MEET THE TRAINERS

Phil Webb Clinic Snake Creek Cattle Comp

PHIL WEBB

For over 40 years, Phil Webb has been involved in the Quarter Horse industry. His horsemanship abilities are amongst the top in Australia, improving the most green rider to the most experienced showman with their horsemanship and cattle handling.

 

Phil has trained, shown and judged in various disciplines, as well as showing horses in Europe and the USA. He has been a part of the NCHA Board since 1976 and is the current Vice President and Chairman of Rules. As one of Australia’s leading judges, Phil has been involved in judging the NCHA Futurity for the past 6 years.

 

Phil runs clinics all over Australia for horsemanship, cutting, working cow horse, challenge, and camp drafting.

Jay Charnock Clinics Snake Creek Cattle

JAY CHARNOCK

Jay Charnock has been riding for most of his life, competing in a range of different equestrian disciplines, from English / European, to Western, to Australian sports like Polocrosse and most important of all – Campdrafting.

He has spent a lot of time living and training with some of the top trainers here and internationally, and continues to spend time as often as he can to continue improving his horsemanship, and the art of training cow horses.

Jay is very passionate about Horsemanship and Campdrafting as a sport and enjoys helping people participate in the sport in a correct, safe way, with the fun and adrenaline that it brings. Training his horses from the very start of their career, it gives him great appreciation as to what goes into making a great Campdraft/ Challenge/Show and work horse.

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scott campbell

Scott has been training horses for 25 years and has the privilege of training and showing some of our sports greats including Turpentine Acres, Dulces Tiny Dancer and Sorta Smooth. He has also trained many super Non Pro Horses and continues to have a select Non Pro Team he keeps tuned.

 

He usually starts with some basic fundamentals on getting a handle on your horse and using your feet correctly. 

In his clinic weekend you will learn a lot about how to use a mechanical cow to your best advantage and working cattle in a correct and controlled environment.