at the Eastern Classic.
Storme Camarillo literally, could ride before she walked. By the age of two, she was napping upright in her pony's saddle, on her father's South Dakota ranch. By five she was winning junior rodeo championships. At the age of seven, she attended Sharon Camarillo’s barrel racing clinic and her young life was forever changed.
Recognizing her gift, Leo and Sharon made arrangements to take in the young prodigy, and she came to live with them in California. The Camarillo’s raised her as their own, teaching her everything they knew about horsemanship, and the western lifestyle.
Horsemanship and barrel racing propelled Storme to college, providing scholarship opportunities that funded a successful academic career culminating with a Masters Degree in Business Administration.
At an early age she assisted in teaching Camarillo Horsemanship Clinics throughout the country while building a successful barrel racing career. She also traveled internationally representing the United States in equine events. A member of Pfizer’s original equine division team, Storme went to Texas in the late 90’s. This opened the door for multiple opportunities in the equine pharmaceutical industry.
Storme helped foster the career of horsemanship clinician, Chris Cox, and was an integral part in the launch of the Chris Cox Horsemanship Company. In 2004, Storme launched Storme Trails Consulting Company. Storme is a true business woman. Her vast business experience ranges from design, management and sales in the western industry to her latest challenge as co-proprietor of St. Louis’s leading steakhouse, Prime 1000.
for clinching the 2D Open at
the Eastern Classic.
Dedicated to our industry, Storme is proud to bring her trained eye and equine expertise to the Horsemanship for Better Barrel Racing Clinics. Storme knows how to get in and get things done; she’s an analyzer and a fixer, making her an effective and outstanding coach.
Now residing in Fairview Heights, Illinois with her family Todd, CJ and Faith, Storme gives all that she has to her family, her friends and her students. Storme is authentically western, and ever-ready to ride out and meet her next big challenge. Endowed with a rancher’s work ethic and an executive’s business acumen, she’s forged a successful career marketing the Western lifestyle while simultaneously living it.