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Triangle S Equestrian Ranch

Buffalo, Johnson County , Wyoming

covered arena • pen • hay barn • 2 barns • 4 Run-in stalls

Property description

Situated in the picturesque Shell Creek valley, along the foothills of the Bighorn Mountains, lies the historic Triangle S Ranch. This property is primarily used for equestrian and recreational activities, but includes a small cattle and hay production operation. The indoor arena and vast amount of adjoining public land make this the perfect place for the equestrian enthusiast; either for professional purposes, or leisure and enjoyment. The arena is currently leased for horse trainers, clinics and roping events. For those interested in creating an equestrian center enterprise, the opportunity is here indeed.

Hay production on the ranch varies from year to year, but annual yields of 3-4 tons per acre are possible. The grazing land is best suited for a very small cow herd or for a place to turn out your horses. Bottom line is that it’s great having both the irrigated land and the dryland pasture. Additionally, the hay fields, along with the riparian areas provide great habitat for wildlife, especially deer, upland birds and an occasional elk.


Home Features

  • Older, but very charming 3 bedroom, 2 bath farmhouse with enclosed front porch, walk-in pantry, classic living room with working wood-burning fireplace, wood floors, separate den/study. The bedrooms all have walk-in closets.

Lot Features

  • Seller does not and will not offer or provide any express or implied warranties of ownership, title or possession with respect to any water rights, stored water shares, ditch rights or shares or the like; Seller disclaims any and all such warranties.
  • ± 400 deeded acres
  • ± 60 acres farmed and under center pivot used for alfalfa production
  • Borders nearly 11,000 acres of Wyoming state land
  • Provides direct access to the 1.1 million acre Bighorn National Forest
  • Irrigation Water Rights
  • Hallie Ditch Company – 40 Shares
  • Rock Creek & Piney Reservoir & Ditch Company – 3.75 shares
  • Willow Park Reservoir Company – 40 shares

Horse Facility Features

  • Very large 35,000 sf steel frame building that includes a 250’ x 120’ indoor arena and 20’ x 240’ area for equipment and hay storage; tack rooms, 4 stalls, a feed room and also a bathroom. The arena is used for a variety of equestrian activities on this ranch including, training horses, eventing, recreational riding and competitive roping. (Includes a Pearson roping chute, custom built, heavy duty roping boxes, alleys, fences, 10 outdoor pens for your horses with partial cover and direct access to the barn and indoor arena).
  • Original barn from 1902 that has been well maintained and still used for livestock.
  • Morton built loafing sheds in all the paddocks for livestock protection. Most of the pens have automatic and heated waterers.
  • Solar well in the big west pasture.


  • 15 miles to schools
  • 15 miles to airports
  • 115 miles to hospitals
  • 15 miles to shopping
  • 1 miles to trails

Information deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Buyer to verify all information


105 Little Fork Road, Buffalo, Johnson County, Wyoming




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