May 14, 2009 -- The colt-starting sensation Road to the Horse will be returning to its roots back in the "Boro" (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) on March 6-7, 2010. Returning champion Richard Winters and clinicians Craig Cameron and Ken McNabb will go toe-to-toe at the Tennessee Miller Coliseum for the prestigious honor of being crowned the 2010 Road to the Horse Champion.
The two-day event matches three of the country's best horse trainers and clinicians of today against one another as they train unbroken colts to ride in just a few short hours in front of a packed live audience and television cameras. Horse & Rider magazine is a proud sponsor of the event.
As a first time competitor in 2009, Winters traveled across the country from Ojai, Calif., to Franklin, Tenn., in the quest to become champion. Succeeding in his mission, Winters performed with flying colors and wowed the audience with his natural horsemanship knowledge and talent.
No newcomer to natural horsemanship or Road to the Horse, clinician Craig Cameron will also be vying for the much coveted title. The witty and entertaining Cameron, of Bluff Dale, Texas, says he is thrilled to return to Road to the Horse.
Ken McNabb, a return competitor from 2008, will bring his style of colt-starting into the Road to the Horse arena. Often likened to a modern-day Roy Rogers, McNabb carries a strong passion and commitment to improving people's lives through natural horsemanship.
Tickets will go on sale May 11, 2009, at 9 a.m. Central time and can be purchased at www.roadtothehorse.com or by calling 877-772-5425