking out, tarps, tires, car wash with road flares, bales of
straw on fire, & blade flags for the horses to walk through. Silver came to the fire, stopped and looked at it, I gave him the command to
continue forward and went straight through without hesitation. I was humbled by Silver in the trust he has shown me.
Thank You for such an awesome horse!"
Mary - 4/16/2012

"As the day is winding down I am reflecting on how very blessed I am. Today I rode my horse, Charlie for the first time since I broke my
back and several ribs this past November after being bucked. Some people might think I'm crazy and well, maybe I am, but it's my passion
and my dream to ride and I don't want fear to stop me from expressing my love in this way. I am grateful to Jenn at Dreamwalker Ranch
for helping me find Charlie and Lucky, and to God for giving me another chance to get back in the saddle again! I'm grinning all the way
down to my toes and just wanted to share it with y'all!   I love you guys"
Ria - 4/29/2012

Hi Jenn,

"It's been a couple of months since Sienna (Chanel) arrived at her new home here and I wanted to give you an update.  When I first
purchased her, I was told I was taking such a chance buying a horse sight unseen, and 99% of the time, that's so true.  But I have to say
that now that's she's well settled in and has gotten to know me, she's really showing me what she's made of.  My husband cannot ride a
horse for health reasons, so he bought himself a quad so he could go out on the trails with me and we'd be able to do this together.  When
he took off on his quad, she knew EXACTLY what was going on and went right along without any problems what so ever.  In fact, when
my husband mistakenly went down a "private property, no trespassing" road, I stopped Sienna and waited for him to notice that I wasn't
following him, and she instantly started whinnying after him!  "Hey dude!  Where are you going!!!"  I laughed the entire time, and when
he finally came back, she quit making her ruckus and promptly went down the correct trail.  When he'd stop, she'd stop, when he'd go,
she'd go, without any prompting from me.

Now that her coat has smoothed out, she has darkened up and got slicker than silk.  She's so shiny she get's compliments all the time.  And
her flaxen mane and tail really stand out now.  The next time Gene goes out with me on his quad, we'll take the camera and get lots of
great shots to send you.
Hope all is well with you and all your animals!

Thanks for all you did for us,
Kim Landfather"

Hello again Jenn,
I have just GOT to tell you how Sienna has been doing lately.  Today I went out for a short ride, an hour or so, and proceeded to trail blaze
a new area.   As we headed up towards the fairgrounds here, we passed a house whose outside looked like the grapes of wrath.  The things
surrounding this house would have totally disgusted you.  First we came upon the active bee hives (I didn't know) and you could hear the
buzzing from quite a distance.  Sienna could have cared less.  Bees flying everywhere and I myself was freaking out in fear of getting
stung, and I swear to you I could almost hear Sienna say out loud "Hey, just chill.  They're only bees for crying out loud".   Then came the
fun stuff.  Torn tarps hooked in the fence and blowing every which way, old washing machines with all sorts of strange objects hanging
out the tops, clothes hanging on the line and blowing in the breeze, busted up dog houses, a garage door laying right off the trail, and a
broken down, smashed up trampoline with the fabric blowing and hitting the ground.  That's just part of the accumulation of horse
destroying goodies scattered everywhere, and Sienna didn't even flinch.....not once!  She walked right by all this scarry stuff like it was
something she sees every day.  We keep a very tidy property here, so it's nothing she got used to just standing in her pen.  I was so
impressed and so completely happy with her non-reaction to all this that I sang her a bunch of songs all the way home.  I know all the
neighbors probably think I've lost a few brain cells, but I don't care.  She really responds to the sound of my voice, and after the perfect
ride she gave me, she deserved a few songs.  She has become the love of my life and is truly a magnificent trail horse.

Thank you for listening to me brag on Sienna.  I couldn't be happier with her if she was dipped in chocolate!

