Mix it up by using one cow to practice herd work at home.
In this video, Brad shows you some drills you can incorporate into your training program at home to help your horse improve circling a cow.
Winston explains how dry work for the flag is similar to dry work to prepare for working cattle.
Molly Powell explains what stomach ulcers are and the easiest ways to prevent them.
Bud Lyon demonstrates the safest and most effective way to get on your young horse for the first time.
Learn how to introduce a nervous horse to a tarp to help desensitize him for obstacles he'll come across on a trail.
Brad explains why you should include circling practice into your at-home training routine with cattle.
Learn about some of the different saddle pads Ryan Rushing has in his barn and why he uses them on his horses.
Winston breaks down the conformation of a cutting horse.
Once your horse is familiar with the log, it's time to let the rope touch his hip so he can feel the pressure of the log attached to the rope.
Brad Barkemeyer goes over the basics of schooling a horse on a cow at home and how it differs from preparing to show.
Bud Lyons explains how to focus on short-term goals and riding the horse you have in the show pen.
Learn how Brad Barkemeyer prepares his horse for a training session at home.
Winston Hansma explains how pedigree can impact trainability for cutting horses.
Listen in as Molly Powell breaks down her bit line and how each one can be paired with a specific type of horse.
Ryan Rushing shows you how he likes to wrap his horse's back legs.
Teach your horse how to back through an L obstacle for a ranch trail class.
Learn how you can practice your skills in the show pen without over practicing your horse.
Before he gets started with his lessons for the day, Brad goes over what kind of tack and gear he has on his horse.
Learn how to start a young horse on live cattle, one step at a time.
Learn how to work with a finished horse to ensure he’s mentally and physically prepared to show.
See Monique’s strategy for safely loading a horse when you’re by yourself.
Walk through different bit side pieces with Molly Powell to see which one will work best for your horse.
Before you start practicing versatility ranch horse events, make sure your horse knows basic riding fundamentals like how to back up.