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Cattle Events

In the fifth episode of The Horse Illustrated Episode of Horses in the Morning, sponsored by Title Sponsor Straight Arrow Products, hosts Glenn the Geek and Sarah Evers Conrad talk to breakaway roping superstar Jackie Hobbs-Crawford about her illustrious...
Along the short end of the arena sits an enclosed play area filled with toys, a small trampoline, Tonka tractors and trucks. For any parent who rides horses, it’s a dream space to let kids play while still being...
Reins are the key to communicating with your horse from the saddle. Used to cue and control direction and speed, the right set of reins can make the difference between a good ride and a disaster. American Quarter Horse...
Try it once. Cattle work can be addictive. Once you’ve learned how to quietly ride into a herd and you trust your horse to listen to your commands, as introduced in "Introducing Your Horse to Cattle" in the August...
If you haven’t worked cattle before, you may envision the fast moves seen in the movies, like stunt doubles galloping to chase a steer separated from the herd. While the fast-paced rides can be fun, introducing your horse to...
The Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) hosted the 2019 World Championship Appaloosa Show at Will Rogers Memorial Center, where nearly 600 of the best horses in the breed were in attendance. This marked 30 consecutive years that the prestigious event...
Preliminary competition is now complete in all ten disciplines at the Thoroughbred Makeover and National Symposium, presented by Thoroughbred Charities of America. The Kentucky Horse Park saw plenty of action on Thursday, October 3, as barrel racing, dressage, eventing,...
It’s a challenging dance, but cutting is a fun, fast-paced event that not only excites horse and rider, but also fires up a crowd of spectators.Dashing from side to side, Sidney Kahla’s gray gelding athletically keeps the black cow...
Spectators at a Southern California Reined Cow Horse Association show back in May of 2015 witnessed a pretty incredible sight: A well-trained horse working a cow without a rider. The 8-year-old mare, Shine Di Light, parted company with her rider,...
Q: My horse spooks every time he sees a rope when we’re trying to catch cattle. Do you have any pointers? A: Many horses will accept an object as long as it’s at their eye level or below. But...
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