Learn what tack and gear you need for a versatility ranch horse competition.
Bud Lyon demonstrates how to make sure your young horse understands pressure and release.
Winston Hansma breaks down why constant contact with the reins when cuing will help to prepare a young horse.
Sometimes you have to get firm with your horse to set boundaries with him. Natural horsemanship instructor Monique Potts explains.
Brad Barkemeyer shares a drill he uses to help desensitize his roping horses to the sound of the chute.
Learn how to help your horse through the turns with help from Molly Powell.
Natural horsemanship instructor Monique Potts explains how to lead your horse.
Cody Crow describes the classes in a Versatility Ranch Horse Event.
Winston Hansma describes how to use the horse’s basic instincts when training a cutting horse.
Brad Barkemeyer breaks down how to get your horse to leave the roping box on the correct lead.
Molly Powell breaks down the points of a turn around a barrel.
Bud Lyon explains how to transition young horses from a side pull or hackamore to a smooth snaffle bit.
Brad Barkemeyer breaks down how he introduces box work to new horses.
Bud Lyon explains how to transition your young horse to a training hackamore.
Learn how to read your horse's body language when you're on the ground.
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.
Teach your young horse how to lope with help from Bud Lyon.
Your horse must understand how to collect up and rate to effectively turn the barrels.
Teaching your horse how to move forward may sound easier than what it actually is. Bud Lyon explains and demonstrates how to teach a young horse to move forward.
Brad Barkemeyer works with a rider who is new to the working cow horse. Before working with cattle, Brad teaches his rider how to properly work the flag.
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.
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.
Depending on where you put your body when working with your horse will cause a different reaction.
Use groundwork to let your horse get comfortable with moving around and carrying his body.