Ask Our Expert - Casey Deary

Casey DearyAn accomplished reining horse trainer from Weatherford, Texas, Casey Deary competes in the National Reining Horse Association, and has accumulated more than $250,000 in winnings. Deary works with youth and amateur clients to successfully work with their horses, not only in competition, but every time they ride.

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Ask Our Expert - Randy Rieman

Randy RiemanRandy Rieman lives and works outside of Dillon, Montana, with his wife, Kim. They run Pioneer Mountain Ranch, a horsemanship destination school where he starts and trains horses, and teaches all aspects of horsemanship.

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Ask Our Expert - Jon Ensign

Jon EnsignHorseman Jon Ensign's techniques are drawn from Ray Hunt, Martin Black and Buck Brannaman. He uses these techniques to educate in clinics around North America, and to work with horses at his facility in Belgrade, Montana. In the July issue of Western Horseman, Ensign discusses ways to gentle your horse, minimizing injury to both horse and rider. Here, Ensign answers reader-submitted questions on crossing water, riding in spurs and suppleness.

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Ask Our Expert - Aaron Ralston

Aaron RalstonColorado horseman Aaron Ralston grew up in the ranching world in which horses are part of everyday life. It wasn't until later that he began training and showing reiners and working cow horses. He was part of Team USA at the World Equestrian Games in 2006, in Germany, where he won an individual bronze and helped the team earn a gold medal riding Smart Paul Olena, a stallion owned by Ralston and his wife, Meg.

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Ask Our Expert - Don Murphy

Don MurphyDon Murphy has trained and shown reining and cow horses since the early 1960s. A few of his winning mounts include Sparking Train, RS Lily Starlight and Bald N Shiney. He lives in Marietta, Oklahoma, and continues to train and travel the country sharing his knowledge with young trainers at clinics and shows.

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