Legendary Wyoming Equestrian Ranch Hits Auction Block August 23rd

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Hall and Hall Auctions will be handling the August 23, 2012 auction of the 28,811± acre Snowy Range Ranch at the Hilton Garden Inn in Laramie, WY at 1:30 pm MST. The property is one of the most desirable Wyoming ranches to hit the auction block in decades.

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Snowy Range Ranch will be offered in any combination of 16 individual parcels or as a total unit.

The profitability of Snowy Range Ranch as a working ranch coupled with the equine facilities and allure of its recreational amenities truly makes it one of the finest properties available in America today.

Hall and Hall Auctions will be handling the August 23, 2012 auction of the 28,811± acre Snowy Range Ranch at the Hilton Garden Inn in Laramie, WY at 1:30 pm MST. The property is one of the most desirable Wyoming ranches for sale to hit the auction block in decades, and interest is expected to be high. It is being offered in 17 tracts, ranging from 25 to 7,624 acres. For more information on the Snowy Range Ranch auction, contact Scott Shuman of Hall and Hall Auctions at 800-829-8747 or James Rinehart at 307-745-6024.

Possessing all the amenities highly sought after in today’s market, properties like Snowy Range Ranch rarely come up for auction. The ranch features four homes, including a manager’s home and an owner’s estate, a world class horse breeding facility, two hangars, a 2,200 ft. landing strip, a concrete helicopter pad, updated barns, corrals, shipping facilities and a number of other operational buildings. The trout fishing on the streams that meander through the property is excellent, and a large elk, deer, and antelope population of more than 800 head roams the ranch. Wildlife residents of the ranch also include red-tail fox, bald eagle, turkeys, and moose.

Snowy Range Ranch follows the eastern slope of the Snowy Range at elevations up to 9,100 feet for five miles through heavy timber, creek bottoms, rocky ridge lines, and across upland pastures dotted with sage, pine, aspen and cottonwoods,” said listing broker James Rinehart of Western United Realty. “The ranch provides excellent grazing and winter feed along with abundant water for easy ranch management.”

The horse breeding facility includes 20 indoor stalls with outdoor runs adjacent to a 48,000 sq. feet indoor arena. This offers an ideal setting for training and working horses. The climate controlled arena is large enough for quality roping, reining, and barrel racing and ranch rodeos. Outdoor paddocks with shelters and a storage building for feed and shavings are additional amenities.

Steeped in western history, this unique hideaway offers complete solitude and privacy, but remains an easy 30 minute drive from Laramie. The setting offers an exceptional combination of convenience and unparalleled seclusion amid spectacular vistas.

“The profitability of Snowy Range Ranch as a working ranch coupled with the equine facilities and allure of its recreational amenities truly makes it one of the finest properties available in America today,” said head of Hall and Hall Auctions Scott Shuman. “Not only is Snowy Range Ranch an amazingly productive ranch for year-round cattle and equine operations, it also yields an average of 2 tons of hay per acre on 700+ acres and it has an additional 4,800± acres of adjudicated water rights for irrigated and sub-irrigated pastures.”

Snowy Range Ranch will be offered in 17 tracts, ranging from 25 to 7,624 acres. Information days to view the property are: Wednesday, July 25th: 3pm-5pm MST; Thursday, July 26th: 9am-11am MST; Thursday, August 9th: 3pm-5pm MST; Friday, August 10th: 9are-11am MST. All information days are being held at Tract 5 at the Horse Arena.

For more information on the Snowy Range Ranch auction, contact Scott Shuman of Hall and Hall Auctions at 800-829-8747 or James Rinehart at 307-745-6024.
About Hall and Hall:

Hall and Hall was formed in 1946 as an agricultural mortgage company, and has since branched out into farm and ranch brokerage, appraisals, resource management and enhancement, retained search, auctions, and consultation on conservation easements and stewardship plans. Hall and Hall has emerged as the largest full service rural real estate firm in the Rocky Mountain West and Great Plains regions, managing more than one million acres of land, and servicing a loan portfolio of more than $500 million. A unique partnership between its offices in Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Texas, Kansas, and Colorado ensures that the client receives local knowledge and personal service as well as the international perspective needed to make informed acquisition and management decisions.

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