For some it is the dream of living life where the western mountains meet the endless sky and vast spaces are a just a part of the lifestyle.

For you it might be about being part of an American legend, becoming the best cowboy you can be, or you may want to fully explore the horse/human connection. Whatever your inspiration, at Cowboy School you will be schooled in the wisdom and skills of the west--the west of your dreams!


Bob King
photo credit: Avalon Photography. Jolene Bertrand www.avalonequinephotos.com


 


Bob working a young mare to where you can catch her so we could trailer load her and get her started.
 Local ranch in
Arizona.



Cook House on the historical TA Ranch, Buffalo, Wyoming

We are extremely pleased, no we are very excited, about our new location for summer of 2011.   As of the end of May 2011 Bob will be teaching Cowboy School at the TA Ranch, which is located just 13 miles south of Buffalo, Wyoming, and it is a wonderful location for us and for our students.  In the 1890s the ranch itself was the location of the infamous Johnson County War, in which the ranchers and their hired guns were attacked by the rustlers. Quite a gun fight ensued. Sounds like a TV Western, doesn't it?  (The bullet holes were preserved during the extensive restoration) The rooms are lovely and comfortable, with each building decorated in the style at the time it was constructed.  The food is also outstanding, and we are pleased to offer our students this new, excellent facility. 

The school will continue to offer one-of-a-kind instruction that is perfect if you want to make riding and roping your job or if you would just enjoy a cowboy vacation while learning more about riding, roping and working cattle on a working cattle ranch that offers the high, Wyoming plains at the foot of the Big Horn Mountains. 

Please look up the ranch at www.taranch.com

Conveniently located in northern Wyoming, near the Montana border, The TA Guest Ranch is the number one destination spot for a Wyoming Vacation. Experience the history of the Old West in the restored 8000-acre spread historic landmark and original buildings from the 1800's of The TA Guest Ranch. click here to find out more about Cowboy School and The TA Guest Ranch....

 


helping prepare Dan's colt to be ridden.

From horsemanship to cattle work, ranch roping, range management, and more, you will learn by doing, hands on, right away.

 


Bob working with Sally, with her feel through the reins.

In a technology driven society, ranching still requires expert cowboys that ride, rope and handle cattle horseback.

 


Bob working
photo credit: Avalon Photography. Jolene Bertrand


Fall work processing and calves. 
Kathy, Lynn, Terry, Kip, & Matt.


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Live the spirit of the west!

You can do it, even if you’re new to it.

Bob is one of the best instructors you

will find to help you fulfill your dream.

 


Bob and Amigo
photo credit: Avalon Photography. Jolene Bertrand

After a week at Cowboy School your horse and cattle will be glad you came.

 


Flagging Tom on Dandy.



Tom from South Africa, working on bending and feeling the horse's feet 

This could be you. Are you ready to:
Enjoy a more rewarding time horseback,
Become part of the crew,
Build your confidence,
Have fun,  RIDE!


Sarah riding ole Buck. Buck was a horse we used in the school for many years. What a great horse.


At the horsemanship clinic in Iowa. This horse was having a little trouble getting untracked.


Andy, Elsie and Old Blue on the TA Ranch in Sept.2011

 

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Cowboy School
520-686-3776
cowboyschool@ranch-roper.com

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