Copper Spring Ranch: rodeo Bible camp, July 7-9
June 18, 2015
"Attitude of a Champion" is the theme of Copper Spring Ranch's 2015 Rodeo Bible Camp which is scheduled for July 7-9 in Bozeman, Mont. with a roster of nationally recognized past and present rodeo champions on hand to take competitors of all ages to a higher level in the rodeo arena.
The camp features instruction in tie down, breakaway and team roping, steer wrestling, and goat tying with a combination of ground work and practice with live cattle and goats. Along with the extensive rodeo training, by the clinicians, the camp offers hours of fellowship with positive minded mentors. This curriculum includes motivational teaching and positive practice instruction which gives contestants the tools to win inside and outside of the arena.
The instructors include World Champion Dean Gorsuch and NFR qualifier Beau Clark in steer wrestling, Trey Johnson, 2000 PRCA Rookie of the Year heeler and NFR qualifying header Justin Davis in team roping. NFR qualifier Rusty Sewalt is teaching the tie down roping and standout futurity horse trainer Leslie Willis is teaching the barrel racing segment of the camp. Lana Tibbetts, a former National Intercollegiate champion, is returning to teach goat tying.
The $300 enrollment fee includes food and lodging. Additional family members may join the camp for a $150 fee. Campers may sign up for additional event training at no additional charge.
Activities take place in the ranch's indoor and outdoor arenas and other ranch buildings. The ranch is located west of the Four Corners area of Bozeman.
Scholarships are available by sending a letter to Copper Spring Ranch, 601 South Pine Butte Road, Bozeman, MT 59718. All information and enrollment forms may be found at CopperSpringRanch.com or information may be obtained by calling the ranch office at 406-585-7008.
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