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Montana: Top of the West Performance Horse Sale May 5-7

Three days of exciting equine activities are being held in conjunction with Montana State University’s Top of The West Performance Horse Sale and Derby Day celebration at Copper Spring Ranch near Bozeman, MT, on May 5-7.

All events during the three days are free and open to the public. Proceeds from the sale benefit the Equine Program at Montana State University (MSU) and other associated activities to benefit other educational causes according to the organizers.

The sale is sponsored by the Equine Boosters of MSU as a vehicle to provide support for the Animal Science – Equine Program at the university’s Animal and Range Science Department. Proceeds are used to upgrade the facilities that are used in conjunction with the department’s program for equine students.

In conjunction with the Derby Day celebration in Bozeman, over 75 vendor booths are being featured with equine-related and western lifestyle products. The booths are open from 5 p.m. Friday and all day on Saturday.

The events include the CSR Challenge for students in the colt starting and training classes at Montana State University and the University of Montana Western on May 5, a cowboy mounted shooting demonstration and jackpot, saddle fitting with Larry Coats of Coats Saddlery, a training tips session with Copper Spring Ranch’s Brett Badgett and Tyrell Burklund, the CSR Equine Expert Consortium and a pre-sale social on May 6 that includes food from Old Chicago.

On May 7, the veterinarian screening of the sale horses takes place at 8 a.m., before the sale preview starts at 10 a.m. The actual sale takes place at 4:30 p.m. with barrel racing, reining, cutting and roping bloodlines featured along with American Quarter Horses trained by college students.

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Three days of exciting equine activities are being held in conjunction with Montana State University’s Top of The West Performance Horse Sale and Derby Day celebration at Copper Spring Ranch near Bozeman, MT, on May 5-7.

All events during the three days are free and open to the public. Proceeds from the sale benefit the Equine Program at Montana State University (MSU) and other associated activities to benefit other educational causes according to the organizers.

The sale is sponsored by the Equine Boosters of MSU as a vehicle to provide support for the Animal Science – Equine Program at the university’s Animal and Range Science Department. Proceeds are used to upgrade the facilities that are used in conjunction with the department’s program for equine students.

In conjunction with the Derby Day celebration in Bozeman, over 75 vendor booths are being featured with equine-related and western lifestyle products. The booths are open from 5 p.m. Friday and all day on Saturday.

The events include the CSR Challenge for students in the colt starting and training classes at Montana State University and the University of Montana Western on May 5, a cowboy mounted shooting demonstration and jackpot, saddle fitting with Larry Coats of Coats Saddlery, a training tips session with Copper Spring Ranch’s Brett Badgett and Tyrell Burklund, the CSR Equine Expert Consortium and a pre-sale social on May 6 that includes food from Old Chicago.

On May 7, the veterinarian screening of the sale horses takes place at 8 a.m., before the sale preview starts at 10 a.m. The actual sale takes place at 4:30 p.m. with barrel racing, reining, cutting and roping bloodlines featured along with American Quarter Horses trained by college students.

Three days of exciting equine activities are being held in conjunction with Montana State University’s Top of The West Performance Horse Sale and Derby Day celebration at Copper Spring Ranch near Bozeman, MT, on May 5-7.

All events during the three days are free and open to the public. Proceeds from the sale benefit the Equine Program at Montana State University (MSU) and other associated activities to benefit other educational causes according to the organizers.

The sale is sponsored by the Equine Boosters of MSU as a vehicle to provide support for the Animal Science – Equine Program at the university’s Animal and Range Science Department. Proceeds are used to upgrade the facilities that are used in conjunction with the department’s program for equine students.

In conjunction with the Derby Day celebration in Bozeman, over 75 vendor booths are being featured with equine-related and western lifestyle products. The booths are open from 5 p.m. Friday and all day on Saturday.

The events include the CSR Challenge for students in the colt starting and training classes at Montana State University and the University of Montana Western on May 5, a cowboy mounted shooting demonstration and jackpot, saddle fitting with Larry Coats of Coats Saddlery, a training tips session with Copper Spring Ranch’s Brett Badgett and Tyrell Burklund, the CSR Equine Expert Consortium and a pre-sale social on May 6 that includes food from Old Chicago.

On May 7, the veterinarian screening of the sale horses takes place at 8 a.m., before the sale preview starts at 10 a.m. The actual sale takes place at 4:30 p.m. with barrel racing, reining, cutting and roping bloodlines featured along with American Quarter Horses trained by college students.

Three days of exciting equine activities are being held in conjunction with Montana State University’s Top of The West Performance Horse Sale and Derby Day celebration at Copper Spring Ranch near Bozeman, MT, on May 5-7.

All events during the three days are free and open to the public. Proceeds from the sale benefit the Equine Program at Montana State University (MSU) and other associated activities to benefit other educational causes according to the organizers.

The sale is sponsored by the Equine Boosters of MSU as a vehicle to provide support for the Animal Science – Equine Program at the university’s Animal and Range Science Department. Proceeds are used to upgrade the facilities that are used in conjunction with the department’s program for equine students.

In conjunction with the Derby Day celebration in Bozeman, over 75 vendor booths are being featured with equine-related and western lifestyle products. The booths are open from 5 p.m. Friday and all day on Saturday.

The events include the CSR Challenge for students in the colt starting and training classes at Montana State University and the University of Montana Western on May 5, a cowboy mounted shooting demonstration and jackpot, saddle fitting with Larry Coats of Coats Saddlery, a training tips session with Copper Spring Ranch’s Brett Badgett and Tyrell Burklund, the CSR Equine Expert Consortium and a pre-sale social on May 6 that includes food from Old Chicago.

On May 7, the veterinarian screening of the sale horses takes place at 8 a.m., before the sale preview starts at 10 a.m. The actual sale takes place at 4:30 p.m. with barrel racing, reining, cutting and roping bloodlines featured along with American Quarter Horses trained by college students.

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