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Bobcat Rodeo Office
239 Brick Breeden Fieldhouse
Bozeman, MT 59717
Office: 406-994-2403
Fax: 406-994-2703
mtrue@montana.edu

MSU Women's Goat Tying & Breakaway Clinic

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SCHEDULE:

Saturday, March 16 :

9:00-12:00 Goats

12:00-1:00 - Lunch

1:00-4:00 - Breakway (if you are only doing Breakaway, you do not need to show up until 12:00)

 

Sunday, March 17

8:00-11:00 - Breakway

11:00-12:00 Lunch

12:00-3:00 Goats

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Copper Spring Ranch, Bozeman, MT
March 16 & 17, 2013
For more information please contact Kate Sharon 406-660-1055
Clinic begins at 9 am

This camp is geared toward High School and Jr. High level competitors. It is a fun but serious atmosphere that focuses on the fundamentals and mentality necessary to be a top competitor in both goat tying and breakaway roping.

The camp is instructed by MSU Women's Rodeo Coaches
Cee Cee (Tryan) Kolkaand Kate Sharon
along with the help of some current Bobcat women rodeo standouts.

Tutition: $125 per event or $200 for both
(Both events will be covered each day)

A Registration Form and $50 Deposit must be mailed to the Rodeo Office to secure your spot by March 11, 2013 . Make checks payable to MSU Rodeo

Click here for a Registration Form

Mail deposits to: Bobcat Rodeo Office, P.O. Box 172080, Bozeman, MT 59717

For stalls, please call: Circle L Arena 406-388-3461 or Gallatin County Fairgrounds 406-582-3270

What to Bring:
*You and your horse
*Your goat string
*A Rope with a horn knot and Breakaway hondo on it OR a bunch of rubber bands
*Western Boots- Absolutely NO FAT BABIES/ THICK SOLED BOOTS in the goat tying!!!!! Also, NO RUBBER TREAD on your stirrups, both of these are extremely dangerous for goat tyers!
*Warm clothes: dress in layers, the barn is heated but it may be chilly in the mornings
*Bring some snacks.
*Bring your "happy face" and a positive/willing attitude!
*Lunch will be provided.