- Butch Thunder Hawk - Weaponry and Pipes
Read about Butch Thunder Hawk on the official site of Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson
- NoDaksylvania Nokotas
A website developed by Seth Zeigler, full of photos and information about the history of the Nokota® horse.
- Nokota® Yahoo! Message Board
Share your enthusiasm for the Nokota® Horse with like minded people on this message board.
- Charms for Charity
Purchases made at Charms for Charity create donations for the Nokota Horse Conservancy!
- Gallagher Fence
Discover the latest exciting additions to Gallagher's North America's product line up in all one convenient location.
Breeders & Owners
- Fish A' Bit Ranch
Fish A' Bit Ranch, located on the winding Shields River in Montana, offers a number of Nokota® horses, including some experienced individuals. Fish A' Bit Ranch also hosts clinics and other events.
- Randal and Jane Shimmin
Randal and Jane Shimmin are preservation breeders of Nokota® horses in Illinois. They stand a stallion and also have horses for sale.
Dale and Holly Offermann are preservation breeders of Nokota® horses in Washington state. Dale and Chief, one of their traditional stallions, have become well known for their Liberty Performances.
A colorful and spirited website developed by Margaret Odgers, dedicated to raising, riding and promoting Nokotas and American Indian Horses.
Artists & Authors
Dakota Rocks Western Gallery is an on-line art gallery providing some of the finest western, cowboy, and wildlife art available today Owner Rocky Wallman is originally from North Dakota.
John Kantar is a Minneapolis based potter who also recently traveled to North Dakota to see Nokota® horses for the first time. He does incredible work, including many (follow the link on the left of his home page to flatware) with a horse motif.
- Mick Harrison Paintings
Black Hills Artist Mick B. Harrison, a specialist in Western, Cowboy & Prairie Art, has recently discovered the Nokota® horse (by browsing our website!) and is incorporating the Nokota® as a symbol of the western plains horse in his artwork.
Heidi Harner has recently created a number of watercolor paintings of Nokota® horses and is offering them for sale with a portion of the proceeds going to the Nokota® Horse Conservancy.
Michele Pope Melina is an award winning Minnesotan artist who has painted a number of Nokota® horses and contributed part of the proceeds from the sale of these works to the Nokota® Horse Conservancy.
Christina Calderon is an artist, currently residing in Fenton, MO, who has generously donated an original pencil drawing of the Traditional Nokota® Stallion, Blue Moon, and one of his Traditional mares, Bird Woman, to be sold by the Nokota® Horse Conse
Sara Gruen has just published a book called Flying Changes, where the main character is a blue roan Nokota.
- England's Versatile Horsemanship
Where do you want to ride today? Just how far can good horsemanship take you? What kind of relationship do you want with your horse? Aaron England can show you through Horsemanship Demonstrations, Workshops, One & Multi-day Clinics, Training of Horse & Rider, and Apprenticeships.
- Jack Lieser
Jack Lieser’s clinics, workshops and demonstrations will give you an opportunity to learn and observe the power of the Natural Method of Horsemanship no matter what discipline you prefer. You will grow in your understanding of how horses think and will become better equipped to eliminate common horse behavior problems. You will develop a partnership with your horse that begins with groundwork and carries over into riding.
- The Monticello Project
The Thomas Jefferson Foundation, a nonprofit organization that shares the Nokota® Horse Conservancy's goals of preservation and education, owns and operates Monticello, the former home of Thomas Jefferson. Originally, Monticello included an Indian Ha
This excellent North Dakota site can point you to various resources and attractions across this varied state.
- Rio Vista Products Hank Award
Frank and Leo Kuntz are the very grateful recipients of the 2002 Rio Vista Hank Award. Rio Vista, a dog and equine grooming product and feed supplement company, annually awards a bronze statue and monetary contribution as well as products to outstanding individuals who give so much of themselves in rehabilitating or saving mistreated horses and dogs. Rio Vista is proud to reward their dedication.
We encourage you to visit this site to learn all about Frank Hopkins, a legendary endurance rider from the late eighteenth century who used and promoted the original horses of the northern plains.
All natural horse & critter salve to promote healing of skin problems such as fly/flea dermatitis, and scrapes. Antifungal, Antiviral, Antibacterial Itch Relief Fly Repellent. Veterinary tested and approved. Also tested successfully on humans.
Named as Breyer's 2007 benefit model, the Nokota® horse helps educate model horse collectors on the history of these unique horses while giving them a beautiful collector's Breyer model horse.