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Dry Creek Training
Training, Lessons, Clinics, Sales
Mountainburg, AR
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The Dry Creek BrandThe Dry Creek Brand  A horse with this brand speaks for itself.  Our horses must earn the right to carry this brand. 

Over 80 years horse training experience in both English and Western disciplines, from show to rodeo!

Bob Redo  Bob was raised near Chick's Riding Stable in Long Island, New York. The owner, Chick, bought horses through Milton Potter and Ned Smith. Most of these horses came from out west by rail, particularly from the sale barn in Fort Smith, Arkansas and were then shipped by rail to the east. The boys who worked at the stable were in charge of determining which horses were broke to ride as they disembarked from freight trucks that hauled these horses from the rail yard to the stable. The horses that were broke to ride became hack horses. Chick's stabled over 200 horses during the height of the livery stable era.

When Bob left Chick's he started breaking and training at his own barn. He bought and sold western pleasure and calf roping horses. With wins too numerous to mention, his favorites were the Florida Gold Coast and the Quarter Horse Congress in Western Pleasure.

Bob is truly a walking encyclopedia in the world of horse training, but prefers to now spend his time in his saddle shop creating custom works of art for gunslingers.


 


Kim Redo riding 2X National Champion; 2X Grand
American Champion Buckskin Paint.

Kim Redo  Kim has trained and competed in nearly every equine discipline and breed. Raised riding English, Western and bareback she has lived and trained from Connecticut to Florida to Wyoming to Arkansas and Texas. Her success can be measured by the number of repeat clients and their numerous accomplishments.

See Kim reenact the True Grit shootout between Rooster Cogburn and Ned Pepper's gang on the Smithsonian Chanel.

Kim on KNWA TV

She is also an accomplished author of over 100 publications concerning horse training and related topics. Her portfolio includes pieces written for Mounted Shooters World, Western Shooting Horse, The Arklahoma Horse News, Horsemen's Roundup, Midwest Ropers News, ProRodeo Sports News, The Southwestern Horseman, Western Horseman, Ropers News, and Team Penning USA.
 

Deb and Bobbin

Community Service:
Bob & Kim served on the Crawford County Fair Equine Association (founding members) as Board member and President, respectively. They served nearly 12 years as Crawford County 4H Horse Talk club leaders.  They also continue to serve the community by participating in mounted shooting demonstrations designed to raise funds for various organizations including: the University of Arkansas Horse Festival and Horse Camp, Cowboys for Christ, churches, community food groups, volunteer fire departments and more.
Founding partner of  Frilly Fillies a calendar project designed with mounted shooting ladies and their friends.  All proceeds donated to this project go to injured cowboy mounted shooters when in need.

Debbie Ciferni and "Checotah" (above) recently
won the Oklahoma State Championship Senior Ladies 1

 

 

Lou and Q.T.
Lou Ciferni & Cheyenne

Affiliations: (past & present)
Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association Mounted Shooters of America
Open Range Regulators (founding member) Crawford County Fair Equine Association (founding member)
American Paint Horse Association
American Quarter Horse Association
United States Team Roping Championships Boston Mountain Gunslingers (founding member)
Crawford County 4H Horse Talk Main Leader Westark Horse Show Association
Palomino Horse Breeders Association
Clark County Barrel Racers' Association Southern States Horsemen's Association (founding member)
 

Personal Achievements include:
 

2014  MSA Central US Championship Ladies Platinum Pro Champion

2014 MSA Texas State Champion Ladies Platinum Pro

2014 MSA World Champion Ladies Platinum Pro & 4th Place Qualifier winner

2013 CMSA Western South Central Regional SL5 Champion

2013 CMSA MidCentral Regional Overall Senior Champion & SL5Champion

2013 NRS Shootout SL5 & Sr.Overall Ladies Champion

2013 Border Wars SL5 winner and 3rd Stage Senior Ladies Handicap winner of Twisted X Boots
2013 Arkansas State SL5 Champion
2013 West South Central Regional SL5 Champion
2013 Mid Central Regional Senior Ladies Overall and SL5 Champion
2013 SL5 Jeffers Nationals CMSA Champion & Senior Ladies Overall Champion
2013 Texas State Reserve Ladies Champion, SL4 Winner
2012 CMSA Senior Ladies 4 World Champion
2012 NRS Shoot Out Sr. Ladies 4 Champion & Sr. Ladies Shootout Champion (saddle win)
2012 Burnt District Overall Ladies Champion
2012 Shootin' in Razorback Country #1 & #2 Overall Ladies Champion & Overall Champion
2012 Texas State Sr. Ladies 4 Champion
2011 Crawford County Fair (Arkansas) Reserve Champion Aged Mare; Adult High Point (shown in halter, trail, Western Horsemanship, English Equitation, English Hunter/Hack, Barrels, Poles, Flags)
2011 Texas State Finals Sr. Ladies 5 Champion (June 5)
2011 Arkansas CMSA State Finals Reserve Overall Ladies Champion and SrL5 winner (May 8)
2011 TX-AR Border Feud, CMSA Reserve Overall Ladies Champion, Sr. L5 winner (Jan. 16)
2011 8th Annual Breast Cancer Benefit CMSA Overall Ladies, Sr. L5 winner (January 15)
2010 MSA Sr. Ladies World Champion - World Finals Saddle winner
2010 Arkansas Overall High Point Ladies Shooter CMSA
 

Continuing Education:
The Redo team history includes training and competing in the following disciplines: halter, showmanship, western pleasure & horsemanship, English Pleasure & equitation, reining, working cow horse, ranch work, team roping, calf roping, dressage, eventing, stadium jumping, trail riding, overall training, speed events including barrels and poles, cowboy mounted shooting. 

Horsemanship is a simple word for the continuing education and personal evolution of the rider. This complex process requires both hundreds of hours spent in the saddle and studying the horse. Under the watchful eyes of many great horsemen I continue my quest toward becoming a horseman. It is to these horsemen that I will be forever grateful. Every success my horses earn is due to them. They truly are the ones who deserve the credit. Thank you and those masters whose paths I someday hope to cross…past, present and future.Kim Redo

Thanks to all my instructors

  • Bob Redo: retired trainer of roping, western pleasure and problem horses
  • Bobby Hurley: 2X PRCA World Champion Team Roper, 18X NFR qualifier (www.hurleyranch.com)
  • Mike Beers: PRCA World Champion Team Roper, X NFR Qualifier (www.mikebeers.com)
  • Clay Hurst: PRCA & ARA Team Roper
  • Rick Shockley, Team Roper
  • David O'Connor: 2000 Olympics Gold Medalist-Eventing; currently coaching the Canadian Equestrian Team
  • Karen O'Connor: 2008 Olympic contender ( www.oconnoreventteam.com )
  • Sally O'Connor: USDF & USEA internationally acclaimed Instructor, trainer, judge
  • Regis Webb: Holly Hill Farms Cross Country Eventing coach ( www.hollyhillfarm.net)
  • Carolyn Sibley: Holly Hill Farms Stadium Jumping coach
  • Ralph Redo: retired NRHA trainer
  • Roy & Theresa Cox, Champion Cowboy Mounted Shooters & trainers (www.coxperformancehorses.com)

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Bob & Kim Redo
14200 Old Turner Road
Mountainburg, AR 72946
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