Ute Creek Equine is a full-care boarding and training facility, offering foundational training for both horse and rider, drawing from a multidiscipline background in Dressage, Jumping and Natural Horsemanship. We also have tailored boarding options for retired horses, young horse turn-out and short term care for horse owners on vacation. Our ranch is located in northern Taos County, New Mexico. Ute Creek Ranch consists of 150 acres of fenced grazing pastures, barns and arena, paddocks, hay production and stream.
Ute Creek offers customized boarding packages from pasture to stall. All packages include grass hay, feed/grain, clean water and supervision. For more information and rates click here. Horse Boarding Retired Horses New Mexico
Ute Creek Ranch is a paradise for horses – 150 acres in which they can graze and run. They’re with other horses like nature intended… with Nicole carefully matching for compatibility. They get excellent attention year-round With supplements only as needed and much gentle care and love. Whether you need training or simply boarding, I do not know of a better place for a horse. Nicole is the best horse woman I’ve known in my whole life, and Jonathan provides much love and barn care for the horses. If you want your horse pampered, Ute Creek Equine is the place. My horse, Dash – a 25 year old Arabian, was treated like $1 million race horse
Mary Lane LeslieTaos, New Mexico
Ute Creek Equine is a beautiful ranch in an idyllic setting. My Horses have been very happy there and beautifully cared for as Nicole and Jonathan run a very professional operation. Nicole is a talented trainer and rider.
Heather Croome-CarrollTaos, New Mexico
I gave Nicole a challenging 4 year old, she returned to me a respectful, confident dressage horse. Thank you Nicole!
Michelle RuyleTelluride, Colorado
What a red-letter day! Almost exactly five months since he arrived at Ute Creek Equine, I was able to ride my handsome chestnut boy. Thanks to the meticulous care and training of Nicole Trousdale, this lovely horse is overcoming neglect that resulted in malnutrition, hoof issues, and ringworm. To mark a new life, this off-track thoroughbred has a new name, the same as Secretariat’s in his stable: Red