Brad (left) discusses choosing a cinch. Bud (right) teaches you how to stop a spin on target. Jennifer Paulson

This week on Horse&Rider OnDemand:

When you’re shopping for tack, choosing a cinch is an important decision. Brad Barkemeyer shares the attributes of different cinches and help you make the right selection for your horse and your riding goals. If you can start a spin and stop a spin on target, you can earn yourself some credit on the judge’s card. Bud Lyon explains his techniques for nailing this maneuver.

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