Cameron Demonstrates True Horsemanship

Horse Whisperer Craig Cameron will present a morning session from 11:00 a.m. until noon and an afternoon session from 2:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m.

Published on: Aug 15, 2006

Webster's dictionary terms a horseman as "a rider of horses, especially one whose skill is exceptional." Craig Cameron fits that definition to perfection. Not only is Cameron an extraordinary horseman, he is a skilled instructor and presenter. His no nonsense, knowledgeable approach combined with his entertaining style, makes for an entertaining and educational clinic that proves applicable for audiences of all ages and abilities.

The Farm Progress Show is pleased to have Cameron present a morning session from 11:00 a.m. until noon and an afternoon session from 2:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m.  Focus of both sessions will be colt-starting. The opening program each day will begin with an animal that has been handled but not ridden. Cameron will use his quiet methods to work with the animal, listening, watching and communicating with such ease and confidence that a novice might miss the subtle signals that are occurring.   

Force is a tool not found in Cameron's horse training arsenal. After 23 years of perfecting his style of horsemanship, trust and tolerance are the foundation blocks of his technique. Rather than fight the animal, he offers patience and understanding that leaves the horse wanting to do what is asked of him. 

A regular at the Farm Progress Show, Cameron continues to provide the audience with practical information that horse owners can use when working with their animals at home. But just in case you forget before you have a chance to try out his techniques, Cameron will have videos as well as some of his training tools for sale at the show. 

Cameron's programs will be located in the northeast corner of the show grounds between First and Second Streets.

For more information

Cameron is headquartered out of his unique Double Horn Ranch in Bluff Dale, Texas, and in Lincoln, N. M. An adored clinician, Cameron spends more than 44 weeks a year on the road, covering an average of 80,000 miles. Aside from clinics like the one at the Farm Progress Show, his topics range from basic to advanced horsemanship, colt starting, ranch and cattle work, problem solving, reining and trail obstacles. He plans to incorporate horse camping and back-country riding techniques into his lesson plans this year. For more information on Craig Cameron, visit his Web site at www.CraigCameron.com

Morton Buildings, the proud sponsor of Craig Cameron at this year's Farm Progress Show, will have representatives available during Cameron's programs. Be sure to visit Morton Buildings during your trip to the Farm Progress Show or anytime at www.MortonBuildings.com for more information on their variety of products.