(YODER, CO. - March 3, 2020) - On Wednesday, March 11, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Freeman Ranch is teaming up with Montana horseman Tristen Baroni to bring a free colt starting seminar to Colorado's eastern plains.
Freeman Ranch is located in Yoder, Colo., and produces 30 head of superior cow horses each year. Specializing in Hancock and Blue Valentine Studs, Freeman Ranch strives to produce multi-use horses with lots of great color and conformation, big strong bones and a solid disposition.
Baroni is a seasoned horse trainer with a passion for horses and teaching. He combines his passions to train and lead the horses he trains, and to educate his clients.
"The way I teach is about leadership, meaning that the leader must take credit for the bad and allow the horse the glory for the good", explains Baroni.
Not only is Baroni an accomplished horseman, but he also produces red Angus cattle. So, he appreciates the value of a great cow horse.
Freeman Ranch invests a great deal of time and resources into giving its horses a solid foundation for their clients, and transparency is very important to ranch owner Russell Freeman.
"This seminar is a way for our existing or prospective clients to come out, see our horses, meet our trainers, and get a behind the scenes look at how we train and handle our horses," said Freeman.
The seminar will take place at the Freeman Ranch, 30 miles south of Yoder, Colo., and guests will enjoy a rustic and laid back setting. Guests can come and go at their leisure.
For more information please visit freemanhorses.com or follow The Freeman Ranch est. 1899 on Facebook.