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The True Ranch Collection, a selection of six ranches located from Montana to Arizona, is banking on fans of “Yellowstone” to be inspired to try their hand at horseback riding. For a limited time, the collection is offering an incentive that doubles travel advisor commissions on new confirmed reservations made through June 15.

“All of our properties offer a classic dude ranch experience, from activities to food and décor, but each has its own feel and experience,” said Jaye Wells, managing partner of True Ranch Collection, in a press statement. “The ranches are also rich in history, with some dating back a century or more, and through our preservation company, we’ve revived them for the next generation of guests to enjoy while staying true to their identity and heritage. We hope your clients will join us for a vacation full of adventure, relaxation and historic tradition.”

The True Ranch Collection represents the spirit of the American West, with activities ranging from horseback trail riding, hiking, sport shooting and archery. These ranches provide your clients with a taste of frontier life, with traditional and local culinary experiences and accommodations.

The True Ranch Collection Delivers True Experiences

This season introduces the Yellowstone Pop-up Ranch at Blackwater Creek Ranch in Wyoming. Located near the East Entrance of Yellowstone National Park, this ranch offers stays that include whitewater rafting and rodeo visits, along with explorations of the park.

Circle Bar Guest Ranch offers horseback riding across prairies, including trotting and loping when the landscape permits, and rides to a ridge for a breakfast cookout. (Photo by True Ranch Collection)

The Circle Bar Guest Ranch in Montana offers visitors a chance to ride through the same landscapes as cowboy artist Charlie Russell. Your clients can enjoy horseback riding across diverse terrains, fly fishing and UTV tours to historical sites, including a cabin linked to the discovery of the famous Yogo sapphire.

Wickenburg, Arizona’s Kay El Bar Guest Ranch, a historic site over a century old, invites clients to experience the Sonoran Desert landscapes, with activities like horseback riding and opportunities for relaxation and desert-gazing at the lodge.

Rancho de la Osa, south of Tucson, boasts the state’s oldest continually used building. Here, clients can follow in the footsteps of famous figures, enjoying rides through the high-desert grasslands and resting in accommodations steeped in history.

At the Tombstone Monument Ranch & Cattle Co. in Tombstone, Arizona, clients step into a fun Western film set with themed lodging and a chance to explore historical sites on horseback or monitor the ranch’s cattle.

White Stallion Ranch Deluxe Queen. (Photo by True Ranch Collection)

Finally, the White Stallion Ranch outside Tucson, Arizona, offers a family-centric retreat. In addition to traditional ranch activities, families can enjoy rock climbing, e-biking and even a weekly rodeo.

The True Ranch Collection offers centralized booking and gives advisors a 10 percent commission on the all-inclusive packages, which include lodging, meals and ranch activities.

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