Kim Landfather

I entered an endurance ride last Sat. It was held only a few miles from my house at Fish Springs. They had a 50 mile and a 25 mile ride.
The 25 mile ride is called "LD" for limited distance and its purpose is to allow new endurance riders to enter the sport.
I have been riding Rocky in the mountains but I did not know how well he would do on a 25. I have worked him on hills but the longest we
went has been around 12 miles. I would not take Vader yet because he needs more time to acclimate to the altitude and more conditioning
miles. Vader probably could have done it, but I do not take chances with my valued friends.    There were 54 riders (45 finished) in the 50
miler and 19 riders (18 finished) in the 25. I ended up riding most of the ride with another girl who was also on a gaited horse. Our horses
worked well together and I am sure we both had better times because of it.    You ride the first loop which is 12.5 miles and then you have
to pass a vet check. Rocky "pulsed down well" (heartrate) and passed the first vet check. We had a one hour hold where I got food and
water in him as hydration is the biggest concern. I ate and tacked him back up to make my out time.    I again ended up riding with the girl
I rode the first loop with. The temperature started to heat up but our horses were still gaiting well. When you finish, your horse has to
pulse down below 60 beats per minute before your final vet check. Even if you finish, you must pass the final vet check which means your
horse is "fit to continue". If you do not pass the final, after finish vet check, you are disqualified. They do this to protect the horses from
being ridden into the ground by stupid riders. Endurance rides do not really care so much about the riders, but they take monitor and
protect the horses. I really like that about the sport.    There were tow vets for this ride and I had the same vet for my both my first and
last vet check. She said Rocky looked even better than the first vet check. The vet examines the horse for a variety of soundness criteria;
ie, gum capillary refill, jugular refill, skin pinch (all three indicate degree of hydration), sore back, four quadrant motility gut sound
check, heartrate, and "attitude" of the horse. They have you do a trot out and back to look for lameness issues. Each criteria gets assigned
a letter grade and then the vet gives you an overall condition grade on your rider card. I was so pleased that Rocky got an A- for overall
returned later for the award meeting. I was amazed to learn that we finished 2nd in the 25! I was not "racing" anyone, I was just learning
the ropes.    I cannot tell you how happy I was with Rocky. He did wonderful throughout the ride and never had a bad moment. He is such
a good boy! On top of that, he looks like a million bucks and was the best looking horse there. He is such a special horse for me and will
make a good endurance partner. I am so glad I did not give up after I lost Duke. I feel even closer to Rocky now that we did the endurance
ride. I have probably been to the barn 4 times today to hug him around his neck and tell him how happy he makes me. I can see that our
bond will grow even stronger when we share the adventure of more endurance rides together.    The amazing thing is that I thought Vader
would be my only endurance horse. I am sure he will be better at it because of his attitude and athleticism, but Rocky has proven to be a
good endurance candidate also. I will alternate doing endurance rides with both of them. I also spoke to my good friend who rides Arabs.
She is going to ride one of "my boys" with me in a 50 sometime near the end of the year. It will be so fun to ride the entire 50 with my
good friend with both of my fine horses together.    I was concerned about doing endurance because of the pain I have experienced with
posting the trot in the past. I still felt it after this ride, but the discomfort was cut in half. The gaited horse is the solution for me. I know I
can easily do 25's, but a recorded endurance ride is 50 miles. I now know that I can try the 50 and it is possible. I will have to see how it
goes, but I am pretty sure I can manage it.    I just signed up for our first 50 out of Bridgeport, CA (an hour south of here) which will be in
the middle of August. It will give me time to put some more miles/conditioning on Rocky so he will be ready for the 50 miles. I will be
riding Vader on the next "50" I enter after the Bridgeport ride.    I have been monitoring Rocky all day to assess his condition the day after
the ride. I walked him down to the mailbox this morning in case he was stiff. He is doing great and looks really, really good. I think the
distance ride agreed with him.    I forgot to mention; we passed very close to a herd of wild mustang horses at the start of the ride. There
were two foals with them.   It was sooooo cool!

Jenn, I think you can tell how happy I am. I do not remember how I actually ended up finding you, but your honesty and quality horses
have made this all possible for me. Both of my horses are exactly what you promised; in fact somehow they seem even better. I will not
try to tell you how much joy your horses have brought me in such a short time. I am positive it is nothing compared to the adventures
and happiness I will share with my "two boys" in the future. Life seems to just get better and better when you have a great horse.
I have two!    Please share this email with Christy. She is sweetheart and I would like her to read it also. Feel free to use this email, or any
part of it, in your website testimonial section. Perhaps it will help someone else find a "forever" horse (or two) like I did.

