Time N' Timber Ranch is located in Cooke County Texas, roughly 45 miles north of the DFW Airport on the northern shore of lake Ray Roberts. It maintains an interactive relationship with other ranches, facilities and equestrian centers participating in competitive dressage events with sport horses. Sport Horses have undergone breeding evolution to create many of the world's finest competitive dressage, hunting and jumping horses in modern times.
Our American Quarter Horses, known for their
even temperaments and powerful hindquarters
are sturdy, yet agile.
Their namesake comes from the breed’s ability to reach speeds of almost 50 mph for short distances where they have dominated the quarter mile race track; hence their name “Quarter Horse”.
We take great pride in and cherish our Arabian horses that are of noble heritage
spanning hundreds of years of pureblood equestrian endurance and showmanship.
We maintain a variety of miniature horses, cattle and donkeys. We will soon announce a new breeding program for Miniature Dexter cattle.
Seen in the 2013 Sundance Film Festival Winning motion picture Upstream Color.
The movie "Upstream Color" directed by Shane Carruth, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on April 5, 2013. It was filmed in part at the Time N Timber Ranch depicting the Farm in the movie during the 40-day film shoot. Upstream Color can be described as a romantic mystery thriller. View on Apple Trailers