Welcome to the bo ranch, event site
Welcome to the BO RANCH, the largest Ranch in Europe dedicated to International Reining Practice and Competitions, the remarkable Western Dressage Riding & all types of Professional and Private Events. Nestled on 6 hectares in the heart of nature, between castle and forest, BO RANCH offers the perfect balance between work & pleasure, excellence and well-being.
Join us and let the magic happen !
Bo ranch, our story
Entrepreneur, globe-trotter and a motor sports enthusiast, Gregory Morat has always loved horses and nature. A real competitor, he has participated in numerous challenging motorcycle events, including the 2017 Dakar race where he was one of the few to finish the entire course in Buenos Aires. He discovered and fell in love with Reining in 2012 and created a luxury ranch to practice his new passion : the BO RANCH.
BO RANCH, a unique event site
Come and live a unique experience in an exceptional ranch only 45 minutes from Paris!
BO RANCH is an exceptional event site dedicated to international reining competitions, but also a new destination for companies and individuals looking for new sensations and unforgettable tailor-made events.
An exceptional Club House for unforgettable events
Equipped with a warm Club House of 750m2 and several high-end spaces with a breathtaking view of nature and horses, BO RANCH welcomes any type of professional or private event: Seminar, Private Meeting, Management Committee, Team Building, Wedding, Shooting & Filming, Cocktail, Concert, Equestrian Demonstration or Event Evening…
An idyllic setting to share authentic moments.
Reining, a perfect connection with horses
Reining is an heritage that comes straight from American ranches. Quarter horse, the preferred reining horse, is trained to perform maneuvers with extreme precision. The technicality of the maneuvers became such that Reining developped into an international equestrian sport, which is part of the World Equestrian Games and the only Western discipline recognised by the FEI. Reining horse competition requires complete control of every movement with little or no apparent resistance. As well as finesse, attitude, smoothness, quickness and respect.