Wayne Woolway "
"Hi Jenn!
It was a long, hot, uneventful ride home.  Sunrise was a champ, never complained or got worked up. Never even broke a sweat! He did
have to turn around to get out of the trailer though, and after 11 hours on the road, I figured we can work on that later. Once he got out of
the trailer, and walked around for a bit, he went into his stall, took a nice long drink and started in on his dinner.  Mel and I went for a trail
ride ride today, and had a great time! We didn't go far, because I'm sure Sunrise is still tired from his trip, but we did go out in the woods
and across the river. They did great! All of my lady friends are very jeolous, (and so happy) of our "husband horse", and the little girls are
lined up to play with that mane and tail! Thank you for bringing Sunrise, and all of your great gaited horses out west so we can enjoy
them! What a pleasure it was meeting you and Christie, and all of the horses. I'm letting anyone who asks where to get the horse of their
dreams! We'll keep you posted."

I am also VERY pleased with Rain, he has really settled in very well.  He is truly a wonderful horse that my family and my self will enjoy
for many many years.  

Thanks for everything.

Susan Helenowski"

"Just checking in Jenn with an up date on black jack. you were right he is an awesome horse. He so much fun to ride, especially when he
gets his little cantor gait going on. I've just started riding him again, when he first arrived it got a skin allergy, maybe from grass go figure.
But he is adjusting nicely. It has taken bounty and jj awhile to warm up to him though. anyway he is fun to ride and has a great gait.."

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"Hi Jennifer,

Thank you so much for returning my email. Sundrop and I had a wonderful day today, he is just the best boy ever, followed my husband
all over the place while cleaning the arena with the bobcat, tried to follow him in the tack room- what a blast!!  We took him for his first
ride around the ranch and along the hwy- he did sooo well.

He is everything you said he was going to be. This is so nice to ride a horse that is not worried out of his mind that a horse eater is going to
get him at any second. You were right- this is a walk in the park from Star. He even let me clean his sheath today without a fuss. Does not
seem to like dogs to much and has become the boss horse out of the three.  

We laughed so hard the first night we got him home, he just kept his nose in the air like a pig and kept smelling- we could tell he is not
used to the clean  country air.  Tomorrow I will  do more and try the walking run now that I know. Today I tried squeezing my legs and he
didn't respond for me, I know he will.

Thanks again for my new boy, I will call him Rain for short (as that is what we have a lot of here while you have the sun)

Avis & Dave Tolhurst
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Jake arrived in great condition and in a timely manner, great transportation folks. I have just arrived home this morning and have spent
most of the day with him. I'm delighted with this guy, we're already bonding initially, he has a great demeanor and appears to be actually
as advertised.  I'm very pleased with you and your professional manner of handling this  acquirement for me.
Many thanks,

I wanted to share a picture of Jake and I in our initial bonding; he's everything and more than I could have ever imagined. We walk most
of the time to favor my ongoing back situation.  Should anyone wonder; Fenway Jake will never receive any form of abuse, physically
and/or verbally. Everyone here just loves him and I receive a lot of comments on him.  My barn foreman really enjoys him, she is
commissioned to saddle him two to three time per week. She also is giving me the proper guidance for handling him, she has reviewed the
videos that you provided us of handling Jake.  I have attached a bragging picture of Jake and I. (We have decided to call him "Jake".)
"Just wanted to give you an up date on Bella.   
Where to start?  She is just perfect!
Bella has a very good head on her and is always ready to go and learn.   She
doesn't care if we are with someone or by ourselves.  She is not spooky at all
and her gaiting is almost perfect.   She does anything you ask and gets along
well with the other horses not to mention how pretty she is.  

Thank you for a wonderful horse and that you were true to your words.

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Here he is all proud and all. He is a Texan now. What a great horse Ringo is. He has really taken to his new home. He gets along well with
the other horses here at the ranch. He loves his stable since all of our stables have individual fans. It gets hot down here in South Texas.
Ringo loves the trail rides. White tail deer, turkey, coyotes, wild pigs, exotic game such as axis deer, black bucks and nilgai do not bother
him. When quail flush he doesn’t even react. He also feels right at home around the cattle herd.
Ringo is easy to ride and he has adapted well to South Texas.
Thanks again,     
"This is Bear and me on a ride Labor day, We had just come through a nest of ground bees. Bear knew they were there and just stamped
ride many more years to come (in my old age) lol

The location was in Anatone Washington in the back country near Big Butte.

