Capture the Cowboy Spirit with Immersive Experience at Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North

Published on : Friday, August 8, 2014

Capture-the-Cowboy-300x168Scottsdale has long been known as the “West’s Most Western Town,” drawing from a deep history of cowboy culture.


Guests of Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North can now live their cowboy or cowgirl dream with an exclusive new program offered this fall in partnership with Arizona Cowboy College, and launching as part of the Extraordinary Experiences collection at Four Seasons.

The Cowboy for a Day experience begins with a boot and hat fitting, preparing for the day ahead at Arizona Cowboy College – a “no-frills” camp and working cattle ranch.


Students have the opportunity to work alongside cowboys as they learn skills essential to horse-handling, roping, round-up, doctoring and more.


Course studies are rigorous and comprehensive, covering rider and equine safety as well as the details of ranch operations at Lorill Equestrian Center before students take to horseback.

“You won’t come and ‘play cowboy,’” explains Rocco Wachman, Arizona Cowboy College senior instructor and former-New Yorker-turned-cowboy. “You learn real skills required to be a cowboy. It’s a life-changing experience.


For me, it’s the only way to live.”

After wranglers live the cowboy way, they can reward themselves for a job well-done – and postpone the realities of day-to-day life a bit longer – with well-deserved pampering at Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale, just a ten-minute drive from the Equestrian Center.


Enjoy a cowboy campfire dinner catered by Four Seasons and accompanied by a cowboy crooner to spin tales of the Old West.

To learn more about booking the exclusive Arizona Cowboy College experience, call Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale reservations at 480 513 5039.

Arizona Cowboy College is a family owned and operated business located in Scottsdale, Arizona. The first session began in 1989.


The College is run by Lori Bridwell, wife of the late Lloyd Bridwell, the world’s most recognized “Working Ranch Cowboy.”


The senior instructor is Rocco Wachman, famous for his role in Country Music Television’s Original Series Cowboy U. The College also has been featured on NBC’s Today Show, CBS Sunday Morning and ABC’s Good Morning America.

Source:- Four Seasons


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