What is the difference between Heritage Ranch and Heritage Farms?

Heritage Ranch is our training, breeding and boarding facility located in Farr West, Utah. We have three full-time trainers and the ranch cares for 200 horses. Heritage also stands multiple stallions at stud and has the capabilities to collect and ship semen. Many foals are born at Heritage Ranch each spring. The ranch has large stalls equipped with cameras to keep an eye on the mares as they foal out. Heritage offers an on-site veterinary clinic, South Valley Equine, and an underwater horse treadmill for equine rehab and conditioning. The ranch has an indoor and outdoor arena, multiple turn-out pens, a covered round pen and two walkers.

Heritage Farms is the family-owned breeding side of the ranch. Established in 1996, Heritage Farms has bred, owned and sold some of the top Reining and Western Pleasure horses in the industry. They have sold horses to owners all around the country and overseas. Both Heritage Ranch and Heritage Farms are owned and operated by the Fishburn Family. Andy Fishburn manages everything from breeding to sales.

hf mobster

Heritage Farms and Silver Spurs currently owns HF Mobster who was the 2013 NRHA Open Derby Champion. He is a 2008 AQHA & APHA buckskin stallion by Gunner x Dun It’s Black Gold. Has won over $122,000. Trained and shown by Jordan Larson. Standing at Silver Spurs.

Cool Krymsun Lady

Cool Crimson Lady was previously owned by Heritage Farms. She is a 5-time World or Reserve World Champion Western Pleasure horse. She is one of AQHA’s all-time winningest mares. She was the second highest selling pleasure horse of all time and is now owned by the Knapp family. When Heritage Farms sold her, Heritage Farms retained multiple embryos so they are continuing to raise foals out of her.

Suddenly A Cool Lady

Suddenly A Cool Lady was previously owned by Heritage Farms. She won the 2011 Equine Chronicle Masters 2-Year-Old Western Pleasure class and Reserve World Champion 2-Year-Old at the 2011 AQHA World Show.