Join Us for Our 1st Annual Spring Spectacular Select Sale
May 22, 2021
The Horseman’s Mission Event 2020 has been cancelled. THE SELECT HORSE SALE is still on! Check the flyer for new location.
The Board of the Horseman’s Mission deeply regrets the cancellation of this event following discussions with the Holmes County Health Department. If you purchased tickets in advance, please be patient, your money will be refunded.
The Sale is On!
The Horseman’s Mission will be conducting our 1st annual Spring Spectacular Select Sale on Saturday, May 22nd 2021 at 12:00 PM
Located at the Rocking T Ranch (formerly known as Windy Knoll Farm), 474 State Route 58,
Sullivan Ohio 44880
3rd Annual Horseman’s Mission
Oct. 21-22-23 2021
* 3 Day Colt Starting Competition
* Thursday & Friday Night Performance
Held at Harvest Ridge
(Holmes County Fairgrounds)
* Fall Sale Nov. 19th & 20th
Held at Rocking T Ranch
This is our 1st annual Spring Spectacular Select sale brought to you by the Raber family and Maynard Miller.
We have been in the horse selling and training business for 25 years. We love to bring our finished horses to the sale and find the perfect buyers. We have traveled all over the Midwest and Western states to some great sales.
Miller from Pine Acres Quarter Horses has been in the breeding & training business for 20 years. Together we have selected 100 of the finest horses by some great and trusted consignors. We will be offering Ranch, Trail, Performance, English & Western trained horses. All level of horses will be available.
Please take advantage of our online catalog to preview these great horses and register for online or phone bidding if you can’t be there. This will take place on Saturday, May 22, at 12:00 PM., Rocking T Ranch (formerly known as Windy Knoll Farm), Sullivan, OH.
Colt Starting Competition
3 Colts • 3 Trainers • 3 Days
Each trainer has 11/2 hours per day.
Judged on horsemanship and finished performance.
1st place wins a saddle by JR Custom Saddlery
My wife, Emily, and I live near Dundee, Ohio. As far as a job goes, I am fortunate and grateful to work in the family business. In whatever time we have left, we enjoy living outdoors, riding horses, and the ag lifestyle. We’ve got about 2 acres here at the house and barn, but are fortunate to be able to rent some pasture up the road from us. There we run a few cows and raise some beef. I got involved with horses through my Grandpa. He worked with a lot of problem horses, and tried to see things from the horses’ unique perspective. I enjoy the challenge in working different horses that are all unique in their own way. We don’t live on a large cattle ranch by any means, but working cows on horses is something we are always eager to do. It gives purpose and meaning to any training we do in the arena, and going up against a hard nosed cow every now and then is always good for both man and beast! Haha… HAPPY TRAILS!
Howard City, MI
MaryBeth Thornton is from Howard City, Michigan. She started her training business 5 years ago after completing her Master Certification through Ken McNabb. MaryBeth enjoys starting colts and putting a solid foundation on horses so they can go any direction. She gives lessons and clinics working with both the horse and rider to improve communication and help them reach their goals. In 2018 MaryBeth went through Josh Lyons Accreditation program which spurred her on to compete in the reining industry and work with more performance horses.
She is honored with the opportunity to compete in this years Horseman’s Mission, colt starting competition and looks forward to being with you soon.
I consider myself horseman in progress, starting on a bareback pony in (approx.) 2002 that Grandpa bought out of Mt. Hope @ the regular monthly sale.
I live in Fresno, OH with my wife, Mary Esther, and our 3 children. We are just getting started in raising quarter horses. I love to see a rough rebellious horse transform into a reliable partner that is trustworthy. I’m not a professional, but truly believe that God has no need for us humans to beat an animal into a productive tool/machine, just because we’re upset or ignorant of a better way to connect to an animal. Sharing with each other from different experiences is one of the best ways I know of that will help and teach our family, neighbors, and friends of a better way.
To God be the glory the Glory, Honor, and Thankfulness in everything; Amen.
Ken McNabb Horsemanship
Discovering the horseman within
Clinician, Mission Host moderator and
Sponsored by Weaver Leather
The Charro on the Road
Lundahl Performance Horses
C and C Horsemanship
Hidden View Ranch
This event is
by Pro Rodeo
Fine horses with fine training.
When & where our event will be held.
Who we are & what we do.
The Horseman’s Mission is to “inspire both young and old horse lovers to work with the horse in a horsemanship manner. Using communication and feel creating a trust and bond that allows us to reach unlimited goals. To encourage spiritual communication to reach eternal goals.”
Come and join us Saturday, May 22, 2021 at the Rocking T Ranch in Sullivan, Ohio
Ray Raber — 330.275.2877
Maynard Miller — 330.275.4015
Brenton Schlabach — 330.231.7426
Stall & Barn
Daniel Erb — 330.201.8675
Secretary & Treasurer
Eli Miller — 330.600.2115
For Select Horse Sale information contact Ray Raber (330.275.2877) or Maynard Miller (330.275.4015)
The Horseman’s Mission Select Sale & Horse Auction will be happy to help you find horses of all kinds for sale in Ohio!