Welcome to our collection of African Antelope and other exotic species available to hunt during your stay at the Bar H Bar.

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4 Horned Jacobs Ram

When your trophy room needs another conversation piece, think the Four Horned Jacobs Ram. These unique animals can have up to 3 pairs of horns – 2 pair are the most typical. Certainly a unique trophy any hunter is proud to display. These uniquely be ...

Addax Antelope

Native to the Sahara Desert, the Addax Antelope is a desert species known also as the screw-horn and white antelope. While the Addax has flourished in Texas since their introduction in the 1970s, in their native habitat they are endangered. The -H- i ...

Aoudad Sheep

There is just something special about a half-body mounted trophy Aoudad ram with sweeping horns and full chaps setting off a trophy room. This native of the mountains of Africa has adapted to North America quite well with an estimated population in e ...

Axis Deer

The Axis deer is a very popular trophy in the Texas Hill Country. Since their introduction from India in the 1930's the Axis has thrived in the combination of scrub oak and cedar cover, open fields, and abundant water which characterizes the Bar H Ba ...

Black Hawaiian Ram

Your Black Hawaiian trophy is distinguished by the light multi curl wide sweeping horns of the Corsican breeds, and a beautiful all black body. Typically, Black Hawaiian Rams range from 150 – 180 pounds. The Black Hawaiian Sheep is uniquely Texas, a ...

Blackbuck Antelope

Second in popularity among Texas Hill Country exotic hunters to the Axis Deer, the Blackbuck Antelope has thrived in the varied grassland and brush covered hills of the area since their introduction in 1932. While increased hunting pressure and habit ...

Blesbok Antelope

The Blesbok Antelope is easily identified by the distinctive “blaze” marking on their forehead and face, it is that marking from which their name originates; Blez means Blaze in Afrikans. While not overly common in Texas and nearly extinct at one poi ...

Blue Wildebeest Antelope

You may conjure visions of the Serengeti and Masai Mara regions of East Africa when you see our herds of Blue Wildebeest in the fields of the Bar H Bar Ranch. These beautiful trophies are known for their annual migration in their native habitat where ...

Catalina Goat

Your trophy Catalina Goat may be black, brown, reddish brown, or white with other colors not uncommon. Most impressive are the horns of the Catalina Goat, they can grow very wide and make great mounts. The males have horns growing up and back from t ...

Common Lechwe Antelope

The South African Lechwe is a wonderful trophy along with a challenging hunt. Lyre-shaped long spiral horns are highlighted by a white eye patch – a truly unique trophy. Lechwe weigh between 180 and 200 pounds with horns ranging from 18 to 37 inches. ...

Corsican Ram

Your Corsican trophy will be distinguished by the multi curl wide sweeping horns of the Corsican breeds, and a tan body with a black belly. Typically, Corsican Rams range from 150 – 180 pounds. The Corsican Sheep is uniquely Texas, a member of breed ...

Dama Gazelle

The ability to pursue a Dama Gazelle today is an amazing opportunity given the rarity of this animal in its native habitat. Over hunting and habitat loss has placed the Dama Gazelle on the critically endangered list in its native African Sahara regio ...

Eland Antelope

The Eland, typically weighing between 1,300 and 2,000 pounds, is the second largest antelope in the world. Your magnificent trophy should be gauged by the mass of the horns rather than length as females typically have longer horns. While not overly ...

Fallow Deer

The majestic Fallow Deer is identified by the palmate antlers rising up and back. Mature Fallow bucks regenerate their antlers every spring with their hard antlers on full display September through March. Fallow deer have four distinct colors; Common ...

Gemsbok Antelope

The Gemsbok is a large antelope with beautiful straight horns valued by any hunter as a prized piece of their trophy room. Males can reach 660 pounds with horns approaching 40 inches, trophies are typically 34 inches or greater. Both males and female ...

