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Freeman Ranch to offer a hands-on learning experience with top Road to the Horse finalist Van Hargis

Updated: Sep 22, 2020



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Media Contact: Jolene Hamilton

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(Yoder, Colo. | Sept. 10, 2020) - They say if you want to learn horsemanship, go to Texas, but on September 25-27, Freeman Ranch is bringing Texas to you!

Esteemed Texas horseman Van Hargis has teamed up with Freeman Ranch in Yoder, Colo., for a two-day horsemanship clinic and audit.

Clinic participants are invited to bring their horses and have hands-on guidance from one of the industry's best.

"This is the perfect opportunity for novice and experienced riders to make necessary adjustments, hone their skills, and learn a different approach while working their horses," says Russell Freeman.

Freeman watched Hargis in action at the Road to the Horse competition in Las Vegas, where Hargis has had great success.

Impressed by his doctrine and strategy, Freeman added Hargis to the list of professional trainers that he consults with to take his cow horse prospects to the next level.

Daily and weekend auditors are welcome to watch the clinic and listen to Hargis' instruction.

The mission of Van Hargis Horsemanship is to educate, motivate, inspire, and entertain equestrians of every level through superior horsemanship and humanship.


For a rich learning experience, spots are limited, and Hargis will tailor his lessons to the audience. Overnight and weekend stall rentals are available, as well as nightly dry camping.

Fees for the clinic are as follows:

Clinic participant $350, daily auditor $25, weekend auditor $40, overnight stall rental $25, weekend stall rental $40, dry camping $10 per night.