Least Resistance Training Concepts'
Official Information Site

Last Revised 10-21-06

This year's Workshop will be held in
Wild Horse U. format
and will include sessions for
adopters and their animals

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Five days of hands-on wild horse & burro training
The Workshop has Now Concluded
Please check out the workshop Photo Album

Oct. 18 - 22, 2006
RV Setup, Registration, Livestock Arrival: Oct. 17
Workshop Activities: Oct. 18 - 22
Public Adoption and Demos: Oct. 21
Special Activities for New Adopters: Oct. 22

Camelot Arena
Blackhawk Rd.
(1 blocks south of US-50)
Stagecoach, NV 89429


Wild Horse Workshops and Wild Horse U. are educational projects involving LRTC and BLM. They involve several days of actual wild horse gentling and training activities and wild horse adoptions. Interested parties can register to participate "hands on" in the pens or they can simply come and spectate for free from the stands. Participants can adopt horses at the workshop.

A wild one in the "human round pen"

The first Wild Horse Workshop was held in 1998. The original clinicians included 1SG Mark Atwood (Director, Cmdg. General's Mounted Color Guard, Ft. Riley) and trainers Frank Bell, Dennis Bright, John Sharp and Lesley Neuman.

Cher Eastep of Colorado and Robert Denlinger of Kentucky joined the teaching team in 1999 and we added demonstrations on clicker training. Hue Simpson of California presented her "Focus Training" techniques which are based in part on TTeam.

Since then we have enjoyed the participation of Rick and Kitty Laumann, Jim Rea, Steve Rother, Mike Horrigan, Donna West, Chris Erlon and Diane Delano.


This fall's event is being held at Camelot Arena in Stagecoach, NV... in the middle of wild horse country. In fact it's not unusual to spot wild bands from the arena property. (Observe local speed limits!)

New Arrivals off the Transport ('98)
Frank Bell and a wild one ('99)
First ride on a wild horse ('01)
Clinicians signed up for the 2006 fall program include Marialaina Batoog, Cher Eastep, Willis & Sharon Lamm, Rob Pliskin, Jim Rea, Betty Retzer, Hue Simpson and Tony Sumner.

for the Registration Page

The infamous "stud colt" poker game ('01)
"First contact" using a bamboo pole
Schedule of Activities

Wild Horses of Stagecoach

Albums of Previous Workshops

Volunteering at the Workshop

Gene Glasscock's Birthday Bash!

Adoption Information and Horse / Burro Catalog

"Ordinary people getting extraordinary results with wild horses and burros"
All training photos on this page are of BLM animals that were untouched at the start of the workshop.

Wild Horse Workshop Objectives

Meet the Clinicians and Staff

Directions to the Workshop

Download the Workshop Flyer (PDF, 702k)

The names "Wild Horse Mentors" and "Wild Horse Workshop" are trademarks of
Least Resistance Training Concepts, Inc., a non-profit corporation.

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