The scene of a cowboss catching horses at daylight has epitomized life on the wagon for more than 100 years.
In March 2021, Road to the Horse made a strong comeback and gave fans an entertaining experience centered on competition and sound horsemanship.
Respected ranchers and breeders throughout the United States rank the best bloodlines used in today’s working ranch remudas.
Using hobbles goes beyond keeping horses from wandering off when no hitching rail, rigid fence or stout tree can be found. Horses learn to stay calm and collected whenever they get in a bind.
Ben Baldus offers three tips for getting ready to compete at a horse show. Ben Baldus constantly thinks ahead…
When John Scott moved to Montana, his vision for a ranch was as vast as the skies above him. Undeterred by harsh weather and wavering markets, John built one of the largest cow-calf operations and most reputable remudas in the state.
The Idaho horseman’s road to the championship includes plenty of twists and turns. Wade Black returned to Road to…
Mounted shooting champion Kenda Lenseigne explains how to insert two different types of earplugs into a horse’s ears to protect its hearing from the explosive sound of gunfire.
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.