Clinton Anderson, Chris Cox, and Pat Parelli begin working the colts they picked for The Road to the Horse competition on Saturday afternoon at the Tennessee Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Photos by Kim Douglas.
Clinicians Clinton Anderson, Chris Cox, and Pat Parelli picked up where they left off at the beginning of Sunday morning's Road To The Horse colt-starting competition in the Tennessee Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Photos by Kim Douglas.
Clinton Anderson, Chris Cox and Pat Parelli work their colts during Sunday's final round of training during the Road To The Horse competition at the Tennessee Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Photos by Kim Douglas.
Guy McLean and Dan James of Australia won the 2012 Road to the Horse after an exciting international competition against Jonathan Field and Glenn Stewart, who represented Canada, and Pat Parelli and Craig Cameron, who represented the United States.
Road to the Horse takes three internationally known, elite horse trainers and clinicians who work with unbroken colts to compete against one another for the title of Road to the Horse Champion. This year's clinicians are Clinton Anderson, Chris Cox and Pat Parelli. These competitors will select a horse out of the remuda, a group of 10 horses, and begin working with the colt. The competitors are judged not only on a final test of skill, but also on how they worked with their horse.
Three of the world's top clinicians, Clinton Anderson, Van Hargis and Craig Cameron, will test their colt-starting skills in front of judges and a crowd at the two-day 2005 Road to the Horse challenge.