Breeding American Quarter Horses - Bridgeman
Land & Livestock
and Gail Bridgeman, along with daughter, Kristy and son in law Tyler, breed, raise and
train registered Quarter Horses and Appaloosa horses. Bridgeman
Land & Livestock Ltd. started breeding horses
in 1981. Their horses are bred to perform whether it is at a horse
show, in the rodeo arena or on the ranch.
The ranch is home to 7 stallions. Three buckskin quarter horses,
one red dun quarter horse, a sorrel quarter horse, a black horse and 1 colored appaloosa.
All seven stallions are available to a limited number of outside
mares each year. The Buckskin stallions result in a number
of buckskin quarter horses for sale, usually as weanlings.
on the ranch are AQHA point earners, ApHCC and ApHC point earners.
Many are futurity champions and have careers as youth and amateur
horses. Bridgeman Land & Livestock strives to breed
quality horses for a variety of events.
ranch consists of 2,100 acres of pasture, hay land grain land. Many
of the pastures have been sowed down to a blend of grass seed and
alfalfa to allow the foals and their mothers quality grazing. Bridgeman
Land & Livestock Ltd. also grows all their own oats, timothy
and alfalfa to feed their horses. This allows them to have high
quality feed to make their horses perform and nutritional needs.
In 2002, Bridgeman Land & Livestock Ltd. was named the Little
Saskatchewan Conservation District Conservation Farm Family of the
Year. They strive to ranch in harmony with the wildlife and natural
habitat and are very proud of the award and continue to improve
their land management practices.
The Bridgemans offer horses
for sale each year at select consignment sales and by private
treaty. You are invited to stop by the ranch located near Rapid
City, Manitoba to tour the broodmares and stallions that contribute
to the program. There are weanlings, yearlings, started 2 and 3
year olds and finished horses available to view any time you are
in the area. Just give us a call and let
us know when you are coming so we can have the coffee on.