2018 CLINIC SCHEDULE

February 23-25 Pawhuska, OK
Buck Brannaman Clinic

March 2-4 Aubrey, TX
Buck Brannaman Clinic

March 9-11 Fort Worth, TX
Legacy of Legends
Contact: www.aLegacyofLegends.com

March16-18 Muskogee, OK
Foundation Horsemanship and Horsemanship 1
Contact: Zoe Mazepa - 360.350.8940

April 6-8 Burkesville, KY
Horsemanship 1 and Cow Working
Contact: Alicia Landman - 231.838.7100 - abyberglandman@gmail.com
Kim Muer - 270.406.0020

April 6-8 Ireland, Ballinamore, Drumcora Lake Resort, Co. Leitrim
Foundation Horsemanship & Horsemanship 1
Contact: Marc Higgins - 011.353.876.884.908 - MHeqdt@yahoo.ie or
Jane Hedge - 011.353.876.936.006 - Janehedge@Gmail.com
This clinic will be taught by Joel Conner

April 12-14 Chesapeake, VA
Horsemanship 1 and Introduction to Ranch Roping
Contact: Marilyn Obie - 757.784.7793 - hossboss@triplerranch.org

April 20-22 Pittstown, NJ
Foundation Horsemanship and Horsemanship 1
Contact: Courtney Smoot - 703.300.2920 - courtney_smoot@yahoo.com

April 27-29 Cleveland, OH
Foundation Horsemanship and Horsemanship 1
Contact: Claudia DiSato - 440.241.4621

May 5-6 North Platte, NE
Ranch Clinic
Contact: Brenda Merriott - 816.309.8063 - bmaddux@ymail.com

May 19-21 Oakley, UT
Foundation Horsemanship and Horsemanship 1
Contact: Dave Hicken - 435.654.8101

May 25-27 Briones, CA
Foundation Horsemanship and Horsemanship 1
Contact: Ann Borden - 925.580.1410 - cheesiebor@aol.com or
JoAnn Gillespie - 925.699.3996 - rawkinghorseranch@gmail.com

June 1-3 Olympia, WA
Horsemanship 1 and Horsemanship 2
Contact: Jordyn Hanchett - 360.789.6599 - jordyn.hanchett@hotmail.com or
Charlie Anderson - 360.943.9076

June 8-10 Kelowna, BC, Canada
Foundation Horsemanship and Horsemanship1
Kelowna Riding Club
Contact: Susanne Zimmerman - Krckelowna@gmail.com

July 16-20 North Platte, NE
Public Ranch Clinic
Contact: Ricky Quinn - 308.539.3009

July 23-27 North Platte, NE
Public Ranch Clinic
Contact: Ricky Quinn - 308.539.3009

September 7-9 Nashville, TN
Foundation Horsemanship and Horsemanship 1
Contact: Alicia Landman - 231.838.7100 - abyberglandman@gmail.com

September 14-16 Horseheads, NY
Horsemanship 1 and Horsemanship 2
Contact: Emalee Crossman - 607.437.3744 - ejcrossman@yahoo.com

September 21-23 Burlington, WI
Foundation Horsemanship and Horsemanship 1
Contact: Gayle Dominas - 815.529.0537

September 28-30 Archie, MO
Foundation Horsemanship and Horsemanship 1
Contact: Brenda Merriott - 816.309.8063 - bmaddux@ymail.com

October 12-14 Ellensburg, WA
Foundation Horsemanship and Horsemnship 1
Contact: Haley Ross - 253.302.1214

October 19-21 Santa Ynez, CA
Buck Brannaman Pro-Am Vaquero Roping
Contact: http://brannaman.com/roping/index.html

October 26-28 Santa Cruz, CA
Horsemanship 1 and Cow Working
Contact: Kristi Fredrickson - 831.596.5858 - KristiF@got.net or
Lisa Boyer - 831.359.3796 - bayareahorsemanship@gmail.com

Noveber 2-4 Banks, OR
Horsemanship 1 and Horsemanship 2 with Cattle
Contact: Nick and Jessie Donohue - 503.593.8775 Info@DonohueHorsemanship.com - Donohue Horsemanship


CLASS DESCRIPTION

COLT STARTING---FOUNDATION HORSEMANSHIP HORSEMANSHIP 1---RANCH ROPING---COW WORKING

In the COLT STARTING class, Ricky rides the un-started or troubled horses. He prepares the horse to do a job while addressing some basic principles of this style of horsemanship.

FOUNDATION HORSEMANSHIP is an expansion of the principles learned in the colt starting. He will work on getting to the feet through ground work, hind quarters, reaching with the front, accepting a flag, ropes, slickers, release of pressure, etc. HORSEMANSHIP 1 continues on this path. The better things get from the ground, the more time is spent riding and utilizing the same principles from the horses back to get a job done of a much higher quality. HORSEMANSHIP 2 is a further expanse of basic horsemanship with goals of further refinement. This class is either offered with or without cattle.

RANCH ROPING is a combination of horsemanship and roping. He teaches the principles of practical ranch roping covering aspects as simple as building a loop, all the way to tying off. In the COW WORKING class, students concentrate on the basics of cattle handling horseback and also incorporates roping skills. No matter what class you choose to be in, Ricky will challenge you and your horse to better your skills and help keep you both safe.

To register and ride in a clinic, contact the clinic sponsor closest to you.
For information about sponsoring a clinic, please contact us.