Annette Land presenting a special recognition plaque to Mr. Payne Midyette for his generous donation of three cracker horses.

Thank You!
R.O. Ranch thanks each contributor for their generous donation. Your donated items will be a wonderful addition to our equestrian park and campground. One of our goals at the ranch is to bring the local history alive by exhibiting Cracker horses and cattle, along with other historical items and farm-related antiques for all visitors to enjoy.

Contributions 

We accept contributions to help preserve and maintain R. O. Ranch as a park that is dedicated to equine enthusiasts, nature and the environment.

R. O. Ranch is a Florida 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation.  Your contributions are tax deductible.

Contributions of $500 or more will be honored with a plaque on display in the Visitor's Center at R. O. Ranch Equestrian Park.

Join with us in supporting this beautiful equestrian park that has been established for the enjoyment of the public and for the heart of the horse.



Mr. Shiver, one of our Directors has kindly donated a very unique judges box!  What an ingenious idea he had to recycle a round storage container into this judge's stand equipped with table, lights, ventilation and fun!
THANK YOU Mr. Louis Shiver!
We would like to give a big THANKS to Margaret Macy and Gay Baggett for the picnic table in our day use parking area.






Gifts and Donations
If you, your group, or organization would like to donate items of special interest to the R.O. Ranch, email the ranch at roranch.ranch02@gmail.com. The R.O. Ranch Inc, is a Florida 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.


We are desiring panels for a dressage arena, and  cross country jumps.


Contributor Donated Items:

Mr. Payne Midyette

Three Florida Cracker Horses:

  • Grey mare
  • Bay mare
  • Sorrel roan mare
Mr. B.Z. Cashman

Eclipse planter

Spike tooth harrow
Turpentine barrel
Sweep (tobacco cultivation)
Wooden wagon/buggy jack
Set of sweeps
Steel wheel wheelbarrow
Set of pulleys and rope
Plow
Logging hubs
Cole planter

Don & Virginia Bowen
Three horse-drawn buggies