Horse&Rider OnDemand+ Launches New Yearling Training Video Series with Multiple World Champion Anthony Leier

Horse&Rider OnDemand+ is launching a new yearling training series featuring All American Quarter Horse Congress champion trainer Anthony Leier.

Boulder, Colo.—June 6, 2022 – Horse&Rider OnDemand+, your trusted source for Western horse-training videos, is launching a new yearling training series featuring multiple world and All American Quarter Horse Congress champion trainer Anthony Leier.

Anthony Leier is no stranger to the winner’s circle or to training young horses. He has had unparalleled success in the yearling longe line events. The preparedness of the young horses that come out of Leier’s yearling program enables them to move on seamlessly into the under saddle events. He currently owns and operates Leier Performance Horses in Gordonville, Texas. 

Anyone working with a foal, weanling, yearling, or previously untouched horse can benefit from Leier’s new training video series on Horse&Rider OnDemand+. Over the course of the series, he covers important topics like:

  1. Introduction to Weanlings and Yearlings
  2. Preparing a Maiden Mare
  3. Halter Breaking and Weaning
  4. Types of Halters to Use on Foals
  5. Teaching a Yearling to Tie and more!

Horse&Rider OnDemand+ now offers even more content to help you reach all your riding and horsemanship goals. For just $24.99 a month, members can look forward to weekly video releases from the industry’s top Western professionals in several disciplines. Subscribe now by visiting

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