Three people rode their horses into several bars and a supermarket during a ten-hour journey that ended with one cowboy being tasered by police.
Officers used a stun gun to arrest Michael Miller, 44, when he allegedly became confrontational after being asked to dismount his horse.
Miller was detained at 10:30pm on Sunday, more than ten hours after he and two others - Kenneth Becker and Roxanne Lange - began their ride atop the nearby Emerald Mountain. Becker and Lange were not arrested.
Following his release from the Routt County Jail on $750 bail, Miller told local newspaper the Steamboat Pilot: 'I had a great ride right up until the very end.'
The trio had descended on the town and rode their horses into a number of local bars.
Video footage shows an angry bartender confronting Lange as she rides her horse around the Old Town Pub.
He shouts: ''Get out of my restaurant. Take your horse and go. How did you fit a f*****horse through the door?''
The three riders then took their horses into a branch of Safeway where they approached the counter of an in-store Starbucks.
Again, they received a less-than-enthusiastic welcome from staff.
One onlooker, identified only as Jackson, told the Steamboat Pilot: 'I came out and saw three huge horses standing in front of our Starbucks counter, and one of the riders was trying to buy a bag of chips.
''These were three huge horses, not small horses. I looked at the riders and I told them: ''You have got to go. This violates every policy we have.''
Miller faces charges of harassment, disorderly conduct, obstructing a police officer and resisting arrest.