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2022 Clinic schedule

Please find out more information on all the clinic’s by calling or emailing.  All clinic’s have required vaccinations, coggins, and health papers.  Prices do not include board for your horse.  Stalls are limited so call early.  

Horsemanship/trail riding clinic:

Date: July 23 and 24th 2022

Location: Diamond E Ranch (new location) 3745 Sales Road Belgrade, Mt

Cost: $400.00 Checks payable to Jon Ensign

Deposit: $200.00 Due ASAP to hold your spot (non-refundable) Only taking 10-12 riders

Lunch: 12 to 1pm both days

About: Start with us in our outdoor arena and then go explore outside! Having trouble with crossing water? We have you covered.  Lots of time to work on any issues with our 600 acre ranch with natural obstacles.  Cross water, encounter birds, deer, brush, cows, and maybe even see a moose. Work on all the skills it takes to go on a nice trail ride with you and your horse.  Space is limited.  Pens are available for extra cost per day. Bring your own hay and water bucket.  Coggins, health, and vaccinations records are required by a VET. Lunch is not provide.  Please call Ada Ensign for more information at 406-224-2540 or email us at ensign.jon@gmail.com

Ranch Roping clinic with cattle and hot heels

Date: August 6 and 7th 2022

Location: 3745 Sales Road Belgrade, Mt 

Place: Diamond E Ranch 

Cost: $450 Checks payable to Jon Ensign

Deposit of $250 (non-refundable) due ASAP to hold your spot and the rest being due at the time of the clinic.

Time: 9:00am to 4pm and Lunch from 12 to 1pm

About: This roping clinic is designed to refine and improve your rope skills for both horse and rider.  We will work on proper positioning of the horse for certain shots. For this class we will be using the Hot Heels and on cattle.  It is helpful to be able to handle a rope. Learn how to track, slip rope, head, and heel with different shots depending on cattle placement.  Bring your own lunch. Price does not include board for your horse. Bring your own hay

Contact: Ada Ensign 406-224-2540 or Email

 

 

More clinics to come but need to decide on dates because we are in the process of building our new facility. 

 

Colt Starting Clinic 2022

Date:  Unknown at this time

Where: Belgrade, Mt

Location: 3745 Sales Road Belgrade

Place: Diamond E Ranch and Horse Boarding

Cost: 

Deposit:

Time: 9am to 4pm and Lunch form 12 to 1pm

Limited to 10 Riders

About: This is a colt starting or restart/problems horses. This is a class for young horses that may or may not have had been handled with qualified instruction.  Instruction will be given starting with groundwork in preparation for the first ride. Halter work and saddling without stress for the horse and rider.  The four day class is intended to help the rider stay safe at the end of the 4th day being aboard the horse and beginning work in the snaffle bit.  Rider must be able to ride their own colt in this class.  Bring your own lunch. Price does not include board for your horse. Bring your own hay.

Contact: Ada Ensign 406-224-2540 or Email

Cow Working Clinic

Date: Unknow at this time

Where: Belgrade, Mt

Location: 3745 Sales Road Belgrade

Place: Diamond E Ranch 

Cost: 

Deposit:

Time: 9:00am to 4pm and Lunch from 12 to 1pm

About: The cow working clinic is for the rider that wishes to expose a green horse or an experienced horse to more cattle and different ways to work cattle.  Tracking, sorting, and some cutting are worked on with the intent of introducing or refining your work with stock and moving towards more accurate horsemanship. Bring your own lunch. Price does not include board for your horse. Bring your own hay.

Contact: Ada Ensign 406-224-2540 or Email

  • Cow working/roping clinic

Date: Unknow at this time

Where: Belgrade, Mt

Location: 3745 Sales Road

Place: Diamond E Ranch

Cost:

Deposit:

Time: 9:00am to 4pm and Lunch from 12 to 1 pm

About: The cow working part on the clinic is for the rider that wishes to expose a green or experienced horse to more cattle and to practice good horsemanship. Tracking, sorting, and some cutting are worked on with the intent of introducing or refining your work with stock and moving towards more accurate horsemanship. The roping part on the clinic will be for riders that have some experience with a rope. We will be using a break-a-way and solid ropes on the live cattle and learning how to properly track, slip rope, head, and heel with different shots depending on cattle placement. Bring your own lunch!

Contact: Ada Ensign 406-224-2540 or by Email ensign.jon@gmail.com

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