Watch this video to learn about lopers and how they play a key role in a cutting horse's career.
Great stallions launch their careers in the show pen and create new generations in the breeding shed, but it’s up to their get to fashion truly remarkable sires into legends.
Using a martingale in the practice pen can set you and your horse up for success in the show pen.
RL Chartier shows his favorite bridles and explains why he uses them on particular horses.
Winston explains how dry work for the flag is similar to dry work to prepare for working cattle.
Learn how to use the flag to work straight lines to prepare for the show pen.
Winston breaks down the conformation of a cutting horse.
Winston Hansma explains how pedigree can impact trainability for cutting horses.
Winston demonstrates how to use basic turns when working with a young horse.
Hall of fame cutter Winston Hansma explains why you should work your cutting horse on a loose rein.
Winston Hansma breaks down the basics of cutting.
New to the sport of cutting? Watch legendary horseman Winston Hansma demonstrate working a cow.
Winston Hansma describes how to use the horse’s basic instincts when training a cutting horse.
If a horse comes through the turn with his shoulder first, then usually he hasn't drawn back over his hocks to create an efficient turn.
Position on the cow can be a challenging thing to learn. Watch as Winston breaks down how to achieve and maintain position while in the practice pen.
Learn about what goes into making a cutting horse.
In this month’s Inspired Rider column, Bob Welch talks about cutting legend Marions Girl.