The MCH Presents Open House Ceremony

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The Montana Center for Horsemanship will be hosting an Open House on October 5th, 2017.

The Open House is a celebration for the completion of Phase I along with the launch of their Phase II.

Doors will open at 4:30pm on Thursday! Student guided tours of the Montana Center for Horsemanship will be available from 4:30pm till 5:30pm.

Starting at 5:30pm, introductions will be given by the University of Montana Western Chancellor, Beth Weatherby. Following remarks will be given by our honorable guests, Clayton Christian (the Commissioner of Higher Education of the Montana University System), Mike Cooney (the Lieutenant Governor of the State of Montana), William Kriegel (Montana Center for Horsemanship Board Member & Owner of LaCense Montana), and Tess Turk (Montana Western Natural Horsemanship Senior).

The completion of Phase I provides an incredible, state of the art facility for the community of Dillon and surrounding regions.

The Montana Center for Horsemanship is the first and only, not for profit equine organization to focus exclusively on Natural Horsemanship theory and technique. Natural horsemanship is a philosophy that’s based on understanding horse behavior, and bridging the gap between natural and conventional training.

The MCH is also the home of the Natural Horsemanship degree from the University of Montana Western. Montana Western offers the nation's only Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Horsemanship. Students in the Natural Horsemanship degree at Montana Western are provided with an education in equine theory, equine science, and four years of practical skills courses in Natural Horsemanship.

For additional information and updates regarding the Montana Center for Horsemanship visit their Facebook page,   www.facebook.com/MontanaCenterforHorsemanship

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