Dayton’s 2014 Buck Brannaman clinic will be June 28-July 1st and July 3-6th.
We still have openings in the Ranch Roping Class. Please contact Robert for information.
The draw to these clinics is that the colts that will be started have a rare opportunity to roll right into the Horsemanship 1 class a day later in the second clinic's Horsemanship I class. Eight days of working with Buck in one place.
In 2014, Colt Starting & Horsemanship 1 will be offered June 28th – July 1st, followed by a second Horsemanship1 & Ranch Roping July 3rd – 6th. Those starting colts in the first session will be expected to continue on to the second session’s Horsemanship 1 class. Both of these classes require the rider to be a confident rider.
The location is the Columbia County Fairgrounds in Dayton Wa.
Classes start daily at 9:00am and 1:30pm. Be there early to watch Buck ride his horses before each class.
Spectator fee: $30 per person per day (no advance signup necessary) payable on site.
Note: There is a day off between the two 4 day clinics.
No dogs allowed in or around the riding arena.
Bleechers are available. There is some room for personal chairs.
Visit the Dayton Chamber of Commerce website for lodging information.
Thank you for your interest, Robert & Janet, Clay & Kathy
Photos from the Dayton 2013 Clinic
Photos from the Dayton 2011 Clinic
Photos from the Dayton 2010 Clinic
Additional Information About Buck
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