Lazy Three Bar Ranch’s story started many years before the ranch did. It all begin with a mom and daughter who had a passion for animals. What was once their hobby was turned into a business, offering the public access to high quality foals, stud services, and training. Their first foal, a mule was born in 2008. Both Angelica and Adrianne went through Treasure Valley Community Colleges Horse Production and Training Program under Wade Black in 2014-2016 to add to their knowledge (Wade Black is a phenomenal horseman but more recently his skills were shown to the public being the 2019 Road to the Horse Wild Card Champion). They have established their own training style over the years, however they cater to every animals individual needs as they strongly believe one size does not fit all.
In November 2017 Angelica received a kidney transplant, this has been one of the biggest blessings to allow this duo to continue doing what they love. Due to the medical ups and downs financially, physically, and mentally it has taken the 2 years to catch up. They sold quite a few retained animals that they bred and raised as well as training projects. They had also previously turned away clients for training and breeding,
With 2020 upon us this duo is back in action taking mares for breed, horses/mules/donkeys for training as well as offering a limited number of lessons and consignment animals.
Adrianne was previously a larch animal vet tech, now working in the produce department at Albertsons and Angelica manages Lazy Three Bar Ranch’s social media, website, and clients. The two of them together care for and manage their herd, as well as train, and breed.