Bryan Neubert’s leading lessons teach responsiveness.
This week we celebrate the time-honored oral traditions of cowboy poets from past and present.
A fourth-generation horse trainer, Sean Johnson was a successful three-day eventing rider as a teenager but always had a fascination with reining. Under the tutelage of his mother, Lee Troup, he was on the long list for the 2000 Olympic Games. Two years later, he began...
For decades, cowboys have lived by an unwritten code of ethics.
With the arrival of warmer weather and green grass, cow-calf operations gear up for branding season.
Jon Ensign lives in Belgrade, Montana, not far from where he grew up. Working on local ranches has greatly influenced his training style. He also credits mentors such as Roland Moore, Buck Brannaman, Jeff Griffith, Martin Black and Ray Hunt.