The working lope is a forward-moving lope with nice contact. Next is the lengthened lope where you want your horse lengthens his stride while keeping the same mouth contact.
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Ranch riding events were originally created to help showcase the versatility, attitude, and movement of a working ranch horse. Now that it has become one of the largest events offered by breed association horse shows. We see many horses that compete in events like reining or working cow horse transition over to ranch riding. Horse&Rider works with ranch riding world champion riders Bud Lyon and Cody Crow who help you perfect your ranch riding horsemanship and improve your performance in the arena.
National Cutting Horse Association Hall of Fame riders Winston Hansma and R.L. Chartier demonstrates the fundamentals you need to have before ever putting your horse on a cow. They additionally explain the importance of including dry work into your daily riding routine. They’ll then show you how to work your horse on live cattle and go over the tack and gear you need to have to compete in this event.
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