Named for a creek that runs through it, Wagonhound Land and Livestock is headquartered 20 miles south of Douglas, Wyoming, along the Laramie Range of the Rocky Mountains. Wagonhound Creek received its name due to the number of wagons on the nearby Oregon Trail that, while crossing the creek, broke their “hounds,” the part of the wagon that connects the tongue and axle.
Wagonhound Land and Livestock features one of the top horse breeding facilities and training operations in the state. An outstanding broodmare band is housed there, and the ranch makes use of its own stallions – NCHA Open Finals Champion WR THIS CATS SMART and AQHA World Champion GENUINE MASTERPIECE – as well as some of the other top cutting and cow horse stallions in the industry. The ranch’s operations includes 2,500 of the finest Red Angus cattle in the market. They are selected and managed to produce high quality replacement heifers and the highest grade of beef.
Wagonhound’s Farming Division includes 4,000 acres of premium alfalfa hay and specializes in raising the finest dairy and horse hay available; producing more than 20,000 tons of alfalfa hay annually. Wagonhound’s Outfitting Division provides the best Wyoming outfitting in the state. The ranch’s outfitting services are anchored by the trophy elk available on the ranch, as well as abundant mule and whitetail deer, antelope, bear, waterfowl and turkey.