Rattlesnake Springs Ranch

Trophy Game List


Addax - Native to Sahara desert. Also known as the “white antelope”. The thin, long, and spiraling horns on these animals are extraordinary and female horns are equally as long as the males. The Addax is one of the world’s rarest animals so this would be a great addition to a trophy hunter’s collection.


Aoudad - Also known as Barbary sheep. Hunting these sheep can be a rigorous sport because of their intelligence, keen sense of smell and hearing and their ever present alertness to danger. Aoudad love to climb also, so if you are the sportsman that wants a challenging hunt this may be the animal for you!


Axis - Native to India. Also known as the Chital, meaning spotted deer. They have a beautifully colored golden brown cape that is marked with white spots. The horns grow back and skyward and the main beam is between 26-36 inches with three tines on each side. There is no particular time of year that you may find these animals in velvet. Typically, other deer species come into velvet in spring but not the Axis, it can happen year round.


Blackbuck - Native to Asia. The name Blackbuck refers to the coloration of the mature males. This is one of the most popular exotic animals in Texas due to it’s graceful slender body and it's ringed, turning and spiraling horns. Most horns have 5 turns in them and can grow between 18-27 inches which makes an extraordinary mount.

Black Hawaiian

Black Hawaiian Rams - Native to Texas. Their name was derived because in the 1700’s sailors introduced these sheep to Hawaii because they wanted fresh meat on the island when they set port. The Black Hawaiian is one of the most hunted exotics in the U.S. due to the challenging hunt. It requires patience and skill which is excellent if you are the sportsman that loves the challenge of the hunt.


Blesbok - Native to South Africa and its name was derived from the unusual white blaze that appears on its face. Hunting this animal can be a challenge due to the fact that you may need to be an expert marksman. Many times you may have to shoot from a great distance to get this animal for your trophy.


Bongo - Native to West Central Africa. It is the largest, heaviest antelope. Both male and female are horned and they may be between 21-40 inches long. Their striking auburn coat with white stripes is one of the most beautiful capes to be had.


Buffalo - Native to North America. The American Bison are symbolic of the Great Plains and one of the largest land animals in North America. The sheer size and strength of this beast is amazing. But despite their massive size they can run speeds of up to 40 mph. This combination offers an adrenaline pumping hunt that every trophy hunter should experience.


Catalina - Native to the Santa Catalina Island. The horns twist and can grow extremely wide and can be between 30-40 inches making an impressive trophy.


Corsican - A hybrid sheep that roots derived in Texas about 40 years ago. The horns alone can weigh an incredible 30 lbs. Any trophy hunter would want these horns on their wall.


Eland - Native to East and Southern Africa. Both male and female are horned but the male’s horns can grow up to 40-50 inches. This animal would make an extremely impressive trophy!


Elk - Native to North America. The horns can grow up to 4 ft. with 6-8 tines on each side and can weigh 30 lbs.! Elk are beautiful and majestic creatures and the largest species of the deer family in the world. They are an exceptional prize for the true sportsman!


Fallow Deer - Native to Western Asia and Europe. These deer develop antlers with broad palmate areas. Because of their unusual cape and antlers they have been prized as an ornamental species for many years!

Four Horned Sheep

Four Horned Sheep (Jacob Sheep) are an old world breed in which the origins are obscure but history indicates they probably originated in Syria over 3000 years ago. It is a piebald multi-horned sheep. If you want an unusual trophy, this is the animal for you!


Gemsbok - Also known as the Oryx gazelle. Native to Southern Africa. The horns can reach lengths of 33 inches. Their horns have been long sought after as charms all over the world and even sold as unicorn horns in medieval England. The striking black markings on the face in combination with their spectacular horns make impressive and beautiful mount.


Kudu - Native to Africa. The horns have 2 ½ graceful twists that can grow up to 72 inches. This is rarely seen in the open which can make for a more difficult hunt.


Lechwe - Native to Southern Africa. They have elegantly swept back horns that are ridged along most of their length! They are an unusual animal because the hindquarters are considerably shorter than the front quarters.


Mouflon - One of the most beautiful sheep and its ancestry has been linked to all modern day sheep. The horns curve and spiral and can be up to 25” in length.


Nilgai - Native to India. The largest antelope and if you want an unusual trophy this is the animal for you.

Nubian Ibex

Nubian Ibex - Native to North Africa. They have the most beautiful horns of any goat species. They are long, ridged and sweep back and can reach up to 48 inches long and can have between 24-36 knobs on the outer curve. This makes for an impressive mount!


Nyala - Native to South Africa. This is an unusual and majestic looking animal that is slate gray with white stripes. The horns sweep upward and can be up to 35 inches with a yellow tip. This would be an added addition to any trophy hunter’s collection.

Pere David

Pere David - Native to China. It is a species of deer that is currently extinct in the wild. The monk Pere David rescued the animal from the brink of extinction. The antlers are very unusual in that the tines are extremely long and pointed backwards while the beam extends upwards which makes for an incredible and unusual mount!

Red Sheep (Armenian)

Armenian Red Sheep - Native to Iran and Asia. They have heavy, thick ridged horns that arc back toward the neck and can reach up to approximately 36+ inches. They are excellent climbers so this can be a challenging hunt!

Red Stag

Red Stag- Native to Europe. Their size rivals that of elk. They are distinguished by their “crown” points at the top of each beam and they grow from the burr up and back in a circular pattern with 5-6 points typically but can have in excess of 20 per side. Your trophy red stag will make a spectacular mount.

Sable Antelope

Sable Antelope - Native to Kenya and South Africa. Sables have a powerful build and have very distinct facial markings and have ringed, sweeping horns that can reach length of approximately 32-65 inches with a massive curve. It is one of the most handsome antelopes found anywhere. It would make a truly amazing trophy for any sportsman.

Scimitar oryx

Scimitar Oryx - Native to North Africa. It is extinct in the wild. Its coat is white with bright russet collar and chest and has magnificent curved, blade like horns that can grow between 3.5 and 4.5 ft. in length. This would make one of the most impressive and unusual mounts any trophy hunter could have.

Japanese Sika

Japanese Sika - Native to East Asia. This is a small, slim footed deer that has been known to “pack a wallop” and can be aggressive, as well as, being a very vocal deer. The antlers have 3-4 points per beam.

Texas Dall Rams

Texas Dall Rams - Native to North America. They have curved, ridged, yellowish brown horns which can have a unique twist in them and can weigh up to 30 lbs. This would be an impressive mount to have.


Waterbuck - Native to Southeast Africa. This is an impressive and stout animal that is easily distinguished by the white bib under their throat and a white ring that encircles their rump. Contrary to its name, it does not like to spend its time in the water. They have heavy ridged horns that can reach length of up to 40 inches. This is one animal every trophy hunter must have.


Watusi - Native to Africa. Also known as the Ankole Longhorn. It’s sheer size is something to be reckoned with. They have long distinctive horns that can reach up to 8 ft. in length. We know you would love these massive horns hanging on your wall.


Zebra-Native to Africa. Noted for its black and white stripes that serve as camouflage and are always in different patterns. It is true, no two zebras have the same stripes and the stripes are as unique as fingerprints are to us. No animal has a more distinctive coat so it is often hunted for it’s beautiful hide.


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