This episode of The Ride brings you an interview with Alex Bauwens.
Don’t let your spin put you in the penalty box. Use my techniques to teach your horse how to properly start and stop a spin.
This episode of The Ride brings you a profile on social-media sensation Alex Bauwens!
To conclude this series Bud Lyon gives an overall evaluation.
Continue to evaluate your horse’s reining skills as Bud Lyon evaluates a new horse’s sliding stop.
Gain the confidence that comes from knowing your horse will stop in response to your voice and weight alone. Clinician Sandy Collier explains how.
Now that you’ve tested your new horse for ranch riding, you can evaluate your new horse as a reining candidate.
A one-rein stop is a useful tool to have in an emergency. Warwick Schiller shows you how to achieve a better one-rein stop.
This episode of The Ride brings you a profile on Carol Metcalf.
With so many tough maneuvers packed into one pattern, it’s easy to forget the importance of schooling your rollback at home.
Bought a new horse? Here’s how to assess his skill level.
Does your horse like to ignore your stopping cue when you’re turning him around? Bud Lyon has a fix.
Master precise transitions and you’ll become a more confident, effective rider.
Don’t let your horse change directions just because he changes leads. Use this drill to keep your horse straight after a lead change.
Brad Barkemeyer shows you how to use your leg, rein, and voice to properly cue your horse to spin.
Episode four of The Ride brings you a profile on Bad-Boy John Hoyt.
Continue watching how to prevent scotching.
Learn how to successfully train and maintain a flying lead change.
Bud Lyon explains what scotching is and how to prevent it.
Whether Alex Bauwens is shooting arrows off the back of a horse or sliding to a stop, she’s documenting it on social media to connect with like-minded riders.
Know where you are in the arena at all times.
Use the square corners drill to improve your ranch riding square corners.
Use this straight-line-to-circle exercise to plus-point your reinerʼs fast-to-slow speed transitions. World champion trainer Clint Haverty shows you how.