Horse Training is located in northwestern Minnesota.
About 45 miles north of Thief River Falls, Minnesota, or about 90 miles from Grand Forks, North Dakota.
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Wojos Horse Training specializes in starting the young horse.
Wojo's also does fine tuning and starting and finishing horses for team roping, heading, and heeling. They also train for team penning, sorting, cattle working, and trail.
They offer 30, 60, and 90 day regimens but are not limited to that.
Wojo's Horse Training trains gaming horses and will help you make it to the winner's circle!
Whatever your event: gaming events or cattle events, from the local shows to the world shows, Wojo's will help make it happen!
Wojo's Horse Training offers one-on-one training with their customers and can help you and your horse together, or they'll show your horse for you.
The Possiblities are Endless!
To Keith and Dana Wojciechowski , horses are not just a responsibility, but a lifestyle.
Keith and Dana grew up around horses, and together they operate Wojo's Horse Training.
Keith has been training horses since he was 15-years-old and made a business of it in 1993
Keith stays busy training horses from the ground up, both customer horses and their own.
Dana manages the accounting and advertising end, while still being a full-time mom.
Keith and Dana grew up loving and caring for horses and are providing the same opportunity for their children.
Their daughter Kally is always poking around the barn and her goal, when she grows up, is to be a barrel racing champion!
Following in the family tradition, their son Tylor works in the family business as a full time horse trainer.
In addition to operating Wojo's Horse Training, Keith, Dana, and Tylor continue to compete in events. Keith and Tylor compete in team roping and rodeos.
Tylor also competes at the PRCA level in bullriding.
Keith and Dana produce and host the annual
Tough Enough To Wear Pink Greenbush Rodeo
The Greenbush Rodeo supports and raises money for the
Think Pink Breast Cancer fund at the LifeCare Medical Center.
The Think Pink Breast Cancer Fund was established by Keith and Dana in 2008 with the purpose of supporting people in the Greenbush area facing Breast Cancer.
If you're ever in the neighborhood on Independance Day you can join us at
The Greenbush Rodeo!