Ranch work is your livelihood. You work hard and take care of the land. You invest in the tradition that those who came before you established. You work livestock to support your family and for future generations. You are a vital part of economies and rural development around the world!
Rather than pulling and kicking to get a horse to stop and roll back through a turn, California cow horse trainer Clayton Edsall utilizes a simple drill that uses the fence to sharpen his horses’ movement.
Two top competitors — one a roper, one a cow horse competitor — have found that their friendship has also improved their horsemanship.