Thanks again for your honesty and professional service.

Mariana Subis, Lewiston Idaho"
"Hey Jenn,

Just had to give you an update on Wingman (Cherokee).  He did great on his first ride on Monday in the corral.  He was very eager to
please and it only took about 5 minutes for us to figure each other out. The real test was today when we went out on the trails.  He did
amazing.  He was so eager I had to hold him back.  He immediately took the lead and never hesitated for a moment which gave confidence
to my wife's horse as she followed.  You could tell wingman was enjoying himself and they only time he slowed down was when we were
heading back to the barn. You could tell he was not ready for the ride to end.
I would like to thank you, Jenn for selling what you advertise.  I could not be happier.

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Hi Jennifer! This is Meagan Phillips. Gerald, my mom's boyfriend,
purchased Caesar from you a couple days ago. He arrived at 5:30 this
morning safe and well! We decided to get him for her as an early
Christmas gift. I'm 17 and my 10 year old sister and I have two Tennessee
Walkers and we decided it was time for mom to have her own to ride along
with us! She was SO surprised and happy when she woke up and saw
Caesar for the first time! They have been joined at the hip ever since and
are bonding very quickly. He's getting along well with my horses so far, he
blends in beautifully with them! We thank you SO much for your great
service!! We'll keep you updated with pictures and testimonials!
I attached pictures of mom and Caesar!

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"Hi Jenn,
I have fallen in love VERY quickly with Stetson. He is the absolute epitome
of an "in your pocket" horse...follows me around the pasture, always
keeps an eye on me if I'm anywhere in sight, and is quite content to just
rest his head on your shoulder for hours on end if you let him.  
In the week we've had him, he has not only made my mare VERY much in
love with him as well, but has been bareback, on the busy roads, and I've
even run him on the barrels in the arena! Anything you ask this horse to
do, he is happy to oblige. And no matter how "girly" it might be, he
ADORES being groomed, and I've braided him up as often as I have the
time :)  Thank you for a phenomenal horse. I couldn't ask for anything
more from him!"
"He's Fantastic!!

I LOVE THIS HORSE!! Thank you thank you thank you!! He truly is a DREAM WALKER!! "

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Hi Jenn.
Just wanted to check in with you regarding Remington. He is quite healthy and happy at his new home! He now has personalized balnkets
which keep him warm at night, he even has a rain cost incase he wants to spend his day outdoors during a shower. He is a real lover and I
look forward to seeing him everyday. He has done a couple of naughty things like taking the Christmas bells off a door knob and refusing
to bring them back. He also was let out by 2 realllly bad neighborhood geldings and he ran and ran and ran for about 4 hours before he was
found! My husband had even called the sheriff and animal control looking for him!

We love him dearly and wanted you to know he has the very best of care.
Debra Muhl
Vacaville, CA
"Hi Jenn,

I have been meaning to do this for so very long, but have been very busy.

I purchased Crusader from you verbally via phone on 6/30/12.  He was delivered to me, in Spokane, WA, on July 16, 2012.  I just want to
thank you so much for this wonderful horse.  He is everything I asked for and More!  Cruz is the sweetest love and just so wants to please.  
After 3 hip surgeries in 8 1/2 years, he had the perfect personality for me and we just love each other.  He loves to smell faces,  lick you,
lick boots, lick your hands, he even wants chap stick put on him.  He is so very funny and precious to me.

Cruz has made me fight through the pain of my recovery from my 3rd hip surgery in 4/12.  He arrived on 7/16/12 and I could not ride him
other.  He is the 9th horse I have owned in my life and I have never met such a sweet, loving character in my life.  He keeps me smiling all
the time.  He quickly became a favorite at the stable for his loving nature and quirky little ways.

I rode today and we had the sweetest ride.  I just cannot tell you, in words, how very much this horse means to me.  We have developed
such a close bond and our riding together has come so very far since July 2012.  

