Fred Neehuis was originally from Southern Ontario, in Canada.  He was always a cowboy, but moved to Turks and Caicos in the 80's for work in architecture.  

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He soon flew his quarter horses with him, and it wasn't long before he was taking rides out along the beach.  It started out as his way to get around, as many of the roads in Provo were yet to be built, but amounted to much more.  He is a knowledgeable cowboy with old wisdom. Although mostly retired from guiding, you may see him riding the beach as the sun is setting.

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Mike Neehuis is Fred's son and in recent years taken over a position in the company to allow his father to retire. Mike has been around horses his entire life. As a child he and his father took nightly rides down the beach after school and work every day for years, jumping beach chairs and posing for pictures. He stays more involved with the operations side of the business as he has a strong passion for the ocean, he spends half is time working on boats and the other half working with the corral.

Mike Neehuis is Fred's son and in recent years taken over a position in the company to allow his father to retire.
Mike has been around horses his entire life. As a child he and his father took nightly rides down the beach after school and work every day for years, jumping beach chairs and posing for pictures.
He stays more involved with the operations side of the business as he has a strong passion for the ocean, he spends half is time working on boats and the other half working with the corral.