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Chelsea  Miller

Staff and Providers

A note about some of the friendly faces you may see around the ranch.

There are so many wonderful people who make up the beautiful place that Storyridge is.  While we aren't the fanciest horse farm I can say with certainty that we are the kindest and the most peaceful.   I can also say with joy and admiration that our boarding clients and horses feel well taken care of and loved!

We are family owned and operated and we live on the property providing 24 hour care.  From our 11,00 sq ft indoor arena to our round pens and outdoor arena there is no lack of fun, riding and laughter out here.  We truly love and appreciate each other at Storyridge Ranch and we hope that shines through in our attitudes toward each other, our clients and their horses.  

Thanks so much for taking the time to read this and please take a few minutes to read the bios!

With Love,


Emma Sanchez - Liberty Trainer/Vet Student Extrordinnaire

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Emma  is originally from Louisville, Colorado. She attended the University of Kentucky for her bachelors in Equine and Animal science where she met Dan and Elizabeth James of Double Dan Horsemanship. She worked for Dan and Elizabeth for over 3.5 years before returning to Colorado to pursue her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Colorado State University. Emma has been able to work with some of the top liberty horse trainers in the world and has a passion for building a connection between humans and horses. Emma came to the ranch with her horse Remington in January of 2020 and has fallen in love with the community, mission, and location of Story Ridge. She is dedicated to sharing her passion and knowledge of liberty training to help other people and horses form strong relationships. Emma is available for lessons and demonstrations. 

Angela grew up in Eagle, Colorado and started competitively riding when she was 8. Beginning in the hunter/jumpers she competed regionally in CHJA through open jumper divisions. Switching to 3-day Eventing, she competed with USEA through college, while also competing on CSU's IHSA collegiate jumper team. In high school Angela also took up barrel racing, and was awarded a scholarship on CSU's rodeo team, in which she competed on throughout her college career. Angela now competes in barrel racing jackpots in Colorado and surrounding states as well as WPRA pro rodeos. Outside of her personal riding career Angela has been heavily involved in coaching from a pony camp level to a professional level in both Western and English disciplines.  She has been a head counselor for an English riding summer camp program for beginners learning the basics of riding and horsemanship, and has traveled to shows with advanced students. She spent her college summers being a head wrangler at a resort outfitter taking guests on miles of trail, and takes in horses for training and tune ups for both barrels and English disciplines starting from saddle breaking and up. 

Site Under Construction, More Bio's coming soon!

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