Keep up to date on horse events, sales and other happenings that have been affected by coronavirus disease.
The horse industry has taken a hard hit by the widespread effects of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). From the cancellations of world championships to horse sales going virtual, individuals and companies large and small are adapting to these uncertain times.
Western Horseman has compiled a list of resources horse owners and enthusiasts can use to stay up to date on horse-related developments. This resource will be updated as often as possible, so stay tuned. Don’t see an event? Please email [email protected].
Now is the time to lend a helping hand to others (but from a safe distance!). Fortunately folks in the horse industry are generous, compassionate and know a thing or two about beating the odds. We’re in this together, and Western Horseman wants to help see it through.
Western Cultural Events
A number of Western art shows and sales have been canceled, but works are still available via websites.
Find a list of of Western art events to stay updated on dates and how to purchase art.
Western museums and art galleries are slowly reopening their doors to the public as states begin to lift shut-down restrictions.
Virtual Horse Events
A local ranch horse “isolation show” combines an out-of-the-box approach that keeps exhibitors safe.
Find a cyber horse event, such as a clinic or horse show, to continue working with your horse during shelter-at-home ordinances.
Stock Horse of Texas and Carter Ranch Horse offer the Plan 4 Progress Challenge for riders at home with their horses during COVID-19 social distancing.
Western Horseman has rounded up a list of horse sales folks in the industry may be wondering about considering the recent coronavirus updates.
The spring horse sale in Wyoming brought big bucks in spite of the coronavirus.
Horsemen at Home
Horseman Jonathan Field shares what he’s reading when he’s not horseback.
Kevil shares how riders should use their hands to avoid making a tough-mouthed horse.
Horseman Al Dunning spends time grooming his horses and deep cleaning tack.
Mike Major uses a rope to teach a horse to give to pressure and lead with a halter.
Click here for more Horsemen at Home videos.