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  • Banning Vail, 1909-1929

    …se. Dad raised extremely fine horses. What he did was, he always bred to a smart mare, and the way they broke them and handled them, people loved to try and get them for polo ponies. But now with my horse, Clown, Dad told me, “You ride that horse, and if you can stay on him, that’s fine. But you’ll know what’s going on just by watching him and sitting on him. Don’t be surprised if somebody borrows him when we’re cutting, because he’s such a good c…

  • Vail, Hislop, and Harvey 1877-1878

    …Such a thing as “honour” is unknown, but they are called in this country “smart” men.” Amy Hislop Tate. Hislop’s letters were primarily written to his sister, Amy, who in 1885 married Sir Henry Tate. Courtesy of Nancy Pace. The Need for More Land—August 1877 Hislop also noted the importance of increasing the land holdings of the Empire Ranch: “I am certainly very glad we have got the ranch stocked, but at the same time I can see trouble ahead as…

  • Frank & Mary Boice Family Ownership, 1951-1969

    …Boice. During his short time at the Empire Ranch Norman assisted with the installation to two of the tanks and troughs. Dr. James Pickrell, 1953. Washington State University School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Jim Pickrell, DVM—1953 Dr. James Pickrell was a veterinarian who worked for the Boice family at the Empire Ranch. Jim went to high school with Pancho and Bob and graduated from the Washington State University School of Veterinary Medicine in…