Elite Performance
Stock Horse Sale

The Full House Elite Performance Stock Horse Sale offers a stellar collection of ranch and performance horses to fit any program.  Each horse is exposed to a variety of situations to instill a firm foundation; taught to move and perform correctly.  We put the representation of each and every horse on our shoulders to ensure that each horse will be what we advertised them to be.  That's the Full House brand.  Our aim is that each and every buyer leaves the sale pleased, proud, and satisfied with their purchase.
About Us

Ranching is a way of life for the Pischke family.  Jill, Brian, and Joslyn Pischke call their ranch north of Newcastle home.  At age eight, Joslyn loves soccer, fishing, books, music, and especially her animals.  Joslyn and her horse Houdini have become quite the team as she started competing in rodeos last summer.     

Jill grew up on the Perino Ranch, where she was raised in the saddle riding top-notch ranch and performance horses.  She began riding and showing competitively at an early age.  She competed at the World Wide Paint Horse Congress on her gelding, Intimidated Moon, raised by her Grandpa, Leo Perino.  Jill and Studly were the 1994 World Wide Paint Horse Congress Champions in Youth Goat Tying and Co-Champions in the Youth 14-18 Reining.  They ranked among the Top Ten in the Nation of the American Paint Horse Association for several years in Youth Barrel Racing, Youth Goat Tying, Youth Reining, and Youth Stake Race.  Collegiately, Jill competed on the Laramie County Community College Rodeo and Horse Show Teams.  Jill's recent passion is cow horses and competing in Ranch Horse Competitions.  In recent years she has captured several Ladies Rancher and Amateur Champion titles.  

Jill's heritage taught her that buyers seek horses that are well-bred and developed; horses 'ranched' and proven in rough Wyoming country that remain competitive in the arena.  Jill believe's the best veiw in the world is from the back of a good horse. 

The Thompson Family
Frank and Dawn Thompson, along with their two children Zane (20) and Madison (15) live east of Cheyenne.
Frank made a career of rodeo for twenty years and is a four-time Wrangler NFR qualifier.  In 2000, Frank won the world championship in steer wrestling.  Frank retired from full-time competition in 2005 and became the arena director at Cheyenne Frontier Days in 2012.
Zane is National Junior High School Rodeo Finals qualifier and a three-time National High School Rodeo Finals Qualifier.  His Senior Year, Zane was the State of Wyoming All Around Cowboy and Champion Tie Down Roper and qualified for Nationals in three events.  Zane currently attends Western Oklahoma State College in Altus, Oklahoma and is a member of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association, competing in Tie Down Roping, Team Roping and Steer Wrestling.
Madison likes to ride and rope the Hot Heels but her true love is competitive sports, she plays high school basketball and runs track. She holds the junior high school record in the 2400 and 800 meter.
The Thompsonís have been involved in many aspects of rodeo and the horse business and with our involvement in Cheyenne Frontier Days, our young horses get exposed to the sights and sounds of big time rodeo along with ranching experience.

We are the Deveraux's - Craig, Jolene, Abi, Cooper & Jake. We ranch south of Newcastle, WY running a
combination of cows and yearlings. The Deveraux ranch is outfitted with an indoor and outdoor arena, affording the
family year-round ability to train and work horses in spite of the unpredictable Wyoming weather.
Abi is a sophomore at Casper College and will be receiving her Associates in Business this May.  She took the year off
from rodeo but plans to resume her college rodeo career this fall.  The horses she has hauled and rodeod on will have
been exposed to a wide variety of situations and tough competition.

Jake and Coop are sophomores in high school now, and while they play sports as well as rodeo currently.  Jake ropes
calves and heels for Coop, and is dabbles in the steer roping.  Cooper ropes calves, heads for Jake, and dabbles in
saddle bronc riding.  They finished 5th last year in the Wyoming High School Rodeo Team Roping standings, one hole
out of qualifying for Nationals.  Both boys had a good rodeo year and Coop topped it off by winning a trailer at the
Sheridan Elks Youth Rodeo last fall, winning the High Point All-Around, competing in five events on one horse.
Jolene seems to have found her role as the family/rodeo/sale photographer.  She can usually be found on the backside
of the camera doing what she really enjoys, taking pictures of her family, horses and friends.

With running yearlings and cows comes a lot of sorting, doctoring, etc.  Craig and the kids are horseback all the time
doing what needs to be done through the course of every day. The sale horses we offer get used in many different
settings....cowhorse and ranch horse competitions, rodeos, ropings and ranching. Craig spends countless hours aboard
every horse we have teaching the basics and instilling a good foundation. Then he and the kids take them on to other
levels of performance, ie, cow horse, ranch horse, head horse, heeling, calf roping, goat tying, etc.  It is important to us
that our horses learn to move and perform correctly regardless of which career path is taken. Craig continually exposes
himself to many great horsemen and takes advantage of the knowledge they share with him and applies it to his daily
horsemanship skills on the Deveraux sale horses.  As times allows, we take the kids to many different clinics, as well, so
they are gaining perspective, which is also a benefit for themselves, to the sale and the horses.

We take the Full House Elite Performance Stock Horse Sale very serious and do the best job we can do to represent
each horse just as they are.