Horse to Human – The Next Generation in Horsemanship

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Annual Conference, Horsemanship Clinics & Film Festival of the Montana Center Features Nick Dowers, Joe Wolter, Bryan Neubert, Rupert Isaacson & Dr. Janet Jones

Horse to Human – the Next Generation in Horsemanship, will feature three public clinics – Advanced Horsemanship, Colt Starting and Cow Working with Nick Dowers, Bryan Neubert and Joe Wolter and conference presenters Rupert Isaacson and Dr. Janet Jones, plus this year’s award- winning films from Equus International Film Festival, September 5-7 at the Montana Center for Horsemanship.

The 4th annual Horsemanship event is co-sponsored by NC Wheeler and Associates, UM Western, Murdoch’s, Andrus Hotel, E3A, Equine Experiential Learning, and the Beaverhead Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture, HSUS Equine, American National Insurance, Triple Crown Feed, O’Donnell Quarter Horses, Fenceline and Horse Haven Montana.

Dillon, Montana, an easy drive from Bozeman, Butte, Missoula and Helena,  is home to the leading international equine education center MCH and host of this annual event.  This year, for the first time, the event will feature clinics, along with conference presentations and award-winning horse and western films and the filmmakers.

This event is public and all ages are welcome  Along with clinics and conference presentations, Thursday and Friday evening, September 5th and 6th will feature live music from Open Range and Rob Quist and friends, plus Cowboy Cocktail Receptions each evening.

Booths and Tables are available for sponsorship and all clinics are open for auditing.  The daily rate is $75 and includes all events, clinics, food and drink and entertainment.

For more information about attendance, registration, sponsorship or other questions, please call 406.925.3270 or visit,

Registration is on  Horse to Human – the Next Generation in Horsemanship.

The mission of the Montana Center for Horsemanship, which is an independent not for profit organization

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: