Y0 Equine Ranch on McCormick Road
Find your perfect melding of western lifestyle, convenience and luxury at the one-of-a-kind YO Equine Ranch. Whether your inner enthusiast seeks high end horse breeding in a celebrated polo community, farming 80+/- quality irrigated acres, or hunting and fishing your own stretch of riparian covered Little Goose Creek, there is plenty to satisfy on this 103+/- acre property.
Enjoy the comfort of the 5 bedroom, 5.5 bathroom main home, perched perfectly for 180-degree views of the Big Horn Mountains and 360-degree views of the entire estate. This custom home is well appointed with cherry wood floors and cabinets enhancing a nice balance of formal space and more casual living with wet bars and recreational rooms. Solace for the horse maven is found in the 72'x120', fully insulated riding arena providing comfortable climate for year round use. Attached to the arena is a horse barn equipped with 10 large horse stalls plus 2 heated foaling stalls. Nearly 1,900 feet of Little Goose Creek meanders through the property creating secluded trout fishing and wildlife habitat with thriving fowl and deer. Realize the ambition of rural life with the convenience of living only minutes from both Sheridan and Big Horn, Wyoming.
For more information contact us at CENTURY 21 BHJ Realty, Inc. - (307) 672-5838
Bruce Garber, Broker-Owner (307) 752-2013
Roger St. Clair, Associate Broker (307) 751-6969
Joe Steger, Sales Associate (307) 763-2752
Y O Equine was thoughtfully developed as a state-of-the-art horse facility, it matters not whether the future owner is interested in a breeding, training or boarding enterprise. The safe and efficient layout of the fully insulated and maintenance free improvements are a horseman’s dream, all built with the premier construction of Morton Buildings. The 12 stall barn includes 10, 12 x 12 boarding stalls with outdoor runs and 2 over-sized foaling stalls fully kitted with heated water, swing out feeder and Dutch doors, the stalls access directly into a vet/tack/office area. This space includes large office, tack room and lounge/lab with ½ bath, full of built-ins with tongue & groove finishes.
The vet room is equipped with horse stocks, concrete and rubber flooring, as well as rubber lined walls and floor drains. Hot and cold running water and heat are available throughout this year-round facility.
The 72’ x 120’ indoor arena is conveniently available from the barn to make bad weather a non-issue for daily operations.
With nearly 3 miles of horse safe fiberglass pipe fencing around paddocks and irrigated pastures, each with 3 sided loafing sheds and year around water, Y O Equine is set up for all the convenience and safety one would expect from a world class horse enterprise.
Hay Production and Storage:
With 80 acres irrigated through a private/metered gravity flow pipeline, the YO is a truly efficient and productive forage operation. With 20+ acres of grass/alfalfa and 20+ acres of straight grass producing in excess of 150 tons annually of top quality horse hay. This ranch offers 2 large hay/equipment storage buildings (over 6,000 sq.ft.) with room for 225 tons of hay and the equipment necessary to harvest it.
The 40+ acres of hay ground is irrigated by gravity flow side roll sprinklers and most of the horse pasture has easy access to irrigation risers and sprinkled by big guns.
Uniquely, the tract lies near to one of the premier golf courses in the western U.S., the Powder Horn Golf Community; while to the east stretch endless miles of pristine prairie ranch land. To the south and west, the Big Horn Mountains jut from the landscape, displaying a breathtaking glimpse of Mother Nature’s handiwork. Several miles to the south, a country road leads to the Wyoming Bird Farm, catering to the state’s sportsmen, and then on to the Big Horn Polo Club, a startling expanse of deep green fields comprising the nation’s first polo club established west of the Mississippi.
The area is serviced by the City of Sheridan, Wyoming, a welcoming community of 17,000. Known for its devotion to the arts and western heritage, Sheridan attracts people in search of a small-town lifestyle with the benefits of big-city culture, dining, and boutique shopping. Air Service is available to the community via Denver International Airport with 2 daily flights. The local airport is equipped to handle all private aircraft.
- MLS Number: 19-613
- Acres: 103
- style: Equine Ranch Property
- Land and Ranch: Yes