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Golden Creek Equine

Our Farm

Ultrasounding with Kate and Kaitlyn

Our main facility located on 100 acres in Cheyenne, WY provides a variety of turnouts with shelters and two barns with stalls. A large shop with stocks to perform ultrasounds, artificial insemination, and other reproductive needs. It houses our stallions, all of which live outside in small turnouts with a companion. Our facility also has a seven stall foaling barn with heaters and cameras.

We are also fortunate to have another facility located in Chugwater, WY on 2,400 acres of wide open prairie. Our mares spend the summer, fall, and part of winter here until they are ready to foal or be bred. Weanlings, yearlings, and other young horses spend time here growing up and conditioning. Chugwater is a cost effective boarding option until horses are ready to return to Cheyenne for training, foaling, or to be bred. 

The herd on a frosty, snowy morning

Our Story

Golden Creek Equine grew out of Kate Anderson’s passion for everything related to horses and the desire to help owners learn more about training, health, and behavior. Kate began training her own horses at ten years old and took numerous horses into the show arena with success. Over the last several years, her interest grew to include the study of conformation as it relates to various disciplines. After professionally training for several years, she made the jump into the racing industry in 2013. She has developed a breeding program that strives to produce prospects with the conformation and disposition that makes them easy to train and sound for the long term. 


Kaitlyn Rinker has been studying with Kate as a working student then as a full time rider since 2006 until being promoted in 2018. She is responsible for overseeing daily care of all stock, foaling, yearling sales preparation, and handling stallions. In her free time, she can be found training and competing in three-day eventing with her personal horse, Socks and our breeding stock. 

Late stallion Bushwacker and Kate
Kaitlyn and filly Beans

Kate and Golden Creek Equine's late stallion, Bushwacker

Kaitlyn with a dysmature foal 

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