I could go on and on and on about all of my sweet babies assets.  Thank you so very much for choosing him for me just based on a couple
e-mails and phone calls.  You could not have organized a better fit than what you did for Crusader and I

Lorissa in Washington state and Crusader (aka Pusher's Rought Iron).

I am just so thankful to be the proud MAMA of Cruiser.  He is just the best.  

I want my praise for you and your stable to be posted.  Cruiser is an angel with every sweet, funny, loving quality I could ever ask for.

Purchased over the internet, sight un-seen, he is the best horse I have ever had and my love for him has no bounds.  Thank you Jenn,
Matt and Christy.  My dreams have come through with this sweet baby.

I have posted a couple pictures with this message and will include more as we go along.

I just love the boy!

Lorissa in Washington state"
"Hello Jenn!

Well, it's been a year since I purchased Sienna (Chanel) and I thought I'd give you an update.  Due to a set of unfortunate circumstances,
there was a period of three months where I was unable to do any riding whatsoever, reasons being a LONG run of very ugly weather,
traveling to the east coast twice, out of country once, family health issues and a series of other events.  So finally the time came when I
could take up my riding again, and as I saddled Sienna, I knew this could go several different ways, one being an 'out of the shoots' kind of
ride, and of course that's the one you prepare for just to be on the safe side.

I hopped on Sienna, we headed out the gate and what do you think happened?  Nothing.  Not a darned thing.  We went off in to the desert
on a breezy day, and that mare acted as if she'd been ridden every day and gave me not problem one.  Sure, she developed a case of happy
feet and it was obvious she was thrilled to be out and about, but she was solid as a rock and consistent as ever.  I have to ride on my own
which I know isn't the smartest thing to do, but since my one riding friend's horse is out of commission and most of the other horse
owners out here seem to be afraid of their horses, I really have no choice.  It's nice to know I can depend on Sienna not to pitch fits even
after a lengthy layoff from riding and that she takes everything that comes her way in stride.

I've told my husband many times that if someone offered me thirty thousand dollars for Sienna, I wouldn't even consider it.  She's my
best friend and a good, solid ride.  She's gotten to where she softly nickers at me while I groom her and she follows me around like a lost
puppy.  Though I guess I should send her to rehab for her baby carrot addiction.

Hope all is well on your end and I just wanted to let you know how well Sienna was doing.

Thanks and have a great day,

Kim Landfather"

I just wanted to tell you how much I love my mare, Belle.  I purchased her from you about 4 years ago.  I have always
wanted a pinto and a gaited horse, I never thought I'd have both in one-especially a buckskin tobiano!
Belle is definately my forever friend.  She is great in the pasture, has excellent ground manners, and is wonderful with my
children.  She loves to be fussed over and helped my girl scout troop earn their horse care badge.  She is extremely versatile
as well.  She is animated and moves out with me, challenges my 9 year old daughter who rides well, and is a confidence
builder for my nervous 7 year old son.  When my son was 3 I could put him on her and let her go-she walked around with
the greatest care and did anything he told her to.  The attached video was taken after 5 mos pasture rest (we don't ride in
the winter).  I rode her for about 5 minutes and then put my son on her.  This is the same horse who is exciting for me to
ride after riding for 35 years!  

She goes out alone or with other horses, is controllable when frightened, and I can even gallop her up the hill towards
home and she stops at the top with a quiet whoa.  Her gaits are stellar and I have been able to teach her to canter on voice
cue-and I have no training experience.  Fun and safe sums her up, so hard to find, but that is what I have thanks to you.
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"Hi Jen,
I just wanted to let you know that Pride is doing well.  He took his first ride this morning and was

just as expected, an absolute angel.  I call him my million dollar horse, but would never sell

him,even for a million.

The transfer of ownership has been taken care of and I have the bill of sale.

I want to thank you for everything and please know that Pride will always be loved and have

the best of care.  I will get a note out to Dr. Frehner thanking him for all of his help.