Himalayan Tahr

Himalayan Tahr are often a pursuit in far away places, originating in the Himalayan Mountains these creatures thrive in demanding environments. Those who pursue and successfully harvest a trophy Tahr have stories to tell about long range shooting and ...

Ibex Cross

Your trophy Ibex Cross will be distinguished by large semicircular horns marked with knobby ridges along the outer curve and a long black goatee under the chin. Male Ibex Cross can reach 165 pounds and occasionally exceed 200. Horn measurements on yo ...

Impala Antelope

The long lyre shaped horns of the speedy Impala can’t help but make you feel as if you’re standing on the savannah in Africa. One of Africa’s most common antelope you can enjoy pursuing one at the Bar H Bar Ranch without the jet lag. The Impala is a ...

Kudu

The very long spiraled horns require a good deal of thought when placing in your trophy room - trophy Kudu have horns in excess of 50". As the second largest antelope in the world, their body size combined with magnificent horns make a great problem ...

Mouflon Ram

The Mouflon Ram is a beautiful trophy valued by many hunters for their full curl horns. The mass of their horns along with their dominance establishing head crashing resemble those of the Big Horn Sheep, without requiring a trip high into the mountai ...

Nilgai Antelope

The Nilgai, or Blue Bull, originates in Asia and carries a Hindi name – “Nilgai” means “blue bull”.  Sure enough mature Nilgai bulls actually look blue while younger males, females and immature animals are brownish gray, to orange or yellowish brown ...

Painted Desert Ram

Your Painted Desert Ram trophy will be distinguished by the multi curl wide sweeping horns of the Corsican breeds, and a beautiful multi colored body. Typically, Painted Desert Rams range from 150 – 180 pounds. The Painted Desert Sheep is uniquely T ...

Red Stag Deer

Red Stag are a significant trophy for any well-appointed collection.  Their antlers are a massive collection of points which culminate in the classic “crown” appearing at the tips – it is certainly an unmistakable configuration. These large (500-1000 ...

Rio Grande Turkey

The Rio Grande Turkey is a light to medium brown color with feathers tipped in a lighter color of buff or yellowish tan. Toms have a white head with a very dark red waddle (the loose skin at the base of their neck). An average tom will stand just ove ...

Sable Antelope

The majestic Sable Antelope is not only a very large bodied animal they also have very long sickle shaped horns. The stunning black with white accents of a mature male make an amazing trophy, we think the shoulder mount on a pedestal is an incredible ...

Scimitar Horned Oryx Antelope

Your taxidermist will enjoy applying their skills to your trophy Scimitar Horned Oryx from the Bar H Bar Ranch. These beautiful antelope are typically mounted with an extreme turn to accentuate their long sweeping horns. Typical horn lengths will run ...

Springbok Antelope

The springbok is a medium-sized brown and white antelope of southwestern Africa. This slender antelope has long legs and neck with horns present on both sexes. Males are about 30 inches tall at the shoulder and females almost 28 inches. Males will we ...

Texas Dall Ram

The Texas Dall Sheep originated at the famous Y. O. Ranch through the efforts of Mr. Bob Snow. These beautiful white Corsican sheep are a cross between Mouflon ewes and Rambouillet rams resulting in their distinctive horns with great curls and except ...

Waterbuck

Weighing in at 300-600 pounds, the Waterbuck is among the largest antelope in the world, the largest of the six species of Kobus. Waterbuck are prized for their beautiful ringed horns and coat, certainly a conversation piece in any trophy room. Both ...

Whitetail Deer

The beautiful North American Whitetail is a must have for any complete trophy room. Our Bar H Bar whitetails have been developed from the original stock from the beginning of the ranch. We have not imported or added to the herd and are very proud of ...

Zebra Stallion

The Grants Zebra provides the trophy every well-appointed room requires – a magnificent rug.  No two are alike, uniquely yours to provide years of storytelling opportunities. Pursuing your trophy Zebra at the Bar H Bar Ranch will take you through the ...