NCHA Open Hall of Fame cutting horse trainer Cara Brewer talks about why the only place you want to beat a cow to is the stop. She explains how this is part of the control your horse has over the cow and why it’s so important in cutting.

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About Cara Brewer

Cara Brewer’s career as a professional horse trainer was jumpstarted by winning the NCHA Super Stakes aboard Playin Tag (Playgun x Peppys Rey Jay) in 2004. Since then, Brewer has made her mark on the cutting industry, with lifetime earnings in excess of $1,654,042 and a seat in the NCHA Hall of Fame. Together with her husband, she owns and operates a training facility along with a ranching operation in Jay, Oklahoma. Brewer specializes in training, lessons, and sales for all levels of horses and caters to all types of amateurs and non pros.

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