Oliver Saddlery cuts split reins using a machine that’s been in the business for decades.
We all know that unpleasant, acrid smell of ammonia when we walk into the barn. Even as we’re mucking the stalls, we can feel it burn our nostrils and sting our eyes. Though it may seem just an obnoxious odor, ongoing exposure to noxious ammonia results in health problems.
Craftsman Warren Wright creates saddletrees for makers across the American West from his workshop in New Zealand.
Horseman Kevin Meyer of Mantz Quarter Horses shows how he uses a groundwork exercise to warm up his horses before riding.
According to super puncher Dale Brisby, the most cowboy thing someone can do in the rodeo arena is not ride bull, not fight a bull, not ride a bronc, rope a steer, or tie a calf — it’s pickin’ up!
When it comes to your cinch, you want one that is safe, durable and comfortable for your horse. You want your horse to be protected against chafing or pinching, and you want your saddle to remain securely in place.