Horse To Human – The Next Generation in Horsemanship Presented by the Montana Center for Horsemanship Features 3 Days of Clinics with 3 Leading Horsemen, & Award-Winning Films

The Montana Center for Horsemanship’s 4th annual international horsemanship event announces 3 days of clinics, with three leading horsemen, September 5-7, 2024. Horse to Human – the Next Generation in Horsemanship, in partnership with Montana Western and EQUUS International Film Festival, will bring Nick Dowers, Bryan Neubert and Joe Wolter together for three days of clinics, including Horsemanship and Cow Working. Participants with horses can apply to be in each three-day class but auditing is open to all.

The Montana Center for Horsemanship in Dillon, Montana is the nation’s only Center devoted solely to the La Cense Method, Natural Horsemanship. In addition to three days of clinics, “Horse to Human” will feature conference presenters, and red-carpet premieres of award-winning equine films from this year’s edition of Equus International Film Festival. The Call for Entries is now open for any equine related films from any year including documentaries, features, shorts, animated programs, and alt-media.

Horse to Human – the Next Generation in Horsemanship will be held Thursday, September 5 through Saturday, September 7 in the historic western town of Dillon, Montana, known for having more cows and horses than people. The Montana Center for Horsemanship and the La Cense Arena, in partnership with UM Western, also provide the nation’s first and only 4-year Bachelor’s Degree in Natural Horsemanship and affiliated degrees. This year’s event will also feature live music with Montana’s own award-winning musician, Rob Quist, joined by vocalist Halladay Quist and fiddler Clara Wiecke.

Registration, with an early bird discount is on  (Follow this link):

For film entries, visit Equus International Film Festival on

Also scheduled to attend – Rex Peterson, Hollywood’s best-known trainer behind some of the world’s most iconic horse films, premiering a new film currently in production, “Hats, Horses, Hollywood” along with producer Paul Brozen and the award winning production team.

The Clinics, Conference Presentations & Film Festival are public and open to all, including college and high school students. For more information about Sponsorships, Tabling and Booths at the Center and the Horse to Human event, please contact Director of Development & Communications, Janet Rose at 406.925.3270 or email

The mission of the Montana Center for Horsemanship

  • To help every horse and person make the most of their respective lives
  • To enable horses to learn effectively and experience “horse happiness” through the process of Natural Horsemanship
  • To help individuals achieve personal and professional success in the equine fields.

 Contact:  Janet Rose:  406.925.3270