Learn how to cue your horse for the turnaround.
The first few steps of the turn are the most important.
Brad Barkemeyer shows you the beginning steps to teaching your horse how to turn around.
Learn a little more about herd work from world champion trainer Brad Barkemeyer.
Today kicks off day ONE of the 12 Days of Horse&Rider OnDemand.
See if you're adjusting your snaffle bit properly.
The Arizona Fall Championship is bigger and better than ever. Here’s what you should know about the event.
Brad Barkemeyer explains cow horse bit progression.
In this final video of the series, Brad Barkemeyer explains the spade bit.
Brad Barkemeyer explains romal reins in this week’s bit progression video.
Brad Barkemeyer goes over the next step of cow horse bit progression and covers the two rein this week.
The next video in this series covers the shank bit, and when to introduce it into your riding routine.
Get to know the editors of Horse&Rider and co-hosts of The Ride podcast in this unique episode of The Ride.
Struggle with lead departures? Brad Barkemeyer is here to help.
Whether you’re a beginner at fencework or need to school a chargey cow horse, this exercise from NRCHA professional Brad Barkemeyer is safe and efficient.
Knowing where your markers are within a pattern is extremely important. Brad Barkemeyer breaks down how you can practice this at home.
The key to training a good cow horse—or a good horse in general—is consistency.
Does your horse need more practice on cattle? Brad Barkemeyer demonstrates the exercise he uses on all of his horses.
New to working cattle? Here’s a drill Brad Barkemeyer likes to do to help you learn how to read cattle.
Once a rider is comfortable with having a cow present in the arena, it’s time to start working it.
The next step when introducing a rider to the working cow horse is having them work a pattern with cattle present.
Once a rider is comfortable working the flag, it’s time to practice working an imaginary cow.