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455 S. County Rd. 137
Bennett, CO 80102

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303.644.4456
303.870.7201

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  Bijous Tumbleweed is the easiest horse to handle and break we have ever had! We trail ride him everywhere and have since our third ride. He has just been taught to drive and pulls the cart like he has always done it! We will definitely be back to see you the next time we are in the market for a horse!

Lynn

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        Thank you for choosing King Bijou for your breeding needs!
 
    Here at Starlight Farms we are raising a small number of quality foals for your consideration. We almost always have young horses and occasionally have broke horses for sale. This depends on demand as they tend to sell quickly. Come on in and have a look around and let us know if we can answer any questions.
 
    We are located on the eastern plains of Colorado, 25 miles east of Denver off of I-70. If you are in the area and would like to stop by give us a call. While you're here don't forget to check out our sale barn and check back for our new arrivals coming in spring 2011.
 
We will soon be adding a page for our young stallion Two ID Boonerang. He will be standing for 2012 for the introductory fee of $400 plus mare care. We will be working with him for collection and shipping semen by May of 2012. He is a very promising colt with a GREAT bloodline. Click on the Photo Gallery on left of this page to see pictures of "Boon". If you would like information on this colt and pictures before we get his page added please email me.
 
 
 
 
Upcoming Events
 
We will be hosting Rich Scott of Vision of Unity Horsemanship for Trail Obstacle, Cow Work and Ranch Roping  clinics. Trail clinics are $125, Cow clinics are $150, and Ranch roping clinics are $150 per day cattle fees are $25 per day per entrant. Please rsvp @ 303-870-7201 or call Rich @ 303-807-5337
 
 
May 5-6, 2012   10am-6pm   Ranch Roping--Two day clinic packed with information and cow work. Limited to 5 riders. Discussing Ranch Roping compared to other types of roping, different styles of ropes, different lenghts, lays, and hondos. We will be practicing various over hand and under hand shots, scoop shot, hula hands, and back hands with a focus on angle and function. Repeating what we have practiced on the roping dummy. There will be an introduction to two man logging, working on dallying, allowing horse to take the load facing and pullin, letting dallies run all while directing and supporting the horse, watching log not saddle horn. Last step prior to working live cattle. And working with cattle.
 
May 12, 2012  10-6pm   Trail Obstacle clinic--Working on getting the horses and riders confident with different obstacle and increasing the level of horsemansgip on the ground and in the saddle. All ages and levels of experience are welcome ( this applies to horse and rider.) limited to 10 riders.
 
June 16.2012  10am - 6pm---Basic cow work---Will touch on basic horesmanship, Lateral work, and then working on tracking and rating cattle, flight zones, and basic cow work.
 
June 23, 2012 10am-6pm--Trail Obstacle course---Working on getting riders and their horses calm and confident with different obstacles and increasing the level of horsemanship on the ground and in the saddle. All ages and experience levels of horse and rider welcome. limit 10 riders
 
July 7, 2012  10am- 6 pm  Trail Obstacle Course---Working on getting horse and rider calm and confident with different obstacles and increasing the level of horsemanship on the ground and in the saddle. All ages and experiences of rider and horse welcome.
 
July 21-22, 2012  10a-6pm  Ranch Roping Clinic--Two day clinic packed with information and cow work. Limited to 5 riders. Discussing Ranch Roping compared to other types of roping, different styles of ropes, different lenghts, lays, and hondos. We will be practicing various over hand and under hand shots, scoop shot, hula hands, and back hands with a focus on angle and function. Repeating what we have practiced on the roping dummy. There will be an introduction to two man logging, working on dallying, allowing horse to take the load facing and pullin, letting dallies run all while directing and supporting the horse, watching log not saddle horn. Last step prior to working live cattle. And working with cattle.
 
August 4, 2012 10a-6pm Trail Obstacle Clinic--Working on getting horse and rider calm and confident with different obstacles and increasing the level of horsemanship on the ground and in the saddle. All ages and experiences of rider and horse welcome.
 
August 11, 2012  10a-6p  Cow working Clinic---Will touch on basic horesmanship, Lateral work, and then working on tracking and rating cattle, flight zones, and basic cow work.
 
September 8-9, 2012 10a-6p  Ranch Roping Clinic----Two day clinic packed with information and cow work. Limited to 5 riders. Discussing Ranch Roping compared to other types of roping, different styles of ropes, different lenghts, lays, and hondos. We will be practicing various over hand and under hand shots, scoop shot, hula hands, and back hands with a focus on angle and function. Repeating what we have practiced on the roping dummy. There will be an introduction to two man logging, working on dallying, allowing horse to take the load facing and pullin, letting dallies run all while directing and supporting the horse, watching log not saddle horn. Last step prior to working live cattle. And working with cattle.
 
September 15, 2012 10a - 6pm trail Obstacle Clinic--Working on getting horse and rider calm and confident with different obstacles and increasing the level of horsemanship on the ground and in the saddle. All ages and experiences of rider and horse welcome.