Cattle Fitting & Clipping Demos
Learning from the best is what Winter Fair is all about. Our Kirk Stierwalt Clinic is sold out but you can catch his demo on Ag Action stage Tuesday, March 27 & Wednesday, March 28 from 1-2 PM.
Horse Clinics & Demos
Monday, March 26 – Through the Judges Eyes with Tucker Ericson
Learn from the judges what they are looking for in the ring and launch your success to a new level. Monday, March 26 5 PM. Contact Megan Mossop for more details.
Tuesday, March 27 – Christine Little Horsemanship Clinic
Learn the basics and fundamentals that reach out across many disciplines with this year’s clinicians, Christine Little and Shane Brown.
Only 10 spots available for each clinic, print the registration forms below and return to our office. Contact Megan Mossop for more details
Clinic elements will include:
Connecting horse rider and task
Developing confidence in youth riders
Demonstration of models of horse and rider co operation through ask and support
Ground fundamentals of/and horsemanship
- Clinic Tuesday, March 27 3:30 – 4:30 PM Westoba AG Centre – REGISTRATION FORM
- Demo Tuesday, March 27 2:30 – 3 PM & Thursday, March 29 3:30 – 4 PM Royal Farm Yard AG Action Stage
Christine Little, of Brandon, MB, has been involved in AQHA her entire life; growing up on a successful AQHA breeding farm, Little Valley Quarter Horses where they have specialized in raising quality western pleasure and all-around horses. Christine has built her own successful training and coaching business, Christine Little Show Horses and has also held an AQHA Novice Judge’s card for many years.
As a coach and trainer, Christine is known for her skills in the trail pen and assisting youth, amateurs, and select amateurs reach their show goals. She has earned herself, as well as coached clients to AQHA Regional Championships, National Championships, and many affiliate year end awards. One of Christine’s proudest accomplishments to date is having had the opportunity to coach Team Canada at the AQHA Youth World Cup 2016 in Tamworth, Australia. Outside of horses Christine has a Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree in Psychology and completed her thesis on athlete motivation. She currently is the supervisor of the in house treatment program at The Addictions Foundation of Manitoba while continuing her passion training and showing horses.
Wednesday, March 28 – Brown Brothers Team Roping Clinic
- Clinic Wednesday, March 28 5 – 6 PM Westoba AG Centre – REGISTRATION FORM
- Demo – Wednesday, March 28 3:30 – 4 PM & Thursday, March 29 3 – 3:30 PM Royal Farm Yard AG Action Stage
Shane Brown lives north of Virden, Manitoba on an equine ranch with wife Robyn and their three boys, four year old Slone, two year old Brock and 1 month old Blade. The youngest of four siblings, Shane has trained horses for over 15 yrs, mainly focused on performance and rope horses. Learning from his father, Lyle Brown a career horseman, Shane was encouraged by his parents from a young age at summer rodeos and other horse events.
The Brown family helps to generate annual events including the Casey Brown Memorial Team Roping, Barrels Horns and Hocks, Virden Indoor Rodeo, Manitoba Rope Horse Futurity, Manitoba Calf Roped Unlimited Finals, as well as the Brown Brothers Team Roping School.
Shane and Robyn were both raised on equine ranches and now feel fortunate to give their children an opportunity to grow up in the lifestyle their love.