2017 Clinics and Demonstrations

Dale Clearwater Clinic

Local favorite Dale Clearwater will be giving a Working Cowhorse Clinic Friday – Sunday of the Expo. Limited number of entries accepted.

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2017 clinic is now full.

Glenn Stewart Demonstration

Natural Horsemanship Clinician and Horse Specialist Glenn Stewart will be featured each day of the expo with a 1 hour demonstration and a special presentation during the evening Extravaganza.

Glenn Stewart is an International Horseman he travels all over the world giving demonstrations, presentations and clinics and he has students that travel from all over the world to learn his horsemanship program at his home location in Fort St. John, BC Canada. Glenn has had amazing life experiences working up in the mountains with wild horses and a strong desire to continuously master the art of horsemanship. He has started over 2000-colts in his career learning lessons from each one as he attempts to do the right thing to help the horse become successful in what they are going to do.

Glenn offers year round educational opportunities and numerous programs throughout the year, including, clinics, demonstrations, colt starting sessions, a 3-month Horsemanship Course, Front Row Seating, Extreme Horsemanship Competition, as well as the High and Wild a Horsemanship Learning Adventure Series. He has had the unique privilege of directly studied first hand with many of our legends.

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Glenn is a former Champion of the Cowboy Up Challenge at the Calgary Stampede and was chosen as one of the Canadian representatives in the 2012 Road to the Horse, the World Championship of Colt Starting in Murfreesboro, TN. He was also nominated as one of Western Horse Review's Horseman of the Year and was featured at a colt-starting symposium, Teaching the Lost Art of Starting Colts in Reno, Nevada in 2014.

Here are a few words from Glenn:

“Horsemanship is the way the human interacts with the horse. It is natural if it makes sense to the horse and considers the horse’s point of view. Regardless of the dream or discipline, whether it may be for pleasure riding, cutting, reining, dressage, ranch roping, jumping, or racing, the common denominator is always the horse. If you truly understand what is important to them and care what is important to them, the ability to read each as an individual and know the why, then the how of responding, the possibilities for what horse and human can achieve are endless.”