Build a workout program for your finished horse that will keep him in top condition.
Molly Powell explains how to overcome a losing streak and the importance of getting on a good horse to do so.
Molly explains how a good farrier plays a key role in the success of barrel racing horses.
A good relationship with your veterinarian will keep your horse at the top of his game in the arena.
Learn how to tell the difference between an unsound horse and an unbroke horse.
How often are you having your horse examined vet a lameness vet?
Molly Powell explains what stomach ulcers are and the easiest ways to prevent them.
Molly Powell breaks down the difference in rodeo horses and barrel racing horses.
Molly Powell breaks down curb straps and their function.
Listen in as Molly Powell breaks down her bit line and how each one can be paired with a specific type of horse.
Select the type of mouthpiece that works for your riding style and comfortable for your horse.
Walk through different bit side pieces with Molly Powell to see which one will work best for your horse.
Molly Powell explains various reasons horses hit barrels and how to fix it.
Break your horse's habit of going past the first barrel with help from Molly Powell.
Learn how to help your horse through the turns with help from Molly Powell.
Molly Powell breaks down the points of a turn around a barrel.
Does your horse blow out of his turn when he leaves a barrel? Molly can help.
Learn how to teach your horse to rate barrels.
Your horse must understand how to collect up and rate to effectively turn the barrels.
Molly Powell covers the principles of barrel racing. If you're new to the sport, this lesson will guide you through the fundamentals and how to achieve them during a run.
Learn how to cue your barrel horse with body language rather than your hands.
Using subtle cues on your barrel horse will allow you to communicate more effectively through the pattern.
Molly Powell breaks down the importance of keeping your horse’s hip beneath him and how to achieve this.
Learn why riding your horse around with one hand will help him become more confident in the barrel racing arena.