Steamboat Pilot-Lodwick Challenge

Steamboat Springs — Dennis Lodwick offered a little race strategy at The Home Ranch on Sunday m orning. Figuring that if anyone knows how to get the best of Lodwick’s son, Todd, in a cross-country ski race, it would be the old man, so I slipped Dennis a $5 bill and whipped out my reporter’s notebook, preparing to take detailed notes. “Start out slow, and then taper off,” Dennis whispered in my ear. Click for Full Arcticle February 15, 2011 Share this:

A Break in the Storm

As I skied yesterday, I was trying to compose this post, but I couldn’t decide what to write about…it is no different this morning. So I apologize if my thoughts are all over the place. It was a beautiful day – the sun was shining and there wasn’t a cloud in the bluebird sky, which meant that it was cold.   I thought that I would just enjoy the views from indoors, but then I saw the groomer making its way around the South Meadow.  Even a cross country skier can’t resist freshly groomed trails and the opportunity to make first … Continued

Panda ~ February 2011

Here is February’s Horse of the Month – Panda.  As you can see, Panda is a beautiful black and white Canadian Sport Horse.  She is a sister to Domino, who is now in Florida on the jumping circuit. Panda was purchased as a weanling from Gord Jessiman and grew up here at the ranch.  She first entered our string last year and has proven to have a great disposition.  Head Wrangler, Kellen Carlson, decided to put in some time on our younger horses the other day and took Panda out for a spin.  You’ll see her as one of our … Continued