I wish you the best and will continue to check out your horses.  
Laurie "
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"I've taken her out on the trail for a two-hour ride twice now.  She's great.  Lot's of energy and she follows well enough, but
she's a little competitive. She doesn't spook at anything - but she does look around a lot. I love her to death and she is
beginning to see me as her human. Everyone loves her and when I turn her out to roll and run, people will literally stop
their car just to look at her.  
She's a horrible flirt - but has a tendency to be a bit hard to get with the gelding next to her that is also in love with her.
That's my girl!"

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he is Best Friends with Trooper and Ott already!!
Wow what a great mind and good looks all wrapped up in one package!! Thank-you so much!!
He is More then I could of ever hoped for!"
Beth Ann

Update: 7/31/2013

"Hi Jen Just wanted to update you on Doc's first big adverture in the mountains!! He high-lined perfect/he stepped out on
the trails like he was born to them/didn't spook when we ran into hikers/ stepped over logs when the trail was covered with
downed logs/ and of all things! puting up with our little 2 year old filly learning how to pack... she would shove those packs
right into his butt and he wouldn't bat an eye!!! He ponyed her the whole 6 days we were up there.
We are SO HAPPY with him!!! Thank you again for finding us our new family member!!"
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Last night was the first night that we were able to ride Charlie and Cash. It was so fun Awesome. Cash can really go. They
are both really nice and people thought we were crazy when we ordered them on line without seeing them. We put our trust
in you and are very thankful for such nice horses.  Hope to see you in September. When you have time to send the size
information we would love to get the right equipment. Thank You. Have a good day.

Dave and Christy
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"I purchased Gambler fka Maker's Mark in February and while we had a few issues to work out between new horse and old
rider, he has made progress every day.  We just got back from our annual three week migration to Montana and Gambler
did everything I expected of him - over creeks and rivers; up and down steep grades; over windfall; through gates; and
extended gaiting trails.  I didn't buy him for his "flash" but everyone comments on it.  All in all, he is everything for which I
purchased him.  He will slow walk, slow four beat, fast four beat, really fast four beat and cantor.  Yahoo!!!"

Daniel Clifford
Las Vegas, NV and Alpine, CA.
dream.  But all in all I am very happy with him.  He is such a love bug with me and very obedient under the saddle.  
Love him
Thanks Carol

Update: Jenn,
" Just letting you know Preacher is doing awesome.I will send some pics.I love this horse so much he is awesome on the
trails with me.  He is definitely my confidence builder.I am not afraid to go anywhere with him he is truly amazing!"

"I took a wonderful hour ride on Valor (aka Toby) on Saturday.  He has added ten years to my life!  What a
joy he is!!!  What a wonderful horse.  He comes running when he sees me come to the pasture!!"


"Thank you. I can't say it often enough he is so awesome. You truly made him a great horse for me.
I feel like he was made so perfectly for me."

"Hi 'guys'...
Thought I'd send this pic of Night at "work".  He's the BEST!!!!!  "


"I wish his slick, unbelievably shiny coat showed in the pic....he is SUCH a
joy and pleasure. I know he reads my mind too :)) He's one of the newest
on the "team" and yet does the BEST....He's FEARLESS!! THANK you
sooooo much for the opportunity to be this fantastic horse's "partner"!!!!"

"Hi Jenn,

I wanted to update you on how he's doing. So has been in Massachusetts
for a little over a month. The day he came off transport ( which was about
a 5 day journey) my farrier was at the barn and So had his shoes pulled
and feet trimmed. He was as good as gold! The next week was a visit from
the equine dentist and my vet . Again So was the perfect gentleman !

I initially started riding him about 10 days after he arrived it was all in a
ring. This past week was our first trail ride . He and I ventured out solo and
he acted like he had always ridden in the woods of New England. Today
was another test we did some road work and he handled it like a pro ! He
is just amazing on the trails and I can really tell how much he likes the
trails over the ring! Which is also my passion . Plus he gaits and canters
like a dream!

It goes without saying that I was a bit skeptical and unsure buying a horse
via website (and video only )and I felt it was a gamble . However you
handled all my requests with honesty and I felt genuine care. You assured
me he was what I was looking for and I'm glad I made the decision to
purchase him. He comes when I whistle for him , leans on me when he
wants his ears rubbed and follows me around the paddock when I'm
mucking . I only see us continuing to strengthen our bond and spending
long hours on the trails. Thank you for all your help and I look forward to
updating you in the future.

