Equine Boosters of
Montana State University 
Call Us at (406) 587-3153

Providing Support for the Animal Science-Equine Science Program at Montana State University

Welcome to the Equine Boosters of MSU!


   

 Mission Statement

The purpose of this organization is to serve as a network that supports the needs of the equine education program at Montana State University.

Equine Boosters of MSU are organized exclusively for charitable, educational and scientific purposes to serve the interests of the equine science educational programs at Montana State University through support of Equine classes, Equine facilities, and public awareness of equine educational opportunities at Montana State University by:

A. Promoting the donation of horses to the horse training classes at MSU

B. Raising funds to help enhance a stronger and well developed equine educational program

C. Foster public understanding of the equine educational program at MSU

D. Support the development of equine facilities as necessary.

SEE SOME OF OUR COMPLETED PROJECTS HERE


UPCOMING EVENTS

 

Equine Boosters of MSU

8th Annual

"Top of the West Horse Sale"

Saturday, April 5, 2014 (Rain or Shine)
Sale location: Copper Spring Ranch, Bozeman, MT
Sale time: 1 pm
Preview of Sale Horses: Saturday, April 5th, 2014 beginning 9:00 AM at Copper Spring Ranch

Most of the horses may be seen in action during the University Horse Challenge hosted by Copper Spring Ranch on Friday, April 4th from 9:00 AM to noon, and continuing 1:00 to 3:00 PM. The student trainers from Montana State University, the University of Montana-Western, and Miles Community College will compete in several challenges.

Sale Catalog can be viewed or downloaded here:  http://animalrange.montana.edu/conferences.htm

 

 

THE 2014 COLTS ARE HERE!

See the MSU Colt Starting Class Facebook Page!  https://www.facebook.com/pages/MSU-Colt-Starting-Class/511374138948696 

MSU proudly introduces Reata Brannaman as our instructor.  This class follows the teachings of Buck Brannaman, Ray Hunt and Tom Dorrance.

 

Reata has required students to regularly post photos and updates on the colts on their class facebook page.