EQUESTRIAN PROJECTS PORTFOLIO
Avalanche Ranch Lighting has a long history of making horse-themed, rustic style lighting for a variety of horse factility projects. Whether they be a simple ranch, a horse breeding center, or equestrian center, we have the prefect lights. On this page, we have highlighted some of our best projects, many of which have used our standard rustic lights, along with custom lights created especifically for them. Here also are some horse and equestrian links for you Equestrian Links.
Circle C Ranch
The Circle C Ranch is the ideal ranch for our rustic horse lights. Circle C Ranch has been producing top-quality cutting horses for over a decade. The ranch is located in the heart of Oklahoma horse country. Consisting of a horse breeding division, onsite training facility, and a stocker cattle operation, Circle C Ranch is the perfect place for raising and training the next generation of top cutting horses. In 2006, the Ranch completed construction of a new state of the art indoor arena, complete with an overlook, meeting room and dining area and used our besti selling sunderland series lights with rustic barbed wire and our pendants with the horse cutouff, shown to the right. Go to Circle C Ranch website.
Tod Mountain Ranch
Tod Mountain Ranch is a dude ranch located in BC's Southern Interior. The ranch can accommodate 16 guests in newly constructed cabins, each with a private bathroom. Guests share a western style living, dining and games area in the guest lodge. An inclusive resort means you are served up three cowboy meals a day and some great BC wines and Canadian beers. They ride in almost 30,000 hectares of mountain trails, forest and alpine that surrounds the ranch and is home to bear, deer, moose and coyote. Look up and you just might see a bald eagle or hawk flying overhead. You'll find two styles of table lamps adorning and lighting the lodge and cabins at Tod Mountain Ranch. In the cabins, the Cascade Horse Table and Desk Lamps and in the Lodge the Rocky Mountain Table Lamps--one with Moose and the other with Deer. Although we haven't visited Tod Mountain, we have explored this region of BC in both the winter and summer and can attest to the nature's bounty that exists here. Go to Tod Mountain Ranch Website.