Horseman Jake Telford rides a four-wheeler to teach the correct rate and turn positions.
Bitmaker Jim Edwards explains how two of his most popular bits work and why horses respond well to them.
Catching a hind leg to start a green horse horse teaches it to yield to pressure, and keeps colt starters safe if done correctly.
Horseman Kevin Meyer of Mantz Quarter Horses shows how he uses a groundwork exercise to warm up his horses before riding.
Horseman Al Dunning spends time at his Almost Ranch grooming his horses and deep cleaning tack and equipment.
Many horse people have similar trigger smells that take us back to a happy memory, like fly spray, gas station coffee or fresh shavings.