Ask Our Expert - Pete Kyle

Pete KyleNational Reining Horse Association champion and United States Equestrian Team medalist Pete Kyle trains out of his Whitesboro, Texas, facility. Kyle is on the United States Equestrian Federation Reining Committee, and currently serves on the board of directors for the American Quarter Horse Association and National Reining Breeders Classic. The trainer and his wife, Tamra, stand reining champion Einsteins Revolution at Kyle Ranch.  Recently, Kyle captured the freestyle championship at the Kentucky Reining Cup in Louisville, Kentucky.

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5 Common Mistakes

Mike KevilThe majority of people make the same kinds of training errors when starting a colt. Find out how to recognize and avoid these costly mistakes.

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Ask Our Expert - Michael Richardson

Michael RichardsonMichael Richardson has devoted his life to helping others achieve success with their horses. He and his wife, Tiffany, run a training facility in Hico, Texas, and travel to clinics and horse expos helping others better understand their horses.

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Ask Our Expert - Richard Winters

Richard WintersRichard Winters lives in Ojai, California, with his wife, Cheryl. They conduct horsemanship clinics throughout the country and operate their horsemanship program at the Thacher School, a private boarding school in Ojai. Winters won the 2009 Road to the Horse challenge, and is featured in the October article, "Higher-Level Horsemanship," on page 68.

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Helpful Hobbles

Helpful HobblesThere are three basic types of restraint that can be effective during an emergency: location restraint, physical restraint and chemical restraint. In this article, Colorado veterinarian Ruth Sorensen discusses hobbling, a form of physical restraint that helps a handler control a horse in an emergency.

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