In 2011, cases of EHV-1, or equine herpesvirus-1, were rampant following two large events held in Utah. This May, several confirmed cases of EHV-1 have surfaced in Mississippi, Colorado, Tennessee and Kentucky.
Ask Our Expert - Bryan Neubert
Bryan Neubert grew up riding horses on his family’s ranch outside of Salinas, California, and also spent 20 years cowboying and starting horses on large outfits in Nevada and California. Neubert was influenced by the great horsemen Ray Hunt and Tom Dorrance, and his training philosophy emphasizes recognizing opportunities to help a horse learn and presenting lessons in a way a horse understands.
Old is New Again
With the Western Dressage Association of America, Jack Brainard is incorporating age-old methods to reshape the way Western riders approach training.
My Journey to Road to the Horse 2012
Practicing with an untouched 5-year-old
Sometimes things in life can come out of nowhere. Last April, I had one of those moments. Walking in from teaching a clinic near Edmonton, Alberta, my wife Angie informed me that Tootie Bland had called and I was to call her back. I knew exactly who she was and didn’t hesitate to pick up the phone.
My Journey to Road to the Horse 2012 - Day 2
The next day was another big day, where we needed to get riding and see how much preparation we could do for the obstacle course section of the competition in the same amount of time as the previous day.