The non-profit Pikes Peak Range Riders Foundation (Latigo) was formed in 1999 to allow the Pikes Peak Range Riders to focus their charitable community activities. In 2001, the Foundation accepted the generous contribution of the land and facilities of Latigo from a few individual Range Rider benefactors. In 2009, the Foundation Board clarified the mission to promote western heritage through youth events and activities. In keeping with our vision, to instill the core values of the Cowboy Way in the youth of our community, we have actively partnered with and supported the High School Rodeo, Colorado Jr. Rodeo Association, 4-H, Pikes Peak Rangerettes, Little Britches Youth Association, and the Boys & Girls Club. We believe these organizations have become valued partners over the years because of this vision. We also support several other local western-focused organizations including the Special Rodeo, the Western Street Breakfast, Pikes Peak Posse, StableStrides, and many more. StableStrides, formerly known as The Pikes Peak Therapeutic Riding Center, operates from Latigo. The 45-acre site offers horse boarding, riding facilities, retail space and leases space for a variety of events.
President: Ted Severn
Vice President: Darren Sharp
Treasurer: Logan Powell
Secretary: Corliss Palmer
Director: Tracy Beers
Director: Brian Braaten
Director: AJ Frasca
Director: Blake Green
Director: Marc Jenkins
Director: Linda Skalla
Director: Scott Smith
Director & PPRR VP: Harvey Freeman
Range Rider Representative: Mark Davis
Executive Director: Natalie Field
Latigo General Manager: Bob Harrison
April 29, 2023
Rendezvous at Latigo is our signature community dinner, dance and fundraiser that supports youth activities with a western, agricultural and equine orientation. By attending, you can make a lasting impact for our community and thousands of kids served at Latigo.
Live Music | Drinks | Dinner | Auction |
Fun for the Whole Family
July 25, 2023
Our Annual Day on the Range is coming up!
This new partnership between Latigo & The Boys and Girls Club brings western heritage to the young people of the Pikes Peak Region.
Want to volunteer?
Cheyenne Shadows Golf Club Fort Carson, CO
July 28. 2023
7 AM Registration --- 8 AM Shotgun
Sponsorship Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for a fun day on the course! Entry fee includes cart, cold beverages, range balls and BBQ brisket lunch! All players get a certificate for a FREE round of golf to use at a later date.
14th Annual Roping
September 9, 2023
Team roping, tie-down roping and breakaway, food and prizes. Come enjoy the day honoring the memory of a wonderful young man while benefiting numerous activities at Latigo.
Sponsorship and other information: email@example.com
June 21, 2023 The Colorado Springs Western Street Breakfast is a fun way to celebrate the start of rodeo season in Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region. Great food, western entertainment, dress-up contest, and the grand procession of the Pikes Peak Range Riders as they parade out of town on horseback.
Volunteer to help or for more information, contact Katherine Toman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 17, 2023 The Pikes Peak Special Rodeo is presented by the Pikes Peak Range Riders Foundation and the ProRodeo Hall of Fame. Two local therapeutic riding centers compete in a special rodeo. There are fun games for able-bodied kids as well. Stick horse races, western dress-up contest, petting zoo, face painting and more.
All proceeds from this event benefit the Colorado Springs Therapeutic Riding Center and StableStrides.
Volunteer to help or for more information, contact Dick Janitell at email@example.com.
7/22/23 El Paso County Fair | 8/29/23 Colorado State Fair Junior Livestock Sale The Pikes Peak Posse is a buyers group composed of community leaders, movers and shakers gathered to support the market for 4-H and FFA project animals at the El Paso County Fair and Colorado State Fair. Membership and sponsorships available at www.pikespeakposse.com or Scott Smith at 719-499-7764.