The great bay stallion carried on the great cutting horse sire tradition started by his father, Poco Bueno.
As barefoot horses become more active in warmer months, it is important to consider the impact of different terrains on a horse’s hooves. ...
Twisted X committed to donating $1 million in footwear to the Hurricane Harvey victims. But the need was greater than the company realized, so they’ve recently committed to $2 million in boots and shoes.
This simple drill teaches your horse to guide without rein or leg aids.
Corey Cushing says a horse’s hindquarters should power the entire equine vehicle.
More than simply a matter of dropping the lead rope and expecting a horse to stand still, horsesman Chris Cox says that ground-tying is the culmination of a solid ground-work program that teaches a horse respect.
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