Montana horse ranch to host rodeo Bible camp |

Montana horse ranch to host rodeo Bible camp

The Copper Spring Ranch Rodeo Bible Camp in July is featuring a roster of nationally recognized clinicians who are dedicated to improving the skills of aspiring contestants.

Scheduled for July 7, 8 and 9, the clinic features instruction by a team of successful champions who can take high school rodeo athletes and adults to a higher level of competition at rodeos, team ropings and barrel races.

The 2014 camp features team, tie down and breakaway roping, steer wrestling, goat tying and barrel racing with both ground work and live cattle.

Instructors include Allen Bach, team roping; Rusty Sewalt, tie-down and breakaway roping; Lisa Anderson, barrel racing; Trey Johnson, team roping; Beau Clark, steer wrestling; and Lana Tibbetts, goat tying. The lineup is being enhanced by a number of additional champions who are joining this summer’s program.

Bach is a 30-time NFR qualifier and four-time world champion team roper. Sewalt is a five-time tie down roping NFR qualifier. Anderson is a qualifier in Montana, Texas and the Columbia River PRCA circuit and a winner at many professional rodeos in the United States and Canada. Trey Johnson, a traveling pastor and rodeo competitor, was the 2000 PRCA Rookie of the Year Heeler. Tibbetts is a former College National Finals and regional goat tying champion and a successful barrel racer. Beau Clark, a NFR qualifier, is a standout contestant with buckles earned from many major rodeos across the country.

The camp curriculum features both positive instruction sessions to help contestants win in the arena and motivational teaching to help them succeed both inside and outside of the arena. The camp is enhanced by hours of fellowship with positive-minded rodeo mentors for this western lifestyle sport.

The $300 cost of the camp includes breakfast, lunch, supper and with lodging, stalls and hookups included. Scholarships are available.

For forms, go to or contact Brian Anderson at 406-579-2621 or Lisa Anderson at 406-579-1540.

–Copper Spring Ranch

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