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Snowy Range Arena

Laramie, Wyoming (Albany County)
$1,200,000Sold
80 +/- Deeded Acres

If you run cattle, like to rodeo, and love equestrian events, this property can do it all. Includes a 42,154 square foot indoor arena!

If you run cattle, like to rodeo, and love equestrian events, this property can do it all!
Featuring
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  • Everything you could possibly need for a breeding, training, boarding, and foaling facility
  • Completely set up for rodeo events with a sound system, viewing deck, laser barrel markers, steer alley, and priefert chute
  • 20 Indoor Stalls with turnouts, outdoor paddocks, large tac room, loafing sheds, oversized garage, etc.
  • 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath house and two extra apartments
Introduction
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Probably the nicest horse facility on the market in SE Wyoming. Includes 42,154 square foot indoor arena, 20 indoor stalls with waterers and turnouts, event viewing area, vet room, breeding facilities, apartment and nice country home.

Lay of the Land
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Climate

Laramie is on a high plain between two mountain ranges, the Snowy Range, about 30 miles to the west, and the Laramie Range, 7 miles to the east. The city’s elevation above sea level is about 7,165 feet. The Laramie River runs through Laramie toward its confluence with the North Platte River east of the Laramie Range.

Laramie’s total precipitation averages about 11 inches a year, and the average number of rainy days per year is about 86. The city experiences a day that is 90°F or warmer 2.2 times a year. The average temperature in December is 21.1°F, and in July it is 64.0°F. Annual snowfall averages 48 inches. Because of the high elevation, winters are long, and summers are short and relatively cool.

The ranch elevation is approximately 7,200 feet.

Locale

The population of Laramie is approximately 30,000 and is home to the University of Wyoming. Laramie is also the County Seat of Albany County. May of 2018 marked the 150th Anniversary of Laramie, known as the Gem City of the Plains. In that same year of 1868, Wyoming Territory and Albany County were also formed. The city draws outdoor enthusiasts due to its abundance of outdoor activities. In 2011, Laramie was named as one of the best cities in which to retire by Money Magazine, which cited its scenic location, low taxes, and educational opportunities. Laramie is loaded with western tradition and history. As a result of having a first rate university, the city is also culturally diverse and offers great dining, shopping, entertainment and all needed services.

Sporting Features
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An Indoor Arena of this quality with all of the amenities it has is a rarity to say the least! Whether you want to have your own private facility, breed performance horses, or hold events for participants from all over the country, this facility can do it all. In addition to luxurious riding in a climate controlled indoor arena, you have picturesque riding on the ranch and you are just a short trailer ride away from endless riding in the National Forest.

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