Trainers Directory


Below are the names of trainers that are also
current members of the RMBA


Name: Tim Unzicker
Ranch: Valley Spring Ranch, Inc.
Facility Address: 455 Bender Road Roundup, MT 59072
Phone: (406) 323-2255
Face Book: Tim Unzicker
Specializes In: Reined Cow Horse


Name: Patrick Severance
Ranch: Perfect Circle Horses
Facility Address: Gallatin River Ranch Manhattan, MT 59741
Phone: (406) 287-5125
Face Book: Patrick Severance
Specializes In: Reined Cow Horse – Our goal is to incorporate the principals of natural horsemanship with the athletic foundations of performance horse competition.  This foundation-to-performance process develops horses that are safe and solid for trail, ranch, and arena enjoyment and success.


Name: Schyler Tomlinson
Ranch: Tomlinson Horse Training
Facility Address: 3336 Spain Bridge Rd. Belgrade, MT 59714
Phone: (806) 983-6426
Website: None
Face Book: Bar 32 Livestock
Specializes In: Cutting Horses, Two Year Olds


Name: Rachel Fessenden
Ranch: Cornerstone Equine
Facility Address:
Phone: (406) 600-2937
Face Book: CornerStone Equine
Specializes In: Specializes in- Trail riding, Driving, Colt starting. At CornerStone Equine, we believe in developing your horse’s foundation to make your partner more dependable for you. From start to finish we will maintain the horse’s dignity, confidence, and trust while instilling good habits that will carry on throughout your horse’s life. In horse development you are always adjusting to fit the situation for each horse, no two are the same. Horse development is not black and white or rote memorization. Rather, a lifetime of learning, feel, timing, and patience.

About Rachel- Rachel Fessenden focuses on understanding your horse’s behavior, improving the relationship between horse and rider and developing the rider’s ability to communicate with the horse, naturally. As a horse development specialist, her emphasis is on giving your horse a strong foundation to help achieve the next level in specialization. She enjoys training horses in trail, driving, and starting a young horse under saddle. In good weather, you can find her riding in the mountains, horse camping, or packing a horse string into the backcountry.