Shoe for Rough Ground Part II
Hawaii-based farrier Ted Shanks offers these tips for keeping your horse’s hooves healthy on rough ground.
Always a Hay Day
A New York-based company has cut Mother Nature out of the backside of the haying process with a unique cutting, collecting and drying system. The result: nutrient-dense hay available all year long, no matter what goes on outside.
Preparation is key when it comes to successfully starting a colt. In this article, California clinician Richard Winters, winner of the 2008 Road to the Horse colt-starting challenge, explains how to direct your colt to his full potential without pushing him over the edge.
Johnson Ranches Win Texas Ranch Round Up
Johnson Ranches claimed its first championship at the Texas Ranch Roundup, held August 14–15 in Wichita Falls, Texas. The 29th annual ranch rodeo and Western celebration features 10 of the most renown ranches in the Lone Star state, including the JA, Pitchfork, R.A. Brown, Spade, Tongue River and Waggoner.
There is a recurring condition in the life of the cowboy when bravado, belligerence and bent judgment overcomes the normal human self-protective instinct.