Our Unique Approach



Riding is an unseen, unspoken language in which the rider and horse are harmonious.

The relationship between horse and rider offers many opportunities for us to learn. Like humans, horses are unique and individual and we share many common interactive social traits. Therefore, the concept of utilizing horses to help us better understand ourselves and the world we live in is quite natural. In essence, horses are our teachers. Our horse methodology addresses a variety of issues encountered in our daily personal and professional lives including (but not limited to) Leadership, Communication, Confidence, Balance, Awareness, Presence, Accountability, Self-Responsibility, and Compassion.

Grey Wolf Ranch offers a variety of equestrian management workshop packages geared towards individuals, groups, and corporate professionals.Each workshop is tailored to fit your expectations. During the workshop, we will guide you in learning how to interact with our horses and explore the many parallels common to our own personal and professional lives. We hope your time spent with horses will be a time of self-discovery, enlightenment, and rejuvenation. 

We invite you to "taste, touch, and feel" the authentic equine experience through equine workshops, horseback riding lessons, and guided trail rides through some of Tennessee's most beautiful landscape, located within minutes of Dale Hollow Lake. We will adapt our programs to any skill level or to the special needs of children, adults, as well as the physically challenged. No riding or horse experience is necessary to enjoy what a horse can teach us. 

All of our workshops take place in an authentic "dude ranch" outdoor setting using hands-on techniques and fundamentals. Expect To Get Dirty! There is so much to learn from these majestic creatures, so please, come join the journey.  See you at Grey Wolf Ranch Tennessee!





"Where in this wide world can man find nobility without pride,

Friendship without envy,
Or beauty without vanity?
Here, where grace is served with muscle
And strength by gentleness confined
He serves without servility; he has fought without enmity.
There is nothing so powerful, nothing less violent.
There is nothing so quick, nothing more patient."

~Ronald Duncan, "The Horse," 1954