Former Wrangler at Zapata Ranch at The Nature Conservancy
almost 2 years ago
The day usually started at 7am, where we met at the corrals to tack up the horses for guests, then we’d load up horses and meet the guests at the lodge for their rides. From there we’d take guests to the sand dunes, our bison herd, or our cattle herd and ride with them for 6 hours, return and untack horses, and then lead them in evening activities like Leatherworking or roping lessons. Once or twice a week we’d have dinner duty and serve the guests, and on days we didn’t have guests we’d do normal ranch chores.