The Huwa family has ranched cattle for four generations, since the 1920s. They currently have 400 employees and 800 seasonal employees. They are a modern success story, taking a family farming business in Keenesburg and building it into one of the largest turf-grass seeding, fencing and reclamation operations in the United States. Their venture into reclamation projects began after their repair work on the damage resulting from the Hayman Fire in 2002. Since 2017, they have been featured on POP TV’s “Cash Cowboys.”
Horse Football™ has deep roots in history but has been heavily modified by the Huwa family for Ropin’ Rascals, a children’s charity event in Keenesburg. Our cowboys and cowgirls participate in the event with horses, but in a safer environment than the original horseball games. It focuses on fun and teamwork rather than competition. In playing, the children also get to practice what they learn in their roping lessons. Horse Football™ is often the event that is talked about long after Ropin’ Rascals ends.
Brent and Tonya Huwa live on their ranch with their five children: Cody, Kylie, Austin, Trey, and Brealynn. The family owns Huwa Enterprises that has many entities including: H2 Enterprises, Arnold’s Custom Seeding, Dura Pride, Duraroot Environmental Consulting, Hanging H., Huwa Reserve, Meite Equipment, Milestone Companies, Solspec, and Twisted H Bucking Bulls.