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Storm Ranch is a small farm located only 15 miles south of metro Denver which was founded in1995. Beginning in 1997, Storm Ranch was actively involved in the business of developing the Rocky Mountain Horse breed in Colorado.
 
Over the years John and Carolyn Loughridge were very successful in showing their Rockies both locally and nationally. They bred, foaled, trained, and rode five different of their horses to grand championships in various RMHA, KMSHA, and UMH sanctioned shows Their horses not only did well in the show ring, but were all regularly trail ridden.
 
The Loughridges have been and still are involved in local and national RMHA issues and activities. John is both a Senior RMHA and KMSHA Certification Examiner. He has served on the national board Genetics and Nomination committees for the RMHA. Carolyn and John are both officers in the regional RMHA affiliated club chapter and have been participants in the Rocky Mountain Horse Brigade, a group of Rocky owners which has performed numerous breed demos in the Denver area over the years.
 
One of the highlights occured in the fall of 2007 when the Carolyn and John returned their stalllion, J. Toby's Shadow, to the RMHA International Grand Championships held at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, KY. They found and purchased Toby at the 2000 International and wanted him to end his show career back there. At the 2007 International, Toby placed high in many classes and qualified for both the AOT Trail Pleasure and AOT Show Pleasure Grand Championship classes. These results in the big time were icing on the cake for a great show career. Toby is now retired from the show ring.
 
John and Carolyn have unfortunately found it necessary to cut back on their breeding, training, showing, and sales activities. This due to a non-horse related injury suffered by Carolyn in late 2010. They still have a few riding horses for their own and friends use, and that are available to demonstrate to others who may be interested in learning about the Rocky Mountain Horse breed. Call the Storm Ranch for scheduling.
 

Men's AOT Show Pleasure Reserve Champion
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RMHA International Grand Championships

Storm Ranch
John and Carolyn Loughridge
1643 Macom Drive
Sedalia, CO 80135 

Phone: (303) 660-5605 

stormranch@earthlink.net
 

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