Horseman Mike Major uses obstacles to teach his horses to pick up their feet while staying between the reins.
Collaborating with top performance horsemen gives Tom Balding an edge in the bit- and spur-making industry.
When you’re a magnet for young, easily stressed, lonely horses, you learn to appreciate silence. There’s an old saying…
Prepare a young horse for saddling and having its feet handled with Rudy Lara’s progressive rope drills.
XpertEquine™ now offers a game-changing solution to help your horse get the rest he needs, when he needs it, with the new, patent-pending REM Restorative Equine Mask.
You’ve got to have a balance in life. For WCRA athlete Kaleb Summers, it’s a balance between rodeo, hunting and professional noodling.
Riding with other horsemen is a great opportunity to improve—as long as you set your mind to learning mode.…
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.
Ten-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo team roper Charly Crawford declared last December’s 2020 NFR his “Last Dance.” He’d burned up the rodeo road long enough, and with the impending expansion of his family felt it was time to shift gears and priorities, which translated into team roping semiretirement. Crawford’s life has been a rodeo-slanted “Dancing With the Stars” sequel, starting with his cowgirl rock-star wife, Jackie, who just delivered a beautiful baby girl they named Journey in March.