The Annual Diamond-McNabb Ranch Horse Sale
14th Annual Diamond-McNabb Ranch Horse Sale to be Hosted Saturday, June 4th, 2022 in Wyoming
Ken McNabb Horsemanship and Diamond Land & Livestock will once again be partnering to produce the premier Diamond-McNabb Ranch Horse Sale. In it’s 14th year, the goal of the sale is to offer quality horses for everyone, from the experienced ranch hand to the recreational trail rider.
The sale will again be held at the beautiful facilities of the Powderhorn Ranch in Douglas, Wyoming. With activities starting the day before when gates open at 3:00PM, attendees are welcome to browse the 80+ horses and visit with riders. A barbecue dinner is offered along with a colt starting presentation from Ken McNabb that you don’t want to miss! On sale day the doors open at 8:00AM, an official preview of the horses will begin at 9:00 and the sale kicks off at 12:30. All are welcome back to the ranch on Sunday for Cowboy Church.
Meet each horse, watch videos and learn more about the sale at dmhorses.com. Stay tuned to Ken’s live TV show on RFD-TV Discovering the Horseman Within or YouTube Channel to watch upcoming episodes of each horse previewed doing what they do best around the ranch, in the arena and more.
Based out of Wyoming, Ken McNabb has been a lifelong horseman. Alongside of sale partner Diamond-Land and Livestock, both strive to produce a quality ranch horse who has been used for real jobs every day. From branding and doctoring cattle, to covering miles of different terrain, to sorting and more each horse is exposed to natural obstacles and brought along as a safe saddle partner. Sale horses have gone on to be used for great trail partners, quality ranch horses, fox hunting, mounted shooting, rodeo, team roping and more. Come on out and Saddle a Gem from Wyoming.
To Learn More About the Sale (schedule, horses, local accommodations, transportation and more) Visit: http://dmhorses.com/ & also stay tuned to both the Ken McNabb Horsemanship & Diamond McNabb Ranch Horses Sale Facebook Pages to get more behind the scenes information on each horse.
Until Then, May God Bless the Trails You Ride ~ Ken