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The sculpture in the picture by Tobin Capp, owner of Bear Tracks Bronze, (sorry, it’s a bit cut off ) was commissioned by the Montana Livestock Ag Credit to commemorate their donation to the new College of Ag BioScience Building at MT State University.

Tim Gill, Montana Livestock Ag Credit President; Bob Burkhart, foundry owner; and Tobin Capp, sculptor.

The dedication was held on a beautiful Saturday morning, followed by tours of the new buliding, a chili feed, and a victorious Bobcat football game.

The dedication was packed with donors, MSU Alumni, and faculty and was capped off by a presentation of colors horseback by Miss Rodeo MT, Jourdon Han and rodeo team members along with the MSU marching band and Champ, the Bobcat mascot.

The Capp Family - Bear Tracks Bronze

The sculpture is inscribed with “Riding for Excellence in Ag Education – Montana Livestock Ag Credit, Inc”

Special thanks to Sarah Capp for sending the Western Art Rodeo Association this story.

The photo to the right features the Capp family,Tobin, Sarah, and Thea Capp.

The photographer’s name is Tim Brewster of Lewistown, Montana.

Sarah Capp is working to help the WARA promote all western artists, we thank her for her support and efforts.

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