This Years Clinician is Ruben Villasenor ,
Horsemen’s Western Dressage ,About Horsemen’s Western Dressage
Horsemen’s Western Dressage’s experience has been developed and honed through the years within the Villasenor family. The Villasenor family has a long history of outstanding horsemanship, experience and traditions have been passed down through the generations. As a young boy in Mexico it was Ruben Villasenor, owner of Horsemen’s Western Dressage, responsibility to tame wild horses that were rounded up in the mountains of Jalisco. As a child he knew little about the processes involved but dedicated himself to earning the trust and respect of those wild horses. Now, as the owner of Horsemen’s Western Dressage, he works with all breeds of horses and train for all disciplines. HWD believes that the more we teach our horses the more capable and dedicated they will be to our relationship with them.
Horsemen’s Western Dressage utilizes a unique the methods with a Bosal. HWD offers their clients and the public a new and fresh approach to the correct use and fit of this very effwctive but often misunderstood tool.
HWD’s training techniques are good for the horse and easy for the horseperson to understand and implement. We believe that if you are not having a good time while working with your horse then it is time to learn how to, after all, most of us at the end of the day want to spend time enjoying our horses not struggling with them.
Idaho Horse Expo 2015
April 17,18,& 19, 2015
Ford Idaho Horse Park
To contact us email@example.com
The Expo was a huge success this year…It was well attended, fun, and educational.
Our clinicians were exceptional , the Breed Challenge just keeps getting better every year.
The Blue Ribbon Private Treaty Horse Sale sold numerous horse worth thousands of dollars.. Its the premier horse sale in Idaho .
The Stallions on Parade stallions were amazing and moved beautifully in the main arena .
Mark Bolender did a great job everyday with his Trail Challenge..
The Ranch Pleasure was well attended and ran smoothly..
The Cowboy Race was fun, challenging and great to watch …
The Silent Auction raised enough money to give 3 $1,500. scholarship this year..
We had Demos from numerous regional Clinicians…Seminars and Round Pen Demos
Thanks to all our Volunteers who make this Expo happen…
Hope to see you next year..
Idaho Horse Expo 2014 was a huge success, we had something for everyone.
We would like to thank our sponsors for all that they so!
Boot Barn paid for all children 12 and under to get in free Friday and Saturday and sponsored the Round Pen Demos….
Appaloosa Horse Club paid for all children 12 and under to get in free Easter Day…
CROSSFIRE FENCING FURNISHED ALL THE PANELS YOU SAW AT THE EXPO..
YOU CAN’T HAVE A HORSE EXPO WITH OUT PANELS
D & B SUPPLY THEY SPONSORED THE THE MAIN ARENA ,HELPED WITH THE PETTING RANCH , AND NUMEROUS OTHER GREAT THINGS.
DRYNEST THEY FURNISHED ALL THE SHAVING , FOR ALL THE HORSES..AND WE HAD A LOT OF HORSES
IDAHO TRACTORS EQUIPMENT TO MAKE THE EXPO HAPPEN
JUST HORSES OUR OFFICIAL PUBLICATION – BEST HORSE PUBLICATION IN IDAHO
VENUE ALL THE TABLE, CURTAINS AND ALL THE CHAIRS
THREE RIVERS RANCH – SPONSORED THE BREED CHALLENGE
FLYNNS – HELPED WITH OUR AUCTION
Breed Challenge Friday Night –
SPONSORED BY 3 RIVERS RANCH
Myron Amsden Organizer
1. Kelsi Tackett, Riding a Dun Horse
2. Dee Craig, Riding American Quarter Horse owned by Loren Macey from
Red Tail Ranch
3. Lorin Price, Riding American Blazer Horse owned by Donna and Lou Kelleher from Red
Breed Challenge Sunday ,
Kelsi Tackett, Riding a Dun Horse
Cowboy Race Sponsored by RC Bean Saddlery
Hal Bongiovi Organizer
1st. Open – Loren Price
2nd. Open Kelsi Tackett
3rd. Open Darcy Kemp
1st Youth – Kelsi Tackett
2nd. Youth – Devin Tackett
3rd. Youth – Kandi Kenny
1st. Amateur – Dennis McClure
2nd Amateur – Lynette Adsitt
3rd. Amateur – Crystal Tonto
Ranch Pleasure Winners will be announced soon.
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Lawrance Valdez has been a working horse trainer for more than thirty years. He first started training horses professionally at the age of eighteen. Already an accomplished trainer, he graduated from Ricks College with a degree in Horsemanship and Stable Management. As the top student in his graduating class, Lawrance was chosen to serve his internship at the King Ranch, the largest horse ranch in the United States, home of the Quarter Horse breed, in Kingsville, Texas where he learned cutting from some of the best trainers in the horse industry.
After working at the King Ranch, Lawrance chose to return to his home town of Rupert, Idaho where he pursues his career as a professional horse trainer, showman, roper, instructor and clinician. He has also gained the respect from the gaited horse community by specializing in training gaited horses of several different breeds.
Lawrance has also been a student of the Pat Parelli method for more than fifteen years. He earned his level 3. He has traveled extensively putting on clinics. He has taught and refined the methods to teach others this incredible horse program that reaches a deeper level of communication between a human and their horse. It requires many hours of dedicated effort, patience, practice and time with your horse to attain the level of proficiency that Lawrance has achieved using this system of training. Continue reading