Ask Our Expert - Pat Parelli
Pat Parelli makes his living teaching horses and people the fundamentals of control and communication in horsemanship. At 14-years-old he started working with a horse trainer, and has been a leading clinician for more than 25 years.
Ask Our Expert - Dr. Robert M. Miller, DVM
Dr. Robert M. Miller, DVM, has contributed to Western Horseman magazine as a writer and cartoonist since 1949. In the January 2011 issue, “The Horsemanship Revolution” tells of the vital role Western Horseman played in spreading the word on natural horsemanship and imprint training, of which Dr. Miller was a leading pioneer.
Part 1 of a three-part series on restraint
Ask Our Expert - John McComber
John McComber has cowboyed and started colts in California, Colorado, Nevada and Wyoming. He lives in Winnemucca, Nevada, where he trains horses for the public. He also shows working cow horses. He bases much of his program on the premise that a proper horsemanship foundation must be based on knowledge and understanding of the horse’s anatomy. The December 2010 issue of Western Horseman includes John’s article, “5 Cow Horse Fundamentals.”
Ask Our Expert - Greg Eliel
A native Montanan, Greg Eliel got his start educating horse owners in the Dorrance traditions of horsemanship while traveling the clinic circuit with Buck Brannaman. After several years working for Buck, Greg ventured out on his own, conducting clinics throughout North America.