While at AgGrow this year, Be sure to take in the...
CENTRAL HIGHLANDS COLT STARTING CHALLENGE…
Featuring at Ag-Grow for 6 years, this remarkable event demonstrates horse whispering at its best. Three unridden colts are matched with three Understudy’s and their Mentors who progressively encourage trust and bond with the Colt until it can finally be ridden and perform tasks traditionally reserved for a much longer “break in” period.
In two days these horses go from wild to mild in a demonstration that is nothing short of REMARKABLE.
This is a great attraction that keeps building in popularity every year.
NEW IN 2017 – Over 2 Days:
- 3 Understudy’s
- 3 Mentors
- 3 Different Techniques
- 3 Round Pens
- 6 Untouched Colts
Three horses that have never been ridden…
3 Understudy’s being Mentored by some of the top Australian Horseman and Woman who all have National & International Horse Training experience.
…A MUST SEE AT THIS YEARS AGGROW EMERALD FIELD DAYS…Colt Starting Brochure
Ron grew up in Springsure, where he was involved in Pony Club. He then completed a two year course at the Emerald Agricultural College, from college he headed north. First Ron worked at Mt Hope with Allan Wallace, then to Moray with Robert Durkin and Laurie Heading, where he got involved in Campdrafting.Profile
Central Highlands Colt Starting Challenge is ecstatic to have the 2014 Champion of the Colt Starting Challenge, Scott Keogh returns to impart his professional commentary to this event. Scott Keogh is a horse breaker and trainer operating his business SK Horsemanship, located in Clifton, South East Queensland.Profile
Cameron growing up in Gayndah QLD, and then moving to a cattle property that his family purchased at Bauhinia Downs, QLD, at the age of 7, Cameron found he had a niche with horses and cattle. This life experience continued through to when he moved to Clermont with his family as a teenager, then as he worked as a ringer on local cattle stationsProfile