C Lazy U Ranch Retreats with Julie Goodnight

A view of C Lazy U Ranch, April 2017.

Each year, we offer several luxurious weekend getaways in the Rocky Mountain splendor of Colorado, hosted at the C Lazy U Ranch in Granby, Colorado. Take advantage of shoulder-season rates at a world-class guest ranch with riding clinics and ranch activities included.

You can bring your partner or invite your horsey friends to the retreats, but you’ll also feel comfortable coming on your own and will make plenty of new friends.

Register early for this “bucket list” riding vacation with Julie Goodnight!



2017/18 C Lazy U Retreats & Costs:

September 20-24, 2018: Ranch Riding Adventure

(4 nights), $1910 includes meals, lodging, horses, program, tax and service charge

October 12-15, 2018: Women’s Riding & Relaxation Retreat

(3 nights),  $1432 includes meals, lodging, horses, program, tax and service charge

April 26-30, 2018: Women’s Riding & Wholeness Retreat

(4 nights), $1628 includes meals, lodging, horses, program, tax and service charge

TO REGISTER: Contact C Lazy U directly to book and for details, or call C Lazy U Ranch at 970-887-3344

Find out Julie Goodnight’s upcoming schedule here


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Release Forms

Thanks for riding with Julie Goodnight!


Here’s a list of the release forms–please choose your show or clinic’s state and follow the link to fill out that form online. All forms should be submitted online before the event date. If you’d like a copy of your release, please print before you submit.

Thank you so much and see you soon!

Click on your Clinic:

March 18-19, Lebec, California

March 25-26, Memphis, Tennessee

May 6-7, New Caney (Houston), Texas

June 3-4, Fort Collins, Colorado

June 10-11, Springfield, Ohio

June 17-18, Northampton, Pennsylvania

November 4-5, Weirsdale, Florida


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Saddle Pad

Check out the saddle pad that Julie Goodnight rides in most!

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Julie Goodnight opts for a natural-fiber wool pad to keep her horse’s comfortable. The 3/4-inch pad provides just enough cushion without adding bulk beneath a well fitting saddle. Too much bulk can actually make the saddle pinch, she says. The natural fibers reduce shock and wick away moisture to keep your horse comfortable and cool as he works. The contoured design alleviates bulk under the stirrup fenders and helps the rider keep a close-contact feel. Choose the length that fits your horse’s back without touching his hips— available in 30” and 32”.

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Info on the entire saddle line and tack available>>