Exciting New Location for 2010 Montana Workshops

Exciting New Location for 2010 Montana Workshops

 For the last year or so Cathi and I have been quietly focused on acquiring a larger and improved property  at which to live and conduct our workshops.

Misty, Duchess, Kate and Ann on pasture

Since May 1, 2010, a ranch near Eureka, Montana has been the new home of Cathi Greatorex and Doc Hammill, and the home of their Montana Workhorse Workshops

Doc and students in a recent Montana Workhorse Workshop

    Some of the features that have excited  us most about this new location are:  700 acres of Montana mountain ranchland made up of hay meadows, agricultural land, and forests-with trails for driving horses throughout; timbered and open pastures for our horses, a huge barn, a longer growing season and longer workshop season, a six-acre commercial organic farm-10 Lakes Organic Farm-in operation on site, easy year-round access, and a nearby Amish community. 

Several 2010 students in one of the outdoor classrooms!

The ranch sits near the base of the Whitefish Mountain Range-with peaks of 7200′ elevation-just west of Glacier National Park. Therriault Creek Ranch is surrounded by national forest lands, has abundant wildlife, a trout stream, and magnificent views.  Doc and Cathi know they are blessed to be stewards of such an amazing place and are anxious to share it with family, friends, and Workhorse Workshop students.

We are very excited to have found and leased an amazing ranch that exceeds anything we imagined.