Copper Spring Ranch hosts 2012 Rodeo Bible Camp Aug. 6-9
A four-day rodeo bible camp will be held Aug. 6-9 by Copper Spring Ranch (CSR) in conjunction with Bridger Ministries. Attendees must be incoming high school freshmen thorough seniors as of this fall.
The camp will be held at the Bozeman Quarter Horse ranch near Four Corners, MT. Features include eight hours of instruction each day by some of the top professional and collegiate cowboys and cowgirls who will work with youth in a Christian atmosphere.
Brian Anderson, assistant manager at CSR and a long-time rodeo competitor, will serve as the camp director.
Trey Johnson of Amarillo, TX, 2000 Resistol/PRCA Rookie of the Year and long-time PRCA competitor, will teach heeling classes and help lead activities for the boys in the camp.
Lisa Anderson, assistant manager at CSR and a Montana, Texas, and Columbia River Circuit Finals competitor, will oversee the barrel racing event and supervise the girl’s activities.
Other special guests include: Montana Circuit contestant Ross Wagner of Laurel, MT, who will teach the heading portion of the team roping; Kevin Peterson, a College National Finals competitor and Montana State University team member from Bozeman, MT; PRCA standout Jordan Weaver of Bend, OR, will teach the calf and breakaway roping portion of the camp; and Lana Tibbetts of Miles City, MT, a former College National Finals champion, will teach the goat tying category.
The camp fee is $150, which includes lodging and food. The four-day camp curriculum will focus on motivation, faith and improving the young contestant’s skills.
The camp concludes on Aug. 9 with a student rodeo at 10 a.m. at the CSR outdoor arena.
For additional information, visit http://www.copperspringranch.com or call the CSR office at 406-585-7008.
– Copper Springs Ranch
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