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Syracuse, NY
May 26-29, 2016
 
June 12-16, 2016
Linton, ND 
 
June 18, 2016
Linton, ND
 
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MN Horse Expo by Judy Onufer

mnhorseThe Minnesota Horse Expo 2016, Nokota® Style by Judy Onufer                 This year’s Minnesota Horse Expo, held at the State Fair Grounds in St. Paul, was an enormous success for our Nokota® horses, their human partners and for the Nokota Horse Conservancy®. The termexposition derives from the Latin, meaning to show forth. We had a grand weekend of doing justthat…giving our horses the opportunity to show their beauty, intelligence, grace, curiosity andversatility. In attendance were eleven Nokota® horses, a fantastic and impressive turnout. Along withthree breed parades and two breed demonstrations throughout the three day event, we had a steadystream of visitors to our stalls in the horse barn, and countless admirers and fans as we proudly rodeabout the fairgrounds. As our numbers grow in this region, the increased exposure is certainly creating agrowing fan base for our breed. There was a time when the curious might have commonly asked, “What breed is your horse?” This weekend, we heard more questions like, “Can I ask you a few things about your Nokota®? I would really like to learn more.” Yes!

18th NHC Annual Meeting

072611 01bJump starting the 18th Annual Meeting this year is the Nokota® Horse Experience with Clinician Jack Lieser being held from June 12-16.  To be a participant, auditor or to learn more about this life changing clinic please click here!  Following the Nokota® Horse Experience will be a Street dance on Friday, June 17th on the main street of downtown Linton - band to be announced.  The public portion of the annual meeting will be held at the Paul Silbernagel Ranch beginning at 1:00 on Saturday, June 18 - please look for signs on highway 13 about 1 1/2 miles east of Linton.  The events conclude with the Father's Day                        (artwork by Butch Thunderhawk)                                            Community Breakfast at Seeman Park on Sunday, June 19 from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m and Arts in the Park with Butch Thunderhawk.  If you need accomodations for any of these events please call Don's Motel at 701-254-5457 or contact the Cobblestone Inn 844-241-7608 or book online here!  For the informational flyer click here!

Nokota® Horse Experience - Linton, ND

nokotahorsesThis clinic is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Where else could you go to see herds of 40-60 wild horses in one pasture? Clinic participants will have the unique privilege of observing multiple bands (i.e. a stud with his mares) in their natural environment.

The clinic takes place on the lush North Dakota prairies, which are filled with rolling hills, green grass, and the beautiful Nokota® horses. The area is rich with the history of the Native Americans who lived on the land decades ago. You may even come across evidence of the Native Americans, such as Tee pee rings or a Medicine Wheel. Being there with the horses, and knowing the horses are of the same bloodlines as those who shared their lives with the Native Americans, gives you a sense we are not that far removed from the past.

To read about the Clinician for this event - Jack Lieser - click here.                                                                                                    To register as a participant or an auditor for this event click here.                                                                                                     To read about the Nokota® Young Horse Handling Clinic TX March 2016 click here.

 

First-Ever Nokota® Webinar

 
Here is a link to the recording of the webinar! (Audio only)
 
On March 17, 2016 Kelly Williams, Nokota® owner and NHC® board member interviewed Frank Kuntz, co-founder of the Nokota Horse Conservancy® and Jack Lieser, trainer of Nokota® and other horses LIVE from the Nokota® Young Horse Handling Clinic at Lieser Arena in beautiful Brenham, TX.

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