The Montaukett tribe originally occupied this area of Long Island. We humbly acknowledge the ancestral homelands on which we gather.

The Ranch traces its history as the longest running cattle ranch in the United States back to a 1658 cattle drive that ended in its rolling pastures. In the early twentieth century, Carl Fisher, the visionary entrepreneur who first imagined Montauk as a resort, built the two now-iconic barns on the land and shortly thereafter the farmstead took the name Deep Hollow Ranch.

The Ranch
Art exhibit

In 1972, Andy Warhol and filmmaker Paul Morrissey, purchased a neighboring seafront property and frequented Deep Hollow Ranch. Warhol’s aura drew the likes of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Avedon to what is known locally as “The End of the World.”

Horse grazing

Today, The Ranch is attuned to its agricultural heritage. The twenty-six acre property continues to operate as a training center and breeding site for competition grade cutting horses that travel and compete around the country in the sport’s most prestigious competitions.