Sheri McWethy-Kennedy is the full-time Innkeeper of our Bed & Breakfast, which is named for Sheri’s love of wild roses (the only ones hardy enough to grow at our elevation), and for her beloved rescued horse, Cimarron (Spanish for wild & untamed). Sheri purchased Cimarron as a spunky 7 month old colt in 1987 from a Washington State Indian Tribe where two herds of once domestic horses had been running wild for 15 years and faced a most certain near future of doom. After months of working on foot conditioning his band of 20 horses to enter a corral to eat – Sheri, with the support of a local Veterinarian and direct assistance of friends, caught him on St. Patrick’s Day 1987 and through trust, care, play and love, trained Cimarron herself to become a fabulous backcountry trail horse. Sheri’s deep and unique relationship continues with this life long companion as we celebrated his 25th birthday in 2011 and the 25th anniversary of his amazing rescue on St. Patrick’s Day 2012.
AddressOso Ridge Rd
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