The town of Boonville Missouri is only about 45 minutes away from Sedalia.  It also happens to be the home of the Warm Springs Ranch.  Have you been?

Warm Springs Ranch is the official breeding facility of the Budweiser Clydesdales. Resting on 300-plus acres of rolling hills in the heart of Missouri, our state-of-the-art establishment will take your breath away.

Built in 2008, the property features a mare/stallion and foaling barn, veterinary lab, and 10 pastures: each with a customized walk-in shelter. Warm Springs Ranch is home to more than 70 Clydesdales ranging from foals to stallions. You can learn all about how the Clydesdales are raised and discover their mannerisms, hear about what it takes to make the hitch, and more! I inform you of all of this because you may want to think about making a holiday reservation to go this year.

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According to their Facebook event, tickets are on sale now for Holidays With The Clydesdales!  Here is what you get if you get tickets:

You will enjoy:
• Beautiful lights and decorations
• A leisurely walk through our 25,000 sq ft breeding facility
• Photo opportunities with the Clydesdales
• Shopping at our expanded holiday gift shop
• Food & Anheuser Busch products available for purchase
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It is a holiday experience that is not to be missed.  You also need to know this is NOT a guided experience.  The gates will close at 8pm for entry into Warm Springs Ranch. The experience costs $20 per person, $10 for children 3-12 and free for children 2 and under.   There are also private, VIP experiences available for those interested.  You can book a private "Winter WindowStalls" and they can accommodate up to 10 people.  You can call 888-972-5933 for more info.
Not that long ago the Ranch welcomes two new foals.  You can read my article about them HERE.  Might be a nice way to spend an evening this Nov and Dec. Make your reservations soon.  Happy Holidays!

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