Rafterjlranch.com. Check this website out as an example of what a Hired Hand Website can look like for you. Be sure to look at the Horses page, to see how the pedigree information can work for you to promote your stock.
The following websites are being designed by Hired Hand at this time, and should be online shortly.
*Beving Quarter Horses from Wellsburg, IA. Lindsey Beving raises foundation quarter horses at his ranch by Wellsburg. Lindsey has emphasized the Blackburn bloodlines, and has many buckskin, dun, and palomino mares raising over 30 foals each year. Lindsey also has a facebook page, Beving Quarter Horses, which contains his contact information. Be sure to check out his page, and once his site goes live, we'll promote it on social media so you can check it out.
*Broken J Lazy A Ranch from Aplington, IA. Ann Luebbers, along with her husband Jim, raise many Paint and Quarter Horses. They also stand several stallions. The ranch is the home of Real Bonanza (APHA/AQHA), who is a lifetime leading sire in the APHA industry, and after getting his AQHA papers, has done very well in the AQHA world as well, siring many point earners. The ranch also stands Guitar Gun, AQHA sire owned by Dave Eberline. Guitar Gun is sire of many point earners and world show qualifiers, as well as NCHA money earners. The Ultimate of Lazy is another stallion standing at the ranch, and is starting to make a name for himself in the pleasure horse world. This horse is co-owned by Ann and Kelly Cox. A fourth sire standing at the ranch is the standard jack, JB Western Royal Traveler, who is making a name for himself in the donkey and mule business. He has been siring many performance mules. Ann has a facebook page for the ranch, as well as one for each of the sires that she stands. Be on the lookout for her new website!
*Truax Brittanys from Parkersburg, IA. Ken and LInda Truax raise outstanding Brittany dogs, with champion bloodlines backed with performance pedigrees. They are raising outstanding hunting dogs and more importantly, outstanding companions. Check out their facebook page, and be on the lookout for their new page.
*Mike Davis Reiners from Davenport, IA. Mike is a very talented trainer, specializes in reining horses. He shows nationally, and also helps coach many amateur and non-pros in the pursuit of their reining horse showing dreams. Mike has had much success showing and coaching other riders. Be on the lookout for his new website, and check out his facebook page as well.