The entire Kohr Family – Marshall and Lynn Kohr and their three children – is integrally involved, making up Kohr Quarter Horses.
Dr. Marshall Kohr is a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM). He serves as Lieutenant Colonel in the Army National Guard and as a partner and manager of Animal Medical Center of Wyoming in Gillette. Marshall earned his Bachelor of Science degree in both chemistry and biochemistry from Rice University in Houston, TX. Marshall is manager of the health the Kohr animals and uses his working knowledge to keep Kohr Quarter Horses sound throughout their athletic career and for their lives.
Lynn Kohr earned her Bachelor of Science degree in biology with concentrations in biochemistry and bio physiology from Colorado State University in Ft Collins, CO. She has played sports her whole life and through college. Horses have been her lifeline: training, showing, racing, and clinics throughout her entire life.
Sage Kohr is a top competitor in every arena into which she steps: school, barrels, poles, basketball, cross country running, and track. She strives to be the best she can. She has had huge success in all of these areas. She futuritied Nothertime To Cash when she was just 10 years old, winning several prestigious barrel futurities and returned the next few years to win the derbies. This was all accomplished on a horse she trained herself. She is also a standout student with straight A’s.
Cedar Kohr is the quiet horse trainer who rides with Lynn day in and day out. She rides all of the horses at every level, from 2-year-olds to the finished horses. She can warm up all of the colts, no matter their quirks, and hand the reins over, having them ready to compete. She has made her spot in the arena on Hummin A Melody, Bueno Good Times, (a mare she started as a 2-year-old and trained on barrels and poles) and Easy On The Fame. Cedar has won on lots of different horses, always one at a time, giving much thought and time to each of her equine partners. Cedar is also a straight A student and a long distance runner. She runs both indoor and outdoor track and competes in high school rodeo.
Stratton “takes the worries” out of horses. Since he was a little guy, he could handle all of the horses, and he especially had a kind quiet way around our trickier ones. All of the Kohr horses are drawn to him. Whether he is helping Lynn condition, roping the heel-o-matic, washing horses down, or ponying them … he gives them confidence and love. Stratton plays football and baseball, and he runs track, and playing hockey is his favorite! He is looking forward to junior high rodeo and is also a straight A student.