Do you like the idea of riding on a working horse ranch in the American West, of deer walking past your cabin door, of seeing antelope and elk, of experiencing the peacefulness of ranch life and nature?
Riders eighteen years of age and older* of any experience level and background come to HorseWorks for a variety of reasons: to learn about riding and horses in a ranch context, to ride good honest horses in the wide open spaces of Wyoming, to eventually own a horse, to relive a childhood experience on a grandfather's ranch, in preparation for veterinary school, to fulfill a dream, to get over a fear, to improve horsemanship, to learn about Wyoming, to move to Wyoming, to learn to be a wrangler, to get a job recommendation... In other words, there are as many reasons to be an Intern at HorseWorks as there are riders. Learn more!
*E-mail us to discuss opportunities for riders under eighteen.
Regardless of your initial reasons for coming, get acquainted with the West, the horses, the ranch, the people and the opportunities that horses can open up for you!
2013 SESSION DATES
June – dates to be advised
July 7 – 26
May 22-25 Pat Wyse Clinic –
(Orientation May 21, 7:00 p.m.)
See Programs & Dates for more information.
We are proud to work with Real Gap to offer the USA Ranch Volunteer Programme near Cody, Wyoming. For more information on gap year adventure travel & volunteer work abroad, visit www.realgap.co.uk.
Horses & Sales
Seasoned ranch and trail horses may include breeds such as Paso Finos, Peruvian Pasos, Fiords, Appaloosas, Quarter Horses, Thoroughbreds, Morgans, Tennessee Walkers, Missouri Fox Trotters, Welch Cobbs, Belgians, Paints, Mustangs, or Percherons. Affordable delivery.
See Western HorsemanFebruary 2010 The Long Riders for the story of Nate's experience on the Mexico to Canada Trail Ride!
See Trail Rider Magazine Sept 2009 Editorial!