If you’re riding an older horse, you might not need to ride him the way you did during his younger years.
Working a flag is a great way to simulate cow work without having to use live cattle. Brad Barkemeyer shows you how you can safely introduce your horse to working a flag to help him become more confident working cattle.
Learn a little more about herd work from world champion trainer Brad Barkemeyer.
Rate or speed control is essential for all horses, but especially reiners in their rundowns. Here’s why rate matters and how to maintain it.
There comes a time when you just need more horse. Use these tips to ensure that your upgrade will get you where you want to be.
Negativity in your riding will keep you from reaching your goals.
This often-overlooked concept can make or break your pattern work. Bonus: Use it to square-up your horse’s shoulders.
Bob Avila discusses the finer points of the finished rollback.
Use this exercise to improve your straightness for lead changes.
Read about my MVBs—most valuable bits—and why I wouldn’t walk into a tack room that didn’t have these options.
Are you an all-in risk-taker? Or a more conservative speculator? It matters when shopping for young horses.
Save yourself trouble and heartache by learning from the eight horse-buying mistakes I see buyers make all too often.