As seen on Taylor Sheridan’s The Last Cowboy, world-class equine facility hits the market in Joseph, Oregon.
Purchase of the 100-acre property, featuring luxurious barns and a total of four homes is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
In season one of Taylor Sheridan’s The Last Cowboy, professional reining horse trainer Matt Mills flies a private jet to the ranch in eastern Oregon to purchase a horse competitive enough to win the “Run for a Million.” The episode is known for debuting one of the most impressive barns, arenas, and equine facilities in the country.
Click on the slideshow above to see interior of barn.
The main barn has 35 stalls, Polylast flooring throughout, radiant floor heating, a boiler system, and highly engineered roofing that helps maintain a temperature of 60 degrees at all times. A great room with a huge window overlooks the arena, perfect for entertaining.
“No expense was spared when constructing the six-year-old facility, which is suitable for housing all types of horses within any equine discipline,” listing agent Rachel Rhoden explained. “The ranch is set up for breeding, raising, and training horses and has a breathtaking view of the Wallowa Mountains.
“It has everything a horseman wishes for — heated indoor arena, radiant heated flooring, outdoor arena, fully covered six-horse walker, hay barns, heat-controlled feed barn, separate breeding barn, a scenic pond, and sophisticated entertainment lounge.”
The property’s main home is 4,770 square feet, featuring two separate bedroom guest quarters with a kitchenette, living/dining area, full bath, and laundry. There are also two homes for employees, one of which features small living quarters above the barn.
Click on the slideshow above to see the interior of the main ranch house as well as the employee ranch house.
The property is the current home of the Tamarack Ranch, which is relocating to Texas.
100 acres | 4,770 square feet
Listed by Rachel Rhoden and Jered Rhoden with Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty
Photography: Jerrad Miller, Sheri Storey, and Jim Essick.
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