In the late 1800's the Bramwell family traveled by covered wagon and found settlement in Pagosa
Springs, Colorado. They worked draft horse teams for logging and saddle horses for cattle and
ranching.  In 1948 outfitting became popular and Floyd Bramwell supported his family by packing
hunters into the mountains.  Five generations later Forest Bramwell and his wife Jaclyn follow in the
family's footsteps.

Forest grew up working as an outfitter and guide for his parents Gary and Faye Bramwell and their
Astraddle A Saddle.  He left home for 15 years following a childhood dream that led to a
prosperous rodeo career and five Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifications as a top 15 bareback
bronc rider in the world.  In 2008 after retiring from rodeo, he bought the outfitting business from his
Jaclyn, also raised in Pagosa, grew up showing and riding english and western pleasure horses.  She
worked as a wrangler for the Bramwells guiding horseback rides and waitressing dinner rides as a
summer job.  Her love for horses led her to pursue an equine science degree at SCC in Arizona.  She
returned home to marry Forest in 2011 and continue her goal of working in the equine industry.
Together Forest & Jaclyn Bramwell Own and operate Third Generation Outfitters the oldest family
horse concession in Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
Our Business, Our Way of Life...
Forest & Jaclyn Bramwell
Experience the beauty of Pagosa Springs, Colorado with one of the oldest family
heritages in town