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From an early age, I discovered I had a love for horses and the lifestyle that came along with them. I bought a bronze horse statue at an auction in my 20’s, which I cherish dearly. Every journey I have taken seems to bring that statue back to my life. 

Well, the statue that I cherished happened to be a sculpture made by the famous Frederic Remington. The brass plate bore the name “The Wicked Pony.” 

Twenty years later, I found this little piece of heaven tucked away in the quiet hills of Jefferson County, the “WICKED PONY RANCH.” 

Brenda Rush, owner of Wicked Pony Ranch, poses in a rustic rocking chair with floral upholstery.

Brenda Rush, Owner of Wicked Pony Ranch

A little girl's dream...

A bucking bronco statue sits atop a wood table; the statue represents the "wicked ponies" that lent the name to Wicked Pony Ranch.

The horses on the ranch were once "wicked ponies" as most of them have been rescued from abuse or neglect.  Just as each couple creates their new beginning, we have given our horses a new beginning here at the ranch.  The Wicked Pony Ranch is a family-owned, authentic working horse ranch, and a unique venue.  It recaptures the cowboy way of living, immersed with inspiring romantic elegance that will create memories to last a lifetime.

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