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Clinic Changes at Great Basin Buckaroo Gathering

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Due to an unfortunate accident, Scott Grosskopf will be unable to conduct the clinic this year at the Great Basin Buckaroo Gathering.

Scott will be ok and our prayers are with him. Joe Wolter and Dwight Hill will be stepping in to handle the clinic. The ranch roping clinic will be covering different ranch roping shots and how to set your horse/teammates up for the various traditional shots. This will be a rare opportunity to see some of the areas best traditional ropers share some of the tips they have learned after working on various large ranches and traveling the world conducting ranch roping clinics. There are still a few spots open in the clinic. Contact Trevor at 801-643-3820 or classichorsemanship@gmail.com.

Joe Wolter as spent time on several ranches including the Soldier Meadows ranch under Ray Hunt. He has conducted ranch roping clinics with Scott Grosskopf, Martin Black, and the late Bill Dorrance. Joe is an accomplished horseman and once worked starting horses for the historic 6666 ranch in Texas. Joe won the inaugural Ranch Horse Versatility Show at Forth Worth in 2002, and has been a finalist in many NCHA events.

Dwight Hill has worked on many historic ranches in Nevada, Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming. He currently trains horses at his home in Rexburg, Idaho and . His favorite quote about horses is “life is to short to ride an ugly horse.” He produces some of the areas most respected ranch horses each year from his over sixty head of mares.

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