Jessica and Reggie

When I first brought Reggie (an off-track thoroughbred) to Tracy, he was lame and very thin from our last boarding facility. Within a few months, he was not only sound and quite fat, he was happier than I had had ever seen him before. I soon noticed that not only was my horse happier and healthier, but I was too. Reggie and I are very thankful to Tracy and all of our other new Royal-T Ranch friends.

Julie and Cosmo

For those that know Tracy and the Royal T Ranch, many horses and people have stopped by on a whim and end up never leaving. I have to admit, I was one of those people. Within a few months of being at RTR, I began working as a student. Although I had never had a formal riding lesson, I found myself learning more and more by watching Tracy give lessons, and helping her around the farm. Soon I began helping Tracy with some of the more difficult horses that came to the farm for help. I found myself staying at the farm from sun up to sun down. Tracy took the time to not only tell me what to do, but also why I should. She has never turned away anyone with the desire to learn. The benches by the arena are always full of students at every lesson. My passion for helping horses and others has continued to grow. Though I have "grown up" and moved away; I will always hold a special place in my heart for Tracy and Royal T Ranch. There are so many memories that I will cherish forever.