Happy Trails !

Paula Peterson and SoCo ( Southern Comfort)"

"Hi Jenn/Christy:  I wanted to up-date you both.  It has turned out the very
hard decision I made a few months ago and then buying Shiloh was
absolutely the correct one.  We have been all over the park and he loves
it!  I am very comfortable with him and can take him anywhere now.  He
has one fault however that I have to be real careful with……..he unties
himself and strolls off to visit his buddies unless I tie him down real tight
to something.  LOL   It is unbelievably funny to watch!  
Thanks for everything.  Congrats again Jenn to you and Matt.  

Take care."
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"I rode Hershey today and he was calm and has a wonderful gait.
He's handsome and friendly, too.  We are going to have a great time together!

Thank you!!"

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"Hi Jenn,  
Just wanted to tell you how delighted I am with Sky!!  He trailered like a rock.  I overnighted him in
Gardnerville.  He jumped right in the next morning in a straight load two horse.  I rode him today.  He was
perfect.  He is so light mouthed that I ride him with just a little finger.  He does love to get dirty!  LOL    
He has learned about carrots. Come when he is called and talks when it's time to eat.  

Thank you so much for a wonderful horse."


"Hi Jenn
Thank you so much for not giving up on finding me the perfect horse.  I rode Nikky today.  She has the
smoothest gaits, like floating on air.  She is a dream to halter, stands to mount and dismount.
Don really likes the horse he got from you but would trade me anytime.
So far they are getting along fine although I think Dons horse will be the alpha.  
Wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday and a healthy New Year.
Marietta and Don"


"Hi Jennifer,
Stetson has made it safe and sound to Texas!  He was delivered around midnight last night and put into his
stall.  We went and spent lots of time with him today and he his so sweet natured and beautiful!  

The vet just happened to be at the stables so we had Stetson checked out and all looks great.  So happy
- I know we'll have years of great riding!
Thank you!



" Jenn,

Both horses are doing great at our little farm in East Texas. We spent a
month in Colorado with them this past summer. They made the trip easily
and seemed to enjoy the rougher trails and cooler weather of the
mountains.  Here's a photo from the Colorado trip.
Thanks again!


" Jenn,

Pepper is doing well and settling in nicely. After good night sleep,  some
fat flakes, and a bath, him and Quinn went on their mini maiden voyage
today and things went super! She rode him up and down the driveway with
a smile ear to ear. More updates later ... and thank you again.
I can't believe he's here!

:-)  Lisa, Quinn, and Pepper"


" Dear Jenn and Christie:

Its been almost seven months since our beloved Smokey arrived in Virginia.  Smokey is at a lovely barn with
folks that really know how to take care of their horses.  This barn has a covered arena so I am able to ride and
spend time with him even during inclement weather.  Smokey and I are building a strong connection and he
is looking to me as his leader.  I am with him daily to groom, walk, or just be together.  I am so happy that we
found Dream Walker Ranch because he is everything that I expected and more.  He loves being with other
horses and is never aggressive.  On the trails he is fearless and he loves to go.  There is no spook in  this boy.  
As a matter of fact the people I ride with tell me that their horses get a good workout when Smokey is riding
with them.  Dream Walker Ranch wasn't kidding when you said he has a motor.  
Smokey has changed my life and he is a dream of a horse.  
Thank you for everything.  

MaryJane Charbonneau"


I am so sorry that it has taken me so long to contact you about Warrior and how he's doing.  I can't say that I've done anything exciting with him
over the last year and I kept waiting to have "news".  I've over the last 2 months started riding more.  We had a rough winter.  
I wanted to tell you that he is the sweetest animal.  Just for starters, he befriended an OTT mare that I have who is not able to be ridden
because of an old knee injury and is at the bottom of the herd.  She doesn't like to hang around with the other horses because she
takes a lot of abuse.  Yesterday, I walked out to find the two of them snoozing and Warrior had his head resting against her side.  He's
just kind, through and through.
I have taken him out on short distances alone and on Mother's Day had a wonderful trail ride with two of my children.  He is so trustworthy
and fun!  I am in high hopes that he will be my trail partner for many years to come.  I even loped a bit down the trail....I NEVER do that!!
I am taking him to a gaited horse clinic in NC at the end of this month with Jennifer Bauer and I hope to learn to be a more balaced rider for him.
He deserves that!

I hope you are doing really well.  I look at your site often because the beautiful horses that come through your barn are fascinating!  My
husband walks through the room and just says, "Uh oh".  I'm trying to tell him that we need "James Bond"!  He is gorgeous! I haven't had
any success yet but I'll keep working on him! LOL

Take care and thank you for such a wonderful horse.  He is everything that you said he is."

Barbara Marsh
"Hi Jenn

Just wanted to let you know that Teako, renamed as Tango, has settled in very well.  He is a very solid citizen and has easily adapted to his new
home.  He is prettier than I first thought....I am starting to really appreciate his rich chocolate color.....and is very personable.  He has been out on
the trails several times, and we are spending a lot of time on ground work.  I'll keep you posted, but so far I am very happy with him!!

Thanks for all of your help"

"Hi Jenn,

Rode Karat (aka Sundance) today for about 4 hours and I am happy to say that on just day two he was PERFECT!  His gaits are wonderful, he's light
in the mouth and very responsive to leg.    I could not be more pleased!

We rode on roads, up and down washes, past blowing bags and he never missed a beat.  And he's darn easy on the eyes too.  Thank you, thank
you, thank you!!!!

Annie, Sundance and Shiloh"

Greg and I just wanted you to know that we let the horses settle in for a few days to adapt to their new surroundings. We finally took them for a
ride on Tuesday. They were wonderful! Best ride either of us has had in years! We thank you so much for all your help and we know they will be
with us for many years to come!

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"Good afternoon,

I just wanted to take a few minutes and send you some pictures of Sara and I. She is super sweet and I have a lot of fun with her. She is boarded
in close proximity to a stud and has never shown any mare-ish behavior. I haven't gotten to ride her as much as I would like but as soon as the
saddle is on she is ready to go explore. She is very adventurous and likes to move but she listens very well too. She can be a bit cantankerous
from time to time but once corrected the behavior never happens again. I have a young OTTB and she does really well with him though he has
the hardest time keeping up with her as he is a bit on the lazy side and she likes to go.  One thing that I find odd, though not problematic at all, is
that she prefers to be mounted on her right side instead of the left like most horses. It took
me a while to figure this out but I feel better knowing I can mount from either side. All in all she is a great horse and I look forward to our future
together, which may include MSAR training as the boarding stables I board at offer training and certification for it.
Thank you so much again for

-Angela Trice"
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"Hi Jen,

We have put many miles on our new great horses. Both are keepers!  Move great, great on the trails, and excellent minds (not to mention looks)

Thanks for these two great horses.


Penny and Lyndie"


"Hey Jen,

Just wanted to let you know that I LOVE Gunner.  He has a wonderful
personality, his gait is awesome and he's full of energy!  Thank you so
much from Cincinnati!  It was worth the trip to Vegas.

Brenda Olmstead"

"Hi Jen,
I just wanted to touch bases with you and let you no how very very happy I am with Domino (now Toby.)  You were
such a pleasure and professional to deal with and he is more then you represented him to be.  I was
considering several and you thought him to be the perfect match for me and you were so right. It took him a few
weeks to trust me but now we are best buds and he follows me everywhere, he is such an amazing
boy! When riding him he just glides along and many of my neighbors now call him Prancer his head is high and his
tail is up and he is smooth. He is content going out and loves doing his job and usually doses off at
the tie rack when we get back. He gets a grain treat with his night feeding and when I walked to the barn yesterday
morning to feed him he walked out of his stall with his grain tub in his mouth just looking at me,
I said no not till tonight you no better so he just dropped it and followed me to his hay feeder....quite the personality!
He also is learning to kick a ball and a few times has had a pretty powerful kick. Not only is he
well trained and a pleasure to ride but he is loyal and has provided me with many laughs and companionship. I am
so glad I came across your website and thankful you represent your horses so well, buying site unseen is
risky but I could not have done better. I am going to be looking for a companion for Toby in spring, I will contact you
and I am sure you will make another great match.

Thank You Again Jen and Happy Holidays.
Bonnie Kindice"