About Absaroka Tennessee Walking Horses

Absaroka Tennessee Walking Horses is nestled in the East Rosebud Valley just north of the Absaroka/Beartooth Wilderness Area.  Over the mountains in this picture lies Yellowstone National Park.  Our facility boasts a state of the art indoor riding arena with rest rooms, artificial insemination laboratory, tack room, and office.  Our 1200-acre ranch, settled by Emily's grandfather Magnus Johnson in the 1890's, straddles the East Rosebud River.  The original ranch home is now the Johnson Place Guest House and, along with our log bunkhouse, provides space for visitors, some of whom bring horses to ride on our ranch and in the nearby wilderness area.

We are a full-service Tennessee Walking Horse facility, and we're extremely anxious to match you with the Walker of your dreams. Call, write, or E-mail to tell us just how we can be of service to you. Or visit us at the ranch. We're located just 18 miles south of I-90 in south-central Montana. Exit at Columbus (between Billings and Bozeman), come south on Highway #78 to Absarokee, then four more miles south to the ranch.  Or from the south, travel from Cody, Wyoming to Red Lodge, Montana, then come 29 miles north on #78.