Cow-working clinics

Position your horse on the cattle with confidence. Learn how to or advance your skills on tracking, driving and sorting cattle. (Get Flyer). Additional offerings of Cattle Play Days (May 13 & July 22) with Nate Bowers. Cattle Play Days are an opportunity to work with the cattle and play "organized" games.


Nate Bowers

2018 DATES:
Dates marked with * are Cattle Play Days.

Saturday, May 26 9:00AM-21:30PM
Saturday, June 23* 9:00AM-11:30AM
Saturday, July 7 9:00AM-12:30PM
Saturday, July 21 9:00AM-12:30PM
Saturday, August 4* 9:00AM-11:30AM

Cattle provided by Dwayne & Luke Cushman. Contact Keith Jacobson 970-391-1838 for other local Cattle clinics at Circle Star Arena - for Working Equitation and continued great exposure to the cattle.

Cattle Play Days cattle provided by Nate Bowers

*Clinic dates may change due to conflicts or weather


  • Cost for Cow Clinic is $150 & includes cattle
  • Cost for *Cattle Play Days is $70/play day & includes cattle charge. Previous cattle experience required.
  • Limited to 8 riders per clinic
  • All breeds and disciplines welcome


Two Spruce Farm


Register by contacting Jody at (720) 201-4363
or at

“Thanks so much for these pics, Jody. We really had a good time. I was very proud of Remi. I really think he worked cattle in his previous life! I appreciated your calm and gentle manner, as always.”  CC

“I just wanted to say "Thank You" so very much for such an awesome clinic!! My horse and I had a very positive experience, and honestly, I was a little nervous since he had never seen cows before. Please let Christy, Les and Keith know they all did a wonderful job! Thank you for allowing me to ride at your beautiful home.” DO

“Thanks for taking the pictures! My mom and sister can't believe that this is what I do for fun on the weekends! I had a blast as always.
I was so looking forward to my first cow clinic. It was every bit as fun as I imagined. You and Marty are such gracious hosts. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and beautiful setting with everyone.”

“Say what you mean and mean what you say.”