Author Archive for Jenn Zeller

Jenn is a native of Oklahoma and grew up in Texas. More an anomaly of the equine world than not, she didn’t grow up riding; as her first horse wasn’t a part of her life until she was 12 years old. She is a graduate of Tarleton State University (Stephenville, TX) where she majored in Marketing and competed in the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Assocaition rodeos in the goat tying, breakaway roping, and barrel racing. Currently she resides in South Dakota with her cowboy on his family’s 8,500 acre ranch. Primarily the ranch is a Black Angus cow/calf operation and raises Registered American Quarter Horses. She has been training horses for the public for about 10 years and giving riding lessons for around 15 years. Jenn enjoys telling the story of the joys and sorrows of living on a South Dakota working ranch.

A June Wedding

If the low number of blog posts wasn’t an indication of how busy this summer has been, maybe this will be a clue: Here are my favorite photos, shot at a wedding in June. Yes. I said JUNE! But I suppose it’s better to share late than not share at all, so without further ado, […]

Cosmo Cuteness!

I’m sure I do this every year with all my colts, but seriously, I cannot get enough of her! She’s too darn adorable to keep to myself so the nice thing to do is share her, right? It is the only right thing to do! Seriously. Does it get cuter?

Where the Wild Onions Grow

Where the wild onions grow there’s grass, and clover and wild flowers. Pretty yellow flowers that wave above the grass: Where the wild onions grow, horses graze in grass-filled draws. You’ll find a grown up, two-year old, “Bombshell“. She sure did get pretty! Where the wild onions grow, babies play peek-a-boo around their mamas. Where […]

Potato pancakes

I love potatoes. In fact if you don’t like potatoes I’m pretty sure we can’t be friends. I realize they’re probably not the best thing to eat if you’re trying to lose weight, but since the Super Bowl was this past weekend and I busted out some homemade potato skins, I had leftover potatoes. One […]