Montana: Cow-working clinics set for Toston, May 14 and 21
April 29, 2011
Donald Messling, a popular cow-bred horse trainer from Toston, MT, is hold cow working clinics on May 14 and 21 at the Messling ranch.
Although the first clinic on May 14 is full for riders, auditors are welcome. The second clinic on May 21 is open for both riders and auditors.
Messling’s operation, StockHorse, LLC, offers a variety of training and instructional services that focus on cow-related performance horses and their riders.
At the training facility, Messling trains cow-bred horses from start to finish that can be used in “drop-your-hands” cutting, snaffle bit, working cow horse and team sorting. He works with riders in the process to help them learn the skills and gain the muscle memory to be competitive in performance events.
“If your passion is working a cow on horseback, we are most interested in helping you achieve your best success,” Messling said.
To learn more, contact Messling at 406-266-5849.