Cosper Ranch, designed and built by western performance horseman Lee Roy Cosper, includes 3,500 square foot main home, 10 stall horse barn, a 125' x 125' covered arena and a 60' x 65' commodity barn with covered trailer parking. Land The property encompasses 24 acres of gently sloping terrain just outside the small town of Peaster. Improved Coastal Bermuda pastures and scattered Oak trees thrive in the sandy loam soil, prevalent in Parker County. Improvements The 3,500 square foot ranch style home with 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and natural light flooding through large windows into the beautifully designed floor plan looks out over a 10 stall horse barn, commodity barn and a 125′ X 125′ covered arena. The gated entrance and tree lined driveway leads past the main home to the barn with a tack room, feed room, breeding stocks, wash rack and an oversized foaling stall. Across from the horse barn is a 60′ x 60′ commodity barn with a swing through drive for covered trailer parking, and implement storage. The covered arena is fenced with pipe and top rail, solid creosote board walls and cattle pens in each corner. Region & Climate Weatherford’s location, just 30 minutes from Fort Worth, allows for easy access to DFW Airport, Fort Worth Stockyards, 5 star dining, retail and maybe most importantly, Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum. The Coliseum plays host to the National Cutting Horse Association’s triple crown of cutting, the National Reined Cow Horse Association’s Snaffle Bit Futurity, The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo along with many other breed and performance championship shows. The concentration of elite western performance horse events has caused Parker County to become a hub for breeders, trainers and contestants from around the world and the area’s weather, soils and topography make a good environment for raising livestock.