Event Details

The Mission Accomplished

Thursday & Friday Night, November 12th & 13th from 7-9:30pm


Come and join us November 12-13-14, 2020 at the Holmes County Fairground & Harvest Ridge in Millersburg Ohio

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Our 2nd Annual Horseman’s Mission will feature THREE full days of horsemanship Clinics, Colt Starting, Performance of talented and trained horses!
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Adults: $15 per day or $35 for a three day pass.
Children 12 and under: Free.
Thursday & Friday Night Performance: $20 (advance tickets only), children 4 and under free.
To purchase your tickets call 234.301.7627

Event Hours

Gates open at 7:30am
Thursday: 9am – 9:30pm
Friday: 9am – 9:30pm
Saturday: 9am – 5pm

Click here for schedule of events

For Select Horse Sale information contact Ray Raber (330.275.2877) or Maynard Miller (330.275.4015)


Comfort Suites Hotel Berlin
4810 Township RD 366, Millersburg
Ask for special rate mention Horseman’s Mission

Comfort Inn
1102 Glen Dr, Millersburg
Ask for special rate mention Horseman’s Mission

Guggisburg Swiss Inn (Charm)

Sleep Inn & Suites Mt Hope
8050 State Route 241, Millersburg

Holiday Inn Express & Suites
1005 South Washington Street
Ask about special pricing for The Horseman’s Mission

Creekside Cottage
5820 State Route 241
Millersburg, OH 44654

Camping available at fairgrounds $40.00/night full hookup.
To reserve a site call Daniel Erb at 1.330.201.8675

Online Bidding

Can’t make it to the sale? Click Here for info about online bidding


Event Coordinators
Ray Raber — 330.275.2877

General Information
Maynard Miller — 330.275.4015

Vendor Information
Brenton Schlabach — 330.231.7426

Stall & Barn
Daniel Erb — 330.201.8675

Secretary & Treasurer
Eli Miller — 330.600.2115

Schedule of Events


9:00 (Mission Arena): Introduction
9:15 (Mission Arena): Ken McNabb – Working with problem and behavior horses
9:15-11:00 (Horseman’s Arena): Stacy Westfall – Teaching Western Dressage
*To ride in her clinic call Ray Raber
10:00 (Mission Arena): Jake Luhndal – Preparing for the lead change
12:00 (Mission Arena): Drawing for Colts
12:30-5:30 (Mission Arena) Round 1 of colt starting completion
5:30: Clear Building
6:15: Doors reopen for Advanced Tickets Only
7:00-9:30: The Mission Accomplished (performance). Come see horses and
riders working in harmony


9:00 (Mission arena): Ken NcNabb – Working with Problem Horses
9:00-11:00 (Horseman’s Arena): Jesse & Stacy Westfall – Teaching Western Dressage and Reining
10:00 (Mission Arena): Chad Wenger – (C & C Horsemanship) – Monroe Miller (Hidden View Ranch) -Life Beyond the Round Pen
11:00 (Mission Arena): Tomas Garcilazo – Trick Roping Demonstration
12:00-4:00 (Horseman’s Arena): Soft Preview of Sale Horses
12:00 (Mission Arena): BJ Grimmet sharing a message from God’s word
12:30-5:30 (Mission Arena): Round 2 of Colt Starting Competition
5:30: Clear Building
6:15: Doors reopen for Advanced Tickets Only
7:00-9:30: The Mission Accomplished (performance). Come see horses and
riders working in harmony


9:00-12:45 (Mission Arena): Round 3 of Colt Starting Competition
10:00-12:00 (Horseman’s Arena): Preview of all Sale Horses
1:00: Announcing the winner and rewards
2:00: Horse Sale


10:00: Cowboy Church Services by Pastor Mark Mullins and BJ Grimmett. Everyone welcome!

Competitions, Clinics & Performances


Terry Myers, Ride- N – Sync
Ostrander, OH.
Training, clinics, lessons

BJ Grimmett
Circle G Ministry, Union, WV.
Host of training clinics, director of Circle G ministry

Matt Oswald
Fresno, OH
Competitor and judge of extreme cowboy races

Jesse Westfall
Westfall Horsemanship
Perrysburg, OH

Jonas Miller
Millersburg, OH

Featured Clinicians

Ken McNabb

Ken McNabb Horsemanship
Lovell, WY
Discovering the horseman within
Clinician, Mission Host moderator and

Sponsored by Weaver Leather

Tomas Garcilazo

The Charro on the Road

Jesse Westfall

Westfall Horsemanship
Perrysburg, OH

Stacy Westfal

Westfall Horsemanship
Perrysburg, OH

Jake Lundahl

Lundahl Performance Horses
Newbury, OH

Chad Wenger

C and C Horsemanship
Kidron, OH

Monroe Miller

Hidden View Ranch
Fresno, OH

This event is
being announced
by Pro Rodeo
Joe Coalter
Lodi, OH

Colt Starting Competition

3 Colts • 3 Trainers • 3 Days
Each trainer has 11/2 hours per day.
Judged on horsemanship and finished performance.
1st place wins a saddle by JR Custom Saddlery

Michael Mast
Dundee, OH

My wife, Emily, and I live near Dundee, Ohio. As far as a job goes, I am fortunate and grateful to work in the family business. In whatever time we have left, we enjoy living outdoors, riding horses, and the ag lifestyle. We’ve got about 2 acres here at the house and barn, but are fortunate to be able to rent some pasture up the road from us. There we run a few cows and raise some beef. I got involved with horses through my Grandpa. He worked with a lot of problem horses, and tried to see things from the horses’ unique perspective. I enjoy the challenge in working different horses that are all unique in their own way. We don’t live on a large cattle ranch by any means, but working cows on horses is something we are always eager to do. It gives purpose and meaning to any training we do in the arena, and going up against a hard nosed cow every now and then is always good for both man and beast! Haha… HAPPY TRAILS!

Casey Jedrzejewski
Circle J Stables
Bugettstown, PA

Casey and her sister Celene own and operate Circle J Stables; a lesson, training and boarding facility in Burgettstown, PA. Casey received her Ken McNabb Master Certified Trainers Certification in 2016 and has worked with other trainers such as Josh Lyons, Micheal Lyons, Craig Johnson, and iSlide Performance Horses.

With every horse Casey works with she strives to train the horse to its fullest potential. She trains anything from colts to finished horses. In addition, Casey loves to work with her lesson students to help them reach their goals in riding/showing. In her spare time she enjoys competing in reining, ranch horse and barrel racing shows. Casey would like to thank her family for all the support they give her and also Mrs. Lin Scheiber for always encouraging her to pursue her dreams.

Joseph Miller
Valley Ranch
Baltic, OH

I consider myself horseman in progress, starting on a bareback pony in (approx.) 2002 that Grandpa bought out of Mt. Hope @ the regular monthly sale.

I live in Fresno, OH with my wife, Mary Esther, and our 3 children. We are just getting started in raising quarter horses. I love to see a rough rebellious horse transform into a reliable partner that is trustworthy. I’m not a professional, but truly believe that God has no need for us humans to beat an animal into a productive tool/machine, just because we’re upset or ignorant of a better way to connect to an animal. Sharing with each other from different experiences is one of the best ways I know of that will help and teach our family, neighbors, and friends of a better way.

To God be the glory the Glory, Honor, and Thankfulness in everything; Amen.

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