Our facility is an evolving one. Our day working cowboy, Bill, is making a living working for a rancher on the outskirts of Lewistown. This makes for limited opportunities to work on our property. It’s a catch 22: work on your own property, without direct pay for that labor or earn a paycheck fixing another man’s fences, while your own need work. But our goal and desire is to make Heritage Club Stables a beautiful, working horse facility.
The backdrop of the Judith Mountains make for a beautiful setting and the snowy winter days make for an eye-catching landscape. The cold and snow do make winter watering a challenge and in the spring there is a pile of manure to push together. But what is more breath-taking than the Big Sky Country?
We invite you to learn more about us at About Us