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Business Profile

Bryan Neubert – Clinician

 

August 2011 issue

     Horse trainer and clinician Bryan Neubert was raised on a ranch in Northern California . When he was growing up, all he wished for was to be the best cowboy he could be. Great horsemanship mentors and lots of real life experience have helped his dream come true.

     In his teens, Neubert began working for his neighbor, horseman Bill Dorrance (author of “True Horsemanship Through Feel”), who taught Neubert how to start colts and braid rawhide into reatas, hackamores and other fine works of craftsmanship. Later, he studied with Tom Dorrance, Bill’s brother, and Ray Hunt, both masters of horse psychology. These men made a lasting impression and formed Neubert’s stressless approach to handling all types of horses.

     Neubert also uses techniques he learned training horses and working years as a cowboss on traditional buckaroo ranches in Nevada and California . These were excellent opportunities for him to ride and train young horses. 

 

     In 1992, Neubert became an independent horse trainer full time. He now conducts clinics across the U.S. and Canada for much of the year, and holds clinics at his own ranch in Alturas , California , when not on the road. He has also started and trained mustangs for the BLM Wild Horse Program, and has produced instructional videos on wild horse handling, horse starting, and rawhide braiding.

     Neubert conducts three- to five-day clinics on colt starting, horsemanship, cow working. or a combination of all three. He begins with the basics at a slow and steady pace, while maintaining a running commentary and telling stories about his cowboy days and mentors. Progress is made at each horse’s rate of learning.

     Bryan is eager to share what he has learned over his lifetime working with horses. He considers himself to be a lifelong student of horsemanship.

            To find out more information or to review the clinic schedule, see his ad or the calendar in RMR, call 530-233-3582, or visit www.bryanneubert.com.

 

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