Brighton Feed and Saddlery has been the place to go since it started as Brighton Feed & Farm Supply
in 1943 when the thrust was livestock, dairy, feed and poultry. The original owner, Clyde Peterson, was
a rodeo man. A strong advocate of fairs and youth programs, he was on the committee to organize the
Adams County Fair and Rodeo. He co-produced the Table Mountain Rodeos and operated the store
until 1971, leaving a fine legacy and a sound name for Brighton Feed and Farm Supply.
The current owners, Roger and Verna Allgeier, moved from a ranching operation in southern Arizona to
purchase the facility in 1973, with the full intention of building a fine tack and saddle shop. The couple has
seen many changes in the last 36 years. Their local area has grown from a mostly rural farming and
ranching community to an area of small horse acreages.
Roger, Verna, and a dedicated staff have grown Brighton Feed & Saddlery with the philosophy of getting to know their customer's unique needs and
then fulfilling those needs with the high quality merchandise that the store offers. We have grown from one saddle in stock in 1973, to over 350 in
stock at all times, and over 700 at our annual saddle sale in July. Thus, the company chose a minor name change to Brighton Feed & Saddlery.
Brighton Feed & Saddlery has a full line of all the latest styles in tack and bits, from production to custom and handcrafted. Professional products
at practical prices is our goal, and customer satisfaction is part of the service we provide at Brighton Feed & Saddlery.
We carry quality tack and feed to meet the needs of customers who make their living horseback, "suburban cowboys", or those who appreciate true horsemanship and want to improve their own expertise. Our selection of instructional videos and books help horse owners get the most from
themselves and their horse. We also offer a wide selection of books, music, jewelry, and other gift items for those who enjoy the western heritage
The store is conveniently located just twenty minutes from Denver, the National Western Stockshow facility, and Denver International Airport. The folks
at Brighton Feed are all experienced and knowledgeable in the equine industry, so stop by for a chat, give them a call, or drop a line by 21st Century
pony express — our e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to hear from you.
(Summer) 2014 Effective 3/17/14
Monday - Friday: 8:00 to 6:30
Saturday: 8:00 to 5:30
(Winter) 2014 Effective 11/1/14
Monday - Friday: 8:00 to 6:00
Saturday: 8:00 to 5:30
Directions from Denver or Ft. Collins:
Take I-25 (North from Denver or South from Ft. Collins) to Highway 7. This exit is the Brighton and Lafayette exit. Go east on Colorado Highway 7 nine
miles to the town of Brighton. After going through the two roundabouts, the first stoplight is Main Street. Turn left. Brighton Feed and Saddlery is four
blocks north on the northeast corner of Main St. and Longspeak Ave. Brighton Feed is also conveniently located 2 blocks east of U.S. Highway 85.