New business owners are breathing life back to an old stable in Kearney
KEARNEY, Neb. —
New business owners are breathing life back to an old stable in Kearney.
Mountain Rose Ranch officially opened this weekend. The horsemanship training and boarding facility has taken over the stables just south of Cottonmill Park.
Owners say they're glad to bring their focus of "partnership training" from Colorado to Central Nebraska.
"I think the area has really been needing and craving for a while kind of a community-based center," said Mountain Rose Horsemanship owner/trainer Emily Johnson. "So we're hopeful that this ranch to really serve the community, help bring some positive and productive education between people and their horses, to help people understand them better, to help them enjoy better safety and success. No one will argue with that."
This weekend's grand opening events included a horse owner's workshop and a trouble-free trailering workshop.
More information about the Mountain Rose Ranch and what it offers can be found at www.mountainrosehorsemanship.com.