Triple H Ranches started at it's current location - North Logan, Utah - in 1969, when Weston G Henrie moved his beloved horses into his newly built barn. Weston grew up on his father's ranch in Blue Creek, Utah, where he learned to breed and train horses. He moved to North Logan with his wife and young family so he could teach History and Debate at Logan High School. Weston's goal for his small operation was to breed and train excellent horses to be used by families and show-people everywhere. This is still our goal.

Today, Weston's granddaughter, Erin Lambert, operates the ranch with the goal of providing the Intermountain West with a well-rounded family horse that can be ridden on trails in the spring, shown in the summer, and hunted from in the fall. This is accomplished by combining the athleticism of cow-bred horses with the grace of halter-bred horses. Special attention is paid to the temperament and conformation of each horse to ensure that they are the best expression of an American Quarter Horse.