BNH Quarter Horses

Buster & Helen Brown

BNH Quarter Horses

PO Box 5
Whitlash, MT  59545
(406) 432-5100
bnh@northerntel.net
www.bnhquarterhorses.com

Buster, Helen, BJ and Jack Brown welcome you to BNH Quarter Horses! We are a working cattle and horse ranch located in the Sweetgrass Hills of north central Montana with 100 years of western heritage. The ranch has been owned and operated by four generations of Brown’s,  and our boys, BJ and Jack are the fifth generation.  BJ and Jack are competing in High School Rodeo on our BNH horses and we use horses for our cattle work on the ranch as well.

Through the years, raising and training Quality working cowhorses has been our main goals. Since our horses have been such a significant part of the ranch, we have developed a breeding program that gives us the type of horse that can put in a full day on the ranch and still be competitive in the performance arena.

We have proven our ranch horses are of this quality by producing Snaffle Bit and Reining Futurity winners, Barrel Racing Futurity finalists, High School Rodeo winners, an NFR Team Roping qualifier, Certificate of Abilities in NCHA cuttings, ROM’s in AQHA Reining, top award winners in 4-H competitions on the local and state level, cowy ranch horses and recreational pleasure horses.

We believe that raising these outstanding horses requires careful selection of stallions and strict requirements for our Broodmares. Disposition, trainability, conformation, athletic ability, pedigree and cow sense are all factors in our selection process. With this in mind, our mares have to prove their worth on the ranch and or in the performance arena before they are considered for a broodmare. Many of our mares are past performers or have produced performers. Our older mares are from the foundation bloodlines; Hancock, Skipper W, Ambrose, Kitty Hawk, Ricky Taylor, Tom Pool and Smith McKee. The younger broodmares area by many of our old mares and out of our more recent stallions; Driftwood Doc, Two Fox Chaparral and Sonitas Bo San. Our current studs, Driftwoods Devil and Feature Tonto are featured on the Stallions page, please check them out.

If you have any questions about our operation or you have any training question please email us and we’ll do our best to help you out.