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.
Learn how you can practice your skills in the show pen without over practicing your horse.
Teach your horse how to back through an L obstacle for a ranch trail class.
Loading a difficult horse is not only frustrating, but it can be dangerous. Learn how to safely load a horse when they are being difficult.
Learn how to start a young horse on live cattle, one step at a time.
Before he gets started with his lessons for the day, Brad goes over what kind of tack and gear he has on his horse.
Your ride might feel different than it looked to the judges, so don’t get discouraged!
Cody Crow breaks down the difference between a forehand turn and a spin and to cue your horse for each maneuver.
Winston demonstrates how to use basic turns when working with a young horse.
Learn how to settle your horse before and after trailering them.
Select the type of mouthpiece that works for your riding style and comfortable for your horse.
Learn how to work with a finished horse to ensure he’s mentally and physically prepared to show.
Before you start practicing versatility ranch horse events, make sure your horse knows basic riding fundamentals like how to back up.
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.
Hall of fame cutter Winston Hansma explains why you should work your cutting horse on a loose rein.
Monique Potts shows you how to load a difficult horse with two people.
Molly Powell explains various reasons horses hit barrels and how to fix it.
Brad Barkemeyer shares his technique for quieting a horse that gets antsy in the box.
Cody Crow goes over some of the riding fundamentals your horse should know before competing in ranch versatility competition.
Winston Hansma breaks down the basics of cutting.
Bud Lyon talks you through a reining pattern.
Natural horsemanship instructor Monique Potts explains the importance of understanding your horse's ears and expression to help better understand how he's feeling.