2021 Stock Dog Clinic – Sonya Blomberg
Cowdog Clinic with Sonya Blomburg
January 13th and 14th, 2021
Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Center
This is a great opportunity to work with one of the best in the stock dog industry, Sonya Blomberg. Sonya will be presenting at the 2021 Art of the Cowgirl event.
Sign up for this clinic and bring your dog and learn from her with other women. Open to all levels and all breeds of Cattle dogs. You will only work cattle at this clinic so please no dogs under 10 month old. All phases of work will be covered at this event from starting a dog, sending, balancing, driving, and much more. Sonya will give individualized instruction to each participant to make sure you get the teaching to the skills you would like to learn or improve upon.
There is the option to bring your own horse and do mounted work with your dog. If you have questions about this option, please contact Sonya at firstname.lastname@example.org or 661-549-6243
On Saturday January 16th during the main Art of the Cowgirl event Sonya will be putting on a Ranch Dog Rodear Trial. This trial is open to all levels and will be horseback. If you are interested in participating in this trial contact Sonya- it would be a great experience after the two day clinic!
Clinic limited to 10 people.
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About Sonya Blomberg
Sonya Blomberg is no stranger to good performance horses and great working cow dogs. Growing up in California’s Salinas Valley, Sonya has deep roots in the ranching industry.
She and her husband, Terry, managed the horse division at the historic Tejon Ranch in Lebec, Calif., for more than 12 years. During this time, they bred, raised and have shown some of the best reined cow horses, cutters and reiners — all while raising two kids: Will, 32, and Tawnee 27.
Sonya and Terry now reside in Long Branch, Texas, where they run Sim Angus and Beefmaster cattle, and breed and train cattle dogs, predominantly Border Collies, for themselves and others.
Sonya has always been handy and had a passion for good working dogs. She’s been working on her own bloodline of dogs with just the right amount of eye appeal, grit, speed and the ability to be in the right place at the right time.
Although it may be unlikely to have a dog in the right place every time, Sonya’s are sure the ones you’d want around in tough situations, and they usually get the job done no matter how trying the situation.