The Goat Tying class is designed to sharpen existing, as well as assist in learning, goat tying maneuvers. Campers will learn how to tie and dismount on the go. Campers must have their own horse and must know basic horsemanship skills.
**Please note Breakaway roping has been removed from this class - if you are interested in learning Breakaway Roping skills, please register for the Roping class.
Bring Own Horse? YES
Riding Knowledge? YES
Class Capacity: 8
Meet your Instructors:
Hi, campers! My name is Brianna Skovly and I’m excited to be your instructor! I’ve been involved with camp for two years, and I have been goat tying since I was young! I’m a student at Mitchell Technical Institute studying Agricultural Technology, in my free time I love to rodeo, restore tractors, and participate in antique tractor pulls. I cannot wait to expand my love for the Lord this year with our campers!
Hi, my name is Tessa Hertel and I am your other instructor. I am originally from Parker, SD. I am majoring in Special Education at Dakota Wesleyan in Mitchell, SD. I have grown up with and have ridden horses my whole life. I was involved in horse 4-H and Parker Saddle Club all throughout my life. I originally was a camper at RBC and this camp is where I was learned all about Goat Tying. I did 4-H rodeo (Barrels, Poles, & Goat Tying) when I was in high school and I am now currently a 4-H leader of my own horse 4-H club. Being able to be here as a camper then come back and be the Goat Tying/Breakaway instructor for my 3rd year in a row is an honor and blessing. Along with my experience with horses, I am also a Christian and love teaching others about the Lord.