Once your ranch trail horse is comfortable loping over one log, it's time to bring out multiple logs.
Learn the proper distances your logs should be when practicing ranch trail.
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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.
Cody Crow shows you the different ways you might drag a log when you're competing in the ranch trail.
Learn how to properly handle a rope for ranch versatility events with help from Cody Crow.
Teach your horse how to back through an L obstacle for a ranch trail class.
Before you start practicing versatility ranch horse events, make sure your horse knows basic riding fundamentals like how to back up.
Cody Crow goes over some of the riding fundamentals your horse should know before competing in ranch versatility competition.
Here's what Cody Crow looks for in a versatility ranch horse prospect.
Learn what tack and gear you need for a versatility ranch horse competition.
Cody Crow describes the classes in a Versatility Ranch Horse Event.
Learn how to move the different parts of your horse's body around to help prepare you for ranch versatility events.
Watch Bud Lyon demonstrate the riding positions for extended gaits in the ranch riding.
Master the ranch riding spin to lope off with help from Bud Lyon.
Listen to this episode of The Ride with Bud Lyon.
Bud Lyon performs ranch riding pattern 12, so you can be prepared to do the pattern yourself.
Bud Lyon breaks down the differences between ranch riding and reining horses, and what he looks for in a prospect.
Riding multiple horses? Adapt your riding style to fit their needs.
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Does your reiner know how to sidepass?
You’ve introduced your horse to the left-hand gate, now it’s time for the right-hand gate.
Is your horse comfortable working a gate? Here’s how to introduce them to it.