Beyond Riding Horsemanship with Brian and Paula Bausch
Friday, 9am-Noon: Trick Horse Training
Learn how to teach and execute simple horse tricks through ground work by gaining control over horses body parts. Counting, Bowing, and standing on pedestal. For any level of horse and person. Ground work only; all breeds welcome. $75 per person.
Friday, 1pm – 4pm: Horsemanship for Everyone
An overview of horsemanship techniques to apply to any aspect of riding and competition. Improve timing, feel and control. All breeds and disciplines welcome. $75 per rider.
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- World Champion Horseman takes his equine companions worldwide with Beyond Riding
- Rodeo Competitions
- Equestrian demonstrations
- Seminar \ clinics.
- Starting colts
- Cowboy Church
- Trick Riding Performances
- Horse Expos
- Training videos
- Western Horse & Gun Magazine
- Seeing their two young performing horses fly off with Cavaila in 2006,
Training arabian stallions in the Middle East in 09, Brian and his wife Shared multiple World and National Champion success in 2003, 2008, 09,2010 and 2016. In 2011, Brian was the first horse act to appear on America’s Got Talent. Brian has years invested in the youth of the industry since 1997. He shares his past of bronc riding, tie-down and team roping, coaching rodeo teams in Michigan, to now at Orme School of Arizona. Performance horses is Brian’s addiction. Taking any horse and developing it’s athletic ability to go beyond the abilities of even the average rider, in 2011 & 2013 entered the prestigious Reno NV arena at the Snaffle Bit Futurity showing 3 yr olds he’s started, as well in AQHA jr. cow horse competitions.
2016 World Champion 6x World Champion
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Living in Arizona since 2005, Paula is a Rodeo Competitor with a associate’s degree in Graphic Design as well as Small Engine Mechanics. Paula, a freelance graphic design part time as well as oil point My husband, Brian and Paula train horses for a living. They specialize in starting colts, training rodeo horses and trick horses for performing in Western Shows.
When Paula was 14 she started barrel racing. Since then I have also compete in cow horse, roping, mounted shooting, trail, and even done some trick riding in shows with Brian.Paula Bausch, was a little girl competing in gymnastics at Madison Elementary School in Wisconsin, before she pommelled into the saddle of a real horse by the age of 9. Paula was on top of the care of her horses and was consistent with their training by spending all of her time at the horse boarding and training facility near her home. With Little Britches Rodeo, 4-H, and horse shows, Paula , at 16, started hauling her own horse to High School Rodeos. Competing was now in Paula’s blood. Paula rode fast and competed on up to three personal horses a day, dodging the “age of boys” and achieving the title of Rodeo Queen. Horses did more than achieve royalty for Paula, driving her through college where she earned her degree in Graphic Design. Her favorite horse in her Business namesake, Narley Art”. This gifted and highly educated woman is a Free-lance artist and designer. Paula has worked with her Husband Brian in Arizona now, for over a decade. Three years as High School Rodeo Coaches at Orme School, they spent all their time Co-Directing the large horse facility and college prep classes, giving daily seminars in the school’s professional rodeo facility. Time is never wasted, with two kids (Abram 6,Hannah 4) Paula has invested so much into others, and into seasoning several new, young rodeo prospects. NOW ! Paula Bausch is Coming Back. Events that MSA has partnered to make into THE PATRIOT, with more to shoot for than ever at the 2016 World Championships.
2003 – CMSA L2 World Champion2004 – Midwest Regionals Champion
– WI Grand Am. Champion
– CMSA L3 WI State Champion
2006 – CO Grand Am. Ladies Champion
– MSA AZ State Ladies Champion
– MSA L4 World Champion
– MSA National Ladies Pro Champion
2007 – New River Stampede Breakaway Roping Champion
– MSA CO State Open Champion
– Arizona WPRA Permit standings, third place.
2008 – Mid Mt. Regional Ladies Overall
– Colorado State Reserve Ladies Overall
– Wyoming State Overall
– MSA National Champion Ladies Overall
– MSA National Champion Ladies Pro Extreme
2009 – MSA WORLD CHAMPION LADIES OVERALL
– MSA WORLD CHAMPION LADIES PRO 20X
2010 – ACMSA 2nd Annual Ben Avery Shoot – Ladies Overall
-MSA World Champion Ladies Overall
-CMSA Texas Regional Overall Ladies Res. Champion
-CMSA World Champion Overall Ladies 4