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Horsemanship & Cow Working Clinics

by Ty Heth at Homestead  

Horse Events

 

March 2013 issue  

 

      Clinician and horse trainer Ty Heth will be offering a series of one-day Horsemanship and Cow Working Clinics at Homestead Horse Events, LLC, a 350-acre working ranch and equine event facility in Stevensville, Montana. Nine clinics will be held on Sundays, May through September, 2013.

      The clinics are designed to be fun for both horse and rider to apply good horsemanship skills in a real ranch environment, using varied terrain including pastures, bridges, trees, creeks, etc.  

 

      Participants will have access to cow/calf pairs and yearling cattle. The focus of each clinic will be to learn to drive, sort cattle, and rodear (a Vaquero term for gathering cattle and holding them without fences) in a safe, fun environment that improves both horse and rider while maintaining a smooth, low-stress atmosphere for cattle.

      Ty Heth has been starting colts and training horses since 1988. Since then, he has started more than 5,000 horses, has earned his living as a cowboy and has competed in cutting, working cow horse, and ranch horse versatility. He has conducted horsemanship, cow working and ranch roping clinics in a dozen states.  

 

 

      Heth learned his craft from some great horsemen including Buck Brannaman, Ray Hunt, Tom Dorrance and Brian Neubert.

      What I learned from Ray Hunt about horse handling is what I try to live and teach every day, says Heth.

      Horsemanship and Cow Working Clinics at Homestead Horse Events LLC will be held between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. with a lunch break. Class size is limited. Cost is $150, plus $25 cattle fee.

      For questions or to register, call Ty Heth at 406-642-9592, or Carolyn Mack at Homestead Horse Events, LLC, at 406-529-5033. The Clinic schedule is posted at www.tyhethhorsemanship.com and in the Rocky Mountain Rider Calendar of Events.

 

    

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