The Natural Horsemanship Revolution Conference and EQUUS International Film Festival, presented in partnership with the University of Montana Western, will be held at the Montana Center for Horsemanship September 8-10 in Dillon, Montana.
Featured guests include internationally renowned horseman and proponent of Natural Horsemanship, Buck Brannaman, Natural Horsemanship ambassador and rodeo icon Ty Murray, and equine behaviorist and veterinarian, Dr. Robert Miller. A free public screening will be held on Friday, September 9 in the Beier Auditorium on the UMW campus at 7 p.m. of the award-winning film, "Buck," with an introduction and Q&A with Buck Brannaman.
Focusing on a global understanding of Natural Horsemanship, this conference will feature a wide range of clinics, presentations, keynotes, award-winning films and leaders in the field with a goal of sharing knowledge to advance the horse-human relationship. The conference will also include an in-depth look at saddles and feature a raffle to win a custom saddle, presented by Contour Saddles and Natural Horseman Saddles.
Featured speakers include:
Dr. Glenn Blodgett
Olympian James Wofford
Breeder Stan Weaver of Weaver Quarter Horses
Kansas Carradine, an international equestrian and performer
Dr. Stephen Peters
Natural Horsemanship trainers and teachers from Haras de la Cense in France
Manu and Caroline Godin
Dr. Ann Perkins, founder of Anthrozoology
Filmmaker Stephen Latham
Film Producer Bud Force
To register or make arrangements for class/student attendance and view the complete schedule of events, visit the conference webpage or contact Janet Rose at 406